A Private Investigator can assist in a variety of situations. For example, we can help gather the evidence you need in matrimonial investigations, fraud investigations, due diligence and background checks, and tracing missing people. These are just some of the areas in which Anderson Chance Private Investigators work.
All our investigators operate in a discreet, professional and sympathetic manner. We treat all our clients’ cases, and our clients’ identities, with the utmost discretion. We are always happy to sign a Non Disclosure Agreement.
Here at Anderson Chance we do not charge for a telephone consultation or a review of a case. If you need help or want to find out more about our services, please call us on 0800 915 64 54 to discuss. Or if you prefer, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply as soon as possible.
No. All our investigations are carried out in an entirely secure and discreet fashion. Whoever you wish to gather information about will be unaware of any investigation. This also applies to our surveillance operations. We employ a range of technologies and facilities which enable us to remain covert at all times.
We are Private Investigators based in London, but we operate throughout the UK and Worldwide. Please feel free to contact one of our detectives to discuss your requirements.
All our investigations are tailored to our clients’ needs. Please contact one of our Investigators who will advise you further.
Anderson Chance work for Solicitors and Barristers. If required, we will be able to recommend a suitable legal expert for your case.
We have one of the most successful Trace Departments in the UK. We trace individuals in London, the UK, Europe and Worldwide. Please contact one of our detectives to discuss your case.
In general, the more information you can give, the better. A full name, date of birth and any known previous addresses are helpful. Our investigators are experts in researching a person’s location and movements. We also have operatives who are experienced in genealogical research.
We can provide photographic evidence when it is possible and appropriate to do so. We can also provide timed and detailed logs of a subject’s movements over an agreed period of time.