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For over 26 years, I had the honor and privilege of being a Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. I became a SA in 1988 and was assigned to work White Collar Crime in the San Diego Division where I investigated various criminal violations including bank fraud, ponzi schemes, fraud by wire, mail fraud and public corruption. From 1998 to 2003, I was a Supervisory Special Agent of a Public Corruption Task Force in McAllen, Texas, where I supervised over 12 FBI Agents and Task Force personnel. From 2003 to July 2012, I was assigned to a Public Corruption squad in San Antonio and was the case agent on investigations that lead to the prosecution of multiple subjects. From August 2012 to July 2014, I investigated White Collar Crime, including bank fraud, investor fraud, money laundering and other related violations.

For over 26 years, I had the honor and privilege of being a Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. I became a SA in 1988 and was assigned to work White Collar Crime in the San Diego Division where I investigated various criminal violations including bank fraud, ponzi schemes, fraud by wire, mail fraud and public corruption. From 1998 to 2003, I was a Supervisory Special Agent of a Public Corruption Task Force in McAllen, Texas, where I supervised over 12 FBI Agents and Task Force personnel. From 2003 to July 2012, I was assigned to a Public Corruption squad in San Antonio and was the case agent on investigations that lead to the prosecution of multiple subjects. From August 2012 to July 2014, I investigated White Collar Crime, including bank fraud, investor fraud, money laundering and other related violations.

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As consultants, they “contract” out their services to conduct criminal/civil investigations, provide litigation support, conduct due diligence inquires, provide executive protection and conduct background screenings, offer expert opinions concerning investigations, do electronic sweeps and counter measures, provide drug screenings, offer forensic accounting services, and conduct surveillances, as well as locate assets and/or conduct other research.

As a result, members command fees for their services.  This is “not” a free service.

Before any services will be expended, most members will require a “nonrefundable” retainer fee totaling $1500 - $2500.  The amount of the retainer fee will be set by members during contract negotiations.  And some members command “nonrefundable” retainer fees totaling $5000.

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