The right team, the right tools, the right know-how
We have at our disposal sophisticated tools and material, and highly skilled and trained investigators.
Looking for mics
Using highly sophisticated technological material, our team can provide a detailed assessment of a potential hacking, as well as detecting the use and presence of mics, spy cameras, tracking devices and GPS trackers. The technological tools at the team’s disposal also enable the management of these potential threats, making it virtually impossible to set them up.
Highly skilled agents are in charge of shadowing the targeted persons. They work in team, in a discreet and efficient manner.
We conduct investigations in the financial and business sectors, but also on private and foreign citizens, relatives, close relationships and heirs
We look for people, relatives, heirs, foreign citizens, on behalf of government authorities or creditors
We can detect the use of any illegal surveillance tools (mics, cameras, softwares..) in any kind of private households and places.
Some of our team members
SEECLOP founder and director, he is a fraud and private investigation specialist. He is also the founder of the Eyesberg Institute.
A former Geneva Police Force member, and a shadowing and observation specialist, he has beeen a private investigator for more than 13 years.
Bertrand D. TURCKHEIM
A graduate of the Polytechnique Institute, and a former officer of the Special Forces (DGSE), he is an expert in strategic intelligence.
A Former Geneva police force member, Insurance investigation specialist and founder of DGD detective
Expert in IT security, data extraction, hacking research and security audit – founder of Fraktall Ltd.
Julie de CLERC
Quadrilingual, expert in social media research, blogger, people profiling and Internet research.
Analysis and Goals
We first establish the lawfulness of the mission, the goals to reach, the tools and means needed to launch and sustain the investigation within but also outside of Switzerland. This is the basis of the quote we will give to the client.
The elements produced by the investigation – shadowings conclusions, phone and wire-tappings…), dated and evidence supported, are compiled in a report at the end of the investigation. This report is admissible in a court of justice.