We have a golden rule in our company: anyone who recommended our company gets 10% of the cheque. Not only of the first check, but of the all further ones. We have considerable checks, and our clients usually use our services on a long-term basis. For you it means an additional source of passive income – one-time effort will bring regular money to your account.
We provide services on the highest level, and you’ll never be ashamed before the client for your recommendation. On the contrary, your authority will grow and get stronger.
Many of the services rendered by us are unique. In the market there are no companies that can do the same at an adequate level.
It’s easy and pleasant to work with us. We take your hints, and you don’t have to repeat anything twice to us. Adequacy and easiness while working even on the most difficult and complicated projects are our signature.
Our mutual agreements and the secrets of our clients will remain between us only. We can keep secrets.
We’ll never take your client. You shouldn’t worry about that. You have your own business, we have ours, and we keep away from your domain. We collaborate on joint projects and strive to improve your authority. In our market there’s almost no competition, and poaching is not only immoral, but it’s useless.
And now we suggest you to read feedback from the most prominent representatives of each profession. For obvious reason we can’t specify their names, jobs, ranks and positons. However each professional will recognise his or her colleague by the writing style of the feedback. We welcome new partners.
The customer database of Legion Detective Agency consists mainly of permanent customers. They are the backbone of our company. So why do the professionals of the market recommend us to their customers all the time?read more
Fellow journalists, especially television broadcasters, we so often need people to interview on the record. How often do you find yourself in a jam trying to schedule an interview with a lawyer, a cop, or even someone involved in the crime, just to get stood up at the last minute because one is suddenly busy, the other backs out, and the third has disappeared completely?
Detective agencies and private detectives
After retirement I was immediately offered the chief of security position at a medium sized bank. I sat there a little less than a year before realizing - this isn’t for me! I can’t wear out the seat of my pants just pushing buttons on my computer. The truth is, I can't live without fieldwork, like a pilot can't live without getting up in the air. Investigations are my life. No matter how good a salary is, money is not the main thing, the main thing is to do in life what the Lord has laid out for you. So I put in my paperwork and struck out on my own, deciding to open up my own detective agency. I’d kept my connections with key authorities, and I considered myself still capable of many things. So after I got the private detective license, I started working. But everything turned out to be not so simple. In short, to do this, it's not enough to be a good detective.
These detectives were brought to the office by the chief. He got a recommendation from friends during some banya-football ‘event’. I have to admit: I wasn’t happy that they showed up. I went to the boss and asked directly - am I worse than they are? He explained to me, and I agreed, that we have to divide up our tasks. Detectives do their work, and we do ours. There is a distinction between us, and it’s best for all of us to stay in our own lanes. I am the head of a Security Service, I am knee-deep in questions about safety, video surveillance, alarm protocol, fire hazards, and personnel inspection. I am personally responsible for the safety of our enterprise.read more
We all have our own special cases, which interest us more than others. We don’t work the same on these cases as we normally do; we are quicker and operate at a higher level. Because here there is some personal interest. There is something here that you can break through, or someone you can expose, so you work alongside your colleagues, gather evidence, and act in a familiar structure. If you act officially, it's long and hard. You are met with resistance at every step, and every request you make becomes a big deal. People find out about it, then pretty soon they figure out what it is you’re up to and what you have your eyes on. Before you know it they swoop in and steal your prey. To avoid this you can try to only interact with, and rely on, the people you trust and have established relationships with, but usually these special investigations are broad and you need resources normally unavailable to you.read more
The realities of our profession today are such that in defending the interests of both victims and perpetrators, we often have to not only perform the normal functions of our office, but we have to act in the capacity of an entire operative investigation team. After all, detectives and investigators are prone to concern themselves with the version of a case that is most convenient to them, in terms of saving time, advancing prospects for their careers, and lining their pockets. The information they come upon that does not fit in to the plot they’ve settled on is brushed off like an annoying fly.read more