Understandably, people often harbor misconceptions about the private investigator profession. The job has been popular fodder for movies for years, creating an unrealistic sense about how investigators behave and what we actually do. So when it comes time to pick up the phone and call an investigator, you might be imagining a smoky office with a guy in a fedora chomping on an unlit cigar. This couldn’t be farther from the truth.
When you call Inter-State, here’s what you’ll get – a friendly voice on the phone, asking how we can help. We will listen to your case, let you know if there is something we can do to help (or point you in the right direction if we can’t) and give you a quote for your case. That’s it. No clandestine meetings and manilla envelopes surreptitiously slipped between idling cars. Just friendly customer service available at your convenience.
You should never be embarrassed to call a private investigator. The nature of our work requires that we deal regularly with situations that would scandalize or embarrass the general public. Trust us, we’ve seen it before. If we were easily scandalized or prone to idle gossip, we’d be in the wrong profession. The fact of the matter is, we’re trained professionals.
The upshot of all this? If you think there’s a possibility that you could benefit from the services of a private investigator in Tucson, or across Arizona, give us a call.