I'm receiving more and more very short, very poorly written emails with shocking grammar and dubious spelling that are, judging by the use of phone text abbreviations (TKS, BTW, RU, etc.) and other indicators, written hastily on and sent from, a mobile phone.
What I have difficulty comprehending is that some of these emails relate to what are very important personal situations. For example, a young adult looking to get in contact with a biological parent, or vice versa. I would have thought wanting to find a family member was a pretty big deal and worth at least a bit of effort.
A private investigator's sole roll is to provide information, but before we can do that, we need accurate information with which to work. Is the person's given name really "saw" or did predictive text take over? The more (accurate) information you provide us, the better the results we can provide you. This is repeated under just about every service type on this website, but it seems an awful lot of people just can't be bothered.
Well, if you can't be bothered, why should I?
Oh, and by the way, if cost is a factor to you, keep in mind that the more time I have to spend on a matter (seeking clarification, asking for more information, etc.) the greater your costs.
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