PRIVATE EYES OF TEXAS

March of 2018 Edition

A Message from J.J.,

Chief Investigator Gradoni

January marks the start of our 30th year in business. We have billed out over $15,900,000 to our numerous satisfied clients since our inception. A week does not go by in which we achieve success for our clients that hire us to help solve the problems they are having with wayward spouses, employees who steal from them, locating and serving deadbeats, and assisting in the criminal defense of clients who of course are presumed innocent by our legal standards.

We recently hired Ray Shanklin of VizTV Media Services to overhaul our website and as a result of his excellent work & SEO skills we have garnered a number of new clients, many of which are out of state, asking for assistance with their problems. During the course of the revitalization of the website I looked at the websites of a number of our competitors. I noticed that almost none of our competitors provide any detail in their websites about the successes they achieve for their clients. We on the other hand are very proud of the successes we have on a weekly basis and want every prospective client to know that when they hire our team to help them they will get results.

Our motto “The truth matters” is something that we pursue diligently leaving ”no stone unturned to get the facts for our clients.”

Cases Reviewed In This Edition of The Newsletter

  • The Church Service
    David Nguyen a long time entrepreneurial client was involved in a lawsuit with a Middle Eastern doctor who was under indictment for Medicaid fraud. The company he had hired to serve process on the doctor had no success since the doctor lived in a very secure, gated community and was never home. Gradoni & Associates
  • The Boyfriend’s Parents Child Abduction Case
    Hal Smith, an attorney in Wichita Falls who had used our services in the past, contacted us recently about a child abduction. Hal’s clients were the biological grandparents of the child in question who had legal custody. The biological mother and her new boyfriend fled the area with the child and were believed headed to
  • Debt Confessions: A California Theft Case
    Our firm was hired by a law firm in California who represented a client that had sent $27,000 to an individual in Houston for the purchase of furniture for their club. The furniture never arrived and the individual who received the money had not responded to any correspondence. Gradoni & Associates Investigate Polly Korzekwa, our
  • The Case of Wayward Moving Brother
    Corporate Investigation: Employee Theft We were contacted by the owner of a moving company who had offices in Houston, Dallas, and Austin. Our client stated he was suspicious of his brother who ran the Houston location because he had gotten an anonymous tip that he was doing moving jobs and pocketing the cash. Gradoni &
  • Butch Uncovered!
    I would like to introduce you to Butch. One of our clients who we had previously helped in a child custody case wanted us to do a background investigation on his ex-wife’s new boyfriend who would be around his children. God bless Facebook! The new boyfriend posted Butch his pit bull on Facebook holding his
  • The “Moving in with my Boss” Inquiry
    Midlife Crisis Two concerned parents found our firm as a result of searching for private investigators on the web and asked that we help them out involving a situation involving their daughter who had been married a number of years and had 3 children with her husband. Out of the blue the husband told his
  • The Lunchtime Hidden Camera Investigation
    Infidelity at its Worse Laura Deal represented a client who believed her husband was having an affair with a married lady whose child went to school with hers and also worked with her husband. Laura’s client believed that her husband was actually bringing the girlfriend over to their house in the early morning hours after
  • The Russian Identity Theft Case
    Attorney Kurt Arbuckle represented a Russian National who lived in Houston and traveled frequently overseas working in the oil industry. This client was usually out of town 3 to 4 months at a time. During one of his trips a professional identity thief found a way to get into his apartment, take over $10,000 from
  • The “No Calls, No Sales” Corporate Investigation
    A printing company in Virginia contacted our firm after looking at our website and requested that we surveil a salesman that worked from his home supposedly making sales calls on potential clients each day. The owner of the company was concerned since sales had dropped dramatically. Gradoni & Associates Takes on The Case Investigator Companik
  • The Foot & The Fire Dept. Captain
    Attorney Jack B. Carroll represented a fire department captain who was traveling down a busy street in Spring when he came upon 3 students standing in the moving lane of traffic blocking the roadway. The fire captain stopped his vehicle asking the students to get out of the way. One of the students was defiant

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