Have you been thinking about taking a big chance and potentially purchasing a new business, merging with a company, or hiring a new employee? If so, a due diligence investigation might be something you want to consider. Below are some of the steps involved in the due diligence process.
Narrowing down what your goals are will help you pinpoint what to look for. If you are thinking about buying a company, merging with another business, selling your business, or hiring a new employee, you might want to do more than just a standard background check.
A thorough inspection of a company’s financial documents or a person’s employment history can uncover information that wasn’t brought to light voluntarily or initially. The due diligence process takes a more in-depth look into a company’s or person’s history. And doing this up front can save you from disaster later.
At Jager Investigations, we perform comprehensive background checks to ensure that all information is correct. Our highly skilled investigators are trained to know what to look for when going through the due diligence process.
After we have reviewed the information, we will perform surveillance in-line with laws. If surveillance is required, we will watch the individual in question in a public place. We use three types of surveillance to help us find what we need during the due diligence process: manned, unmanned, and special investigation unit.
Once we have gathered all the necessary information, we will present our findings. Any unethical business dealings that we manage to uncover will be documented, as well as any improper records in a person’s employment history.
We have been in the investigation industry for over 27 years. Our investigators have the necessary skills to turn over every stone when they are on a mission to uncover the truth. We pride ourselves on providing quality investigations, prompt turnaround times, and personalized customer service.
If you’ve been thinking about a due diligence investigation, contact us today to get a free quote. Our investigators will help ease your worries by providing you with the evidence you need.