Private investigator charging up to $ 5,000 reveals the most popular customer requests – and the shocking story that led her to this industry
- Private investigator has revealed the most popular cases for which she is hired
- Julia Hartley Moore, from New Zealand, has carried out many security assignments
- For 20 years she has been working for suspicious spouses, parents and bosses
A high-profile private investigator who charges up to $ 5,000 per customer has revealed the most popular cases for which she is hired – and the shocking story that has led her to this industry.
Julia Hartley Moore, from New Zealand, runs her own PI company where she has been the execution of surveillance assignments during the past two decades.
She said that the most common customer requests are infidelity, catfish, online romance and scams, and employers keep an eye on their employees.
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Highly profiled private investigator Julia Hartley Moore (photo) who charges up to $ 5,000 per customer, has revealed the most popular cases for which she is hired
‘The top of the list is unfaithful, so physical and financial unfaithfulness. So if someone can betray the person he loves physically, you have to realize that he can betray you financially, “Moore told The Morning Show.
‘Catfishing or scamming is very big [at the moment]. Then you have people as bosses who look at employees. “
She said the reasons why bosses hire detectives to spy on their employees vary.
‘Nowadays you have to look at where so many people work from home. And of course the boss wants to know “do they really work at home?” She explained.
Mrs. Moore said that in a case she has recently been working on, she was involved in a “top seller” whose boss was suspected after his sales dropped rapidly.
She explained that as part of his work for a timber company, he had to leave the office to visit other timber companies during the day.
“The sales figures were down, so that’s why we were called in,” she said.
“When we watched him, he never went to a timber company, but went to a meat packer and freezer bag places.
“And then he went to a butcher shop where he put on an apron and started serving customers. He delivered the rest of the day and then returned to his normal job. “
She said that the most common customer requests are infidelity, catfish, online romance and scams and employers keep an eye on their employees (stock image)
Mrs. Moore said it all started when she worked for a high-end department store.
“I unexpectedly caught a theft ring inside the house,” she said.
“Many very, very expensive items, small beautiful jewelry, were hidden in the person of the woman. And so many things left the store.
“Because when you left that place, it was like going through an airport, so the only way you could do it was like that.
“This led to me [become a private investigator]. “