While cost will likely be a major factor in selecting a company or technician to conduct a professional TSCM bug sweep there are other important factors to consider before making a decision. It is also important that you partner with a company that:
- Has the right equipment
- Is trained in de-bugged techniques
- Has experience in the field
In addition, while some private investigators might offer lower prices, they don't have top of the line equipment like our team. What good is it if you get a good deal, but the PI is using cheap "spy shop" RF (radio frequency) detector that may only be able to detect a RF bugging device only if it's on? Bugging devices aren't always turned on 24/7. A device can be turned off and can also be remotely turned off. Low grade equipment won't be able to track bugs in these situations.
Fortunately, our private investigators use tools that will detect bugs that are on or off.
Furthermore, just because a person or agency promotes bug sweeps on their website it doesn't mean they either have the right:
Most professional TSCM technicians have more than $150,000 worth of sophisticated electronic bug detection equipment. They also have hundreds of hours of manufacture certified training, and years of conducting TSCM bug sweeps on a full time basis.
That's why it is important that you know what questions to ask to identify true professional TSCM technicians and weed out private investigators with spy shop gear.
Our private investigator has access to over $280,000 worth of equipment and years of experience. Contact our New Jersey office today to learn more about our de-bugging services!