Imagine the scene: it’s late on a Saturday night; you are leaving a bar with a group of friends. You’ve had a couple of gin and tonics and a few glasses of wine. You walk to a taxi rank with your friends, and as you do so, you witness a woman being mugged. … Continue reading The London Private Investigator writes: In Vino Veritas…?
The London Private Investigator writes: we’re raving about our reviews!
To our shame, we realise it’s been ages since we’ve updated this blog and all our followers on social media. So Dear Reader, apologies from the London Private Investigator. It’s been one of the busiest starts to the year here at Anderson Chance that we can remember. We’ve already successfully carried out more than 20 … Continue reading The London Private Investigator writes: we’re raving about our reviews!
Old v New – the London Private Investigator discusses Missing Person investigations
As Private Investigators, one of the most common requests we get, is to help locate a missing person. This can be for a variety of reasons – someone might want to find a birth parent, an old flame, an out of contact family member, an absentee landlord, or perhaps someone who owes them money. We … Continue reading Old v New – the London Private Investigator discusses Missing Person investigations
The London Private Investigator gets a Christmas card…
Well it is that time of year again. We’d like to say we are sitting in front of an open fire, a dog at our feet, listening to carols, the smell of something festive baking in the oven…but the reality, Dear Reader, is somewhat more prosaic. No, we are sitting at the kitchen table, listening … Continue reading The London Private Investigator gets a Christmas card…
Don’t get blue on Black Friday – the London Private Investigator advises…
Black Friday, once only seen in the USA, has recently become a UK staple in the run-up to Christmas. It’s now a time when major retailers slash their prices to lure in enthusiastic and sometimes unsuspecting shoppers. Think of it as the mother of all January Sales come early. Traditionally it’s the last Friday of … Continue reading Don’t get blue on Black Friday – the London Private Investigator advises…
THE London Private Investigator: This is Anderson Chance
No one thinks they will ever need a private investigator. We all know that at some stage in our lives we will may need a doctor, an estate agent, an insurance broker, a financial adviser, even a solicitor. But a private investigator? Why? No. Yet the services a good private investigator can benefit all of … Continue reading THE London Private Investigator: This is Anderson Chance
The London Private Investigator’s view: Judging by Appearance…
Picture the scene: you are in a bar, having a quiet drink. Three young men, straight from a business meeting, all well-presented and sharp-suited, are also enjoying a well-deserved tipple. A group of young women join them. The women have already had a few glasses, and are all wearing their Friday night going-out outfits – … Continue reading The London Private Investigator’s view: Judging by Appearance…
Listen to the experienced private investigator: Public Enemy Number One – your phone
How many times a day do you look at your mobile phone? How would you feel it it got lost or stolen? The mobile phone is now as much a part of our everyday lives as the car or the TV, For most of us, to be without it is unthinkable. Actually ringing someone on … Continue reading Listen to the experienced private investigator: Public Enemy Number One – your phone
Playing Private Detective – a handy guide
The internet is an incredible source of information. Now more than ever, information is easy, and in many cases free. to access. Our personal lives and personal information can be readily shared, whether through choice or not. With this increased accessibility, there often comes a temptation to play detective and do a bit of sleuthing … Continue reading Playing Private Detective – a handy guide
A London Private Investigator writes: The Archers – The jury’s out (but only 11 of them)
As avid listeners of The Archers, we are used to sniggering over Linda Snell’s unintended double entendres, or marvelling at the size of Bert Fry’s (insert vegetable of choice here) for the Flower and Produce Show. The omnibus edition of The Everyday Story of Country Folk has long been our Sunday escape from the seamier … Continue reading A London Private Investigator writes: The Archers – The jury’s out (but only 11 of them)