False reports of business trips, customer visits and travel expense claims can cause a business to incur high costs and lose important revenue.
The relationship between employer and employee is typically based on trust. If, however, this trust no longer exists for various reasons, a client may find themselves in need of having someone look into the matter.
Your alarm bells should ring if your employee’s weekly report is detailed and brimful of appointments but you are not seeing any growth in new business and your turnover is declining. Or perhaps you have a large number of customers complaining that they are no longer happy with the support they are receiving from your field sales person.
Maybe your suspicion will be confirmed and your employee is at the gym on company time, redecorating their house, mowing the lawn or, worst of all, working for the competition.
These are just some examples of the cases where Fritsch Private Investigators can help you. Thanks to our extensive network of information and contacts we are able to obtain the information you require. We can also have the detective working your case perform continuous surveillance.
Fritsch Private Investigators conduct their investigations with discretion and precision. This will give you the opportunity to take appropriate steps and to thus regain control.
If our investigation should produce incriminating evidence then you will be able to use these findings to take legal action.
As soon as you have the slightest suspicion of fraud relating to travel or other expense claims we would advise you not to hesitate hiring a detective to investigate the matter.
Fritsch Private Investigators are available to serve you across Germany and conduct investigations both nationally and internationally. We will pursue your suspicion and investigate whether or not you have become the victim of fraud.
Costs incurred for hiring private investigators in conjunction with producing legal evidence are reimbursable in Germany under the code of civil procedure. Please consult your attorney for further information.