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Category Archives: Business Skills

RETIRED FBI AGENTS MAKE GREAT SECOND CAREER HIRES: Why I Dyed My Hair Blue

PHILADELPHIA–There’s a saying in the FBI – “Don’t embarrass the Bureau.” The behavior of each special agent is seen as a direct reflection of the agency. It’s expected that everything an FBI agent says and does will project a positive
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RETIRED FBI AGENT GREG VECCHI RUNS FOR DEADWOOD CITY COMMISSION

SACRAMENTO–Telling supporters he understands the issues facing the Deadwood business community, website member Dr. GREGORY M. VECCHI, Ph.D.[1] announced last month he was running for a seat on the Deadwood City Commission with the election set for April 14th.  Retiring
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BUSINESS SKILLS AND CONSULTING ADDED AS SKILLSETS

SACRAMENTO–Business Skills and Consulting have been added to the website as a new skillset for members whose services include running a company and/or starting a new business.  JIM PLEDGER, formerly a national sales manager with GLOCK INC and later a
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SOCIETY TO PROMOTE WEBSITE – MEMBERS GET DISCOUNT!

SACRAMENTO—Speaking about retired agents, NANCY SAVAGE, Executive Director for the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, said the issue concerning “second careers” is very important to members.  With an increase in membership and the addition of Associate Members
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WEBSITE FEEs / RETAINERs

"Members on this website are “retired” FBI agents, many who are “licensed” Private Investigators [PIs], independent contractors and vendors who promote and sell their services as consultants to members of the public, public and/or private industry and/or local, state and/or federal government.

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.

Unless you are a journalist looking for media “commentary,” and/or someone with an offer of employment, please be advised members do not provide “free” services but will require a retainer fee before any services will be expended.  These services are “not” free.