has a proven track record for handling and resolving cases successfully for our many clients. This has helped us to build and maintain relationships where we are the preferred private investigators for many attorneys, insurance companies, local businesses and private individuals across the Triad and beyond. As our business continues to grow, we hope to develop new clients and relationships based on professionalism and a sincere desire to help them when trouble arises.
Big box investigative agencies have taken over the market or so it seems. With high overhead and an ever changing assortment of "associate investigators" coming and going through their doors, it's no real surprise that their cost are sometimes astronomical and the service is less than you should expect. Black Book Investigations is local and wants to stay local. We don't accept every case that comes though our door. We want to offer exceptional service and actually help the client and if referring the work to someone else or advising the client to a different approach than an investigation then that is what we will do if it will help that client.
To make Black Book Investigations your preferred private investigator or to just have a candid conversation with regards to your investigative needs with a seasoned investigator, please contact us today. We will provide you with an honest assessment of your situation and if need be, can guarantee you a positive experience when you retain us. You can call our private investigator directly at (336) 251-3124 or submit our online contact form to tell us about your case and receive a free consultation.
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