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How to hire a Chinese PI (private investigator)

Investing in China, starting or growing a company in China, or doing business and business dealings with Chinese companies is a daunting task. Don't you know if that person is as real and legal as they claim? Who can you trust? Background credit checks, collecting business intelligence, investigating insurance claims, finding missing people, and personal, administrative protection, etc. There are hundreds of reasons to hire a PI. When it's really important, you can't rely on a 9.99 dollar Internet database search to get the information you need. You need to hire the right people and make the right decisions.

At RedStar, we understand these issues and have more than 10 years of experience and capabilities. We offer a range of fast, confidential and professional business investigation services to foreign companies and investors in a professional, legal and ethical manner, providing you with the information and evidence you need.

Redstar is a trusted, leading, and best private investigative investigation service provider based on global standards in China's private investigation industry. Our clients include multinational corporations and SMEs, as well as private individuals seeking assistance. We have a high reputation in the same industry in China. Hundreds of customers around the world benefit from our findings and solutions, which are critical to protecting companies, assets, and people. We meet the needs of individuals, companies, investors, consulting firms, insurance companies, and the law firm and private investigation company in China. We are proud to provide results-oriented services.

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We will discuss some of the more important issues and how to make a decision when hiring a Chinese PI.


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In China, RedStar has 10 years of experience in this field. Most of our investigators' experience comes from years of practical application in field investigations, and the focus of the private investigator's entire career is on the field of investigation. As a professional investigator, we work hard to understand what you are facing, what information is most important to you, and to help companies and the public deal with legal, financial and personal issues, always aiming at your satisfaction without wasting your time and money.


It is very difficult to find an investigator who has sufficient experience in any field to become an "expert". You are more likely to find people who have experience in multiple areas. As a PI, focusing on only one area is counterproductive, because the essence of this industry is to require experience in many different fields. This is of course as diverse as possible on the basis of the investigators' most interest.

Background and referees:

Getting a special recommendation from a private detective can be a bit difficult. It is strictly forbidden to disseminate information about customers and cases. In fact, a PI needs to be authorized from a licensed employer (customer) before a PI  "may" disclose information about the customer and/or any case. This applies to "anyone who is or has been a licensed employer and an employee of any employer". A private detective may tell you that they work for "some of the biggest insurance companies" or "the top 500 companies on the Fortune list", but tell you the name, date, contact person, the particularity of the case, or the dignity of any crisis legal secrecy system are clearly prohibited.

When to hire a PI:

Sometimes the real question is whether to hire a private detective. In a cooperative project, a case, and the simple behavior of hiring a PI, you can clearly know how to move forward.


Once you hire a private detective, your entire network is based on information exchange, but this is not a one-way street. This is crucial, that is, you should share the information of your respondents as much as possible. Concealing a little bit of critical information often causes serious adverse effects on the investigation. In addition, it will improperly occupy your information "dig" time to mine the information you already have. If the investigator does not "discover" your retention information and you think he or she should be there sometimes, this will make you unduly doubt the investigator's level of care or ability. You have this information and informed the investigator well, giving him or her the opportunity to optimize their investigative efforts. Otherwise, you are wasting your money.

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