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Saturday, September 27, 2008

Email Harassment - What To Do

If you have ever had the experience of going to your email box and found an unwelcome email you'll agree that it can really spoil your day. Email harassment can run a very broad range of degrees. From mildly annoying to terrifyingly dangerous. You should consider this carefully and react accordingly.

Let's say you open an email and to from someone you recognize from an online chat room or blog. They are offended by something you said and they really let you have it. How should you react? You should act thoughtfully and carefully as if you're dealing with an angry stranger that has appeared on your door step. The last thing you should do is "flame" them back and respond rudely or hatefully. This could start a war that can escalate and go on for years.

Keep in mind that you really don't know anything about this person. They could be mentally or emotionally disturbed and possibly dangerous.

Now lets say you receive an anonymous harassing email and you have no idea who sent it but it's obvious this person knows a great deal about your life. Once again the way you respond to email harassment can affect your life for years to come so be thoughtful before you reply. Try to explain to the person that this behavior is unpleasant for both of you. You both have better more productive thing to do with your time and you'd like to settle your differences amicably.

How to respond to email harassment
Should you report it to the abuse dept of their ISP or email provider or not? If you think it's serious and you really want to identify the person it is actually best NOT to report them to their ISP and get the account closed. That will only make it harder for an expert to trace the emails and identify the person harassing you. Even if the account gets closed they can just open another one and take further efforts to conceal their identity. Possibly even resort to proxy servers and re mailers.

How not to respond to Email Harassment
Do not get into a war with the harasser. If police become involved they might brush it off as a mutual combat and not see you as a victim Do not make threats. Do not tell your friends or family about the harassment or that you are hiring an investigator.


Tips on how to deal with Email Harassment :
1. Don't delete the Emails.
2. Keep a record of the harassing emails, both on disc and print them out.
3. Make a list of suspects. Try to obtain their email addresses and even copies of their emails and headers.
4. If you are being threatened or stalked call the police. Many times they will not put much effort into an investigation but at least you'll have a record.
5. Hire a professional that knows how to trace emails and identify the sender. They can also advise you on the specifics of your case since they deal with these things everyday.

However things turn out just keep in mind that you are dealing with someone that has personal issues and is unable to deal with them in a mature civilized manner. This alone should concern you because if a person does not understand how to deal with basic personal boundaries who knows how far they may go in their campaign. It may go beyond simple email harassment into a real life assault.

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Saturday, September 20, 2008

How to Identify the owner of a PO Box

Sometimes as a PI you'll be asked to locate and or identify the physical address for the owner of a PO BOX or Postal Mail Box (PMB).
This can often be accomplished with a database search if you have access to credit headers. When people have a PO Box they will often use that address for their bills or car payments etc and the PO Box will appear on there credit headers as an alternate address.
If it's not there you may be able to contact the PO using a form available on the USPS web site. This form requires you to disclose the reason you need the information. The USPS will only reveal the information if you are attempting to serve legal service in proper person. They even require a case number.

Sometimes these methods will still fail. It could be that the owner of the box has relocated since they opened the box and no longer live at the address they provided the USPS.

You can try to pretext the PMB owner by mailing them professional looking material, free offers, maybe even a love letter, anything to trick the owner into revealing their identity. These mailings should always include a trap line phone number with call capture. If the mail box owner calls you'll get their information and can trace them that way.


This may sound like a lot of work for a simple PO BOX Break. Setting up trap lines , obtaining credit headers, printing up pretext post cards. Many investigators like to out source this type of work and purchase the information from an investigator that's already set up to routinely obtain this kind f information.

For assistance in performing a PO Box break contact Ed Opperman Pres of Operman Investigations Inc through his web site http://www.emailrevealer.com/

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Social Security Number Searches

To see WHEN and WHERE a SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER was issued, free:www.usinfosearch.com/Free_ssn_search.htm

To locate someone or do a complete background report from Social Security Number visit
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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Private Investigator Tips and Tricks

Database NAME VARIATIONS:


When searching a database for a person named 'Al', most PIs might consider
that this is likely a 'nickname', or a shortened name, for 'Albert'. Or
couldn't it also be from 'Alvin', or 'Alberto', or 'Aldous', or 'Alfred', or
many other possibilities?!

So what is the best source for obtaining a list of all such names and their
derivatives?

Buy one of the bigger '50,000 Names For Your New Baby'-type books!

Tip- local libraries often carry similar books for surnames, showing spelling
variations.
Ed Opperman is the president of Opperman Investigations Inc He is also the owner of http://WWW.EmailRevealer.com He invites you to visit his blog where he gives step by step instruction, advice and warnings on how to become a private investigator.Including, State by State licensing requirements, PI schools and reputable Integrity Investigation companies http://becomeapi.blogspot.com/