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TMCNet:  Private Investigator in Miami, Florida Announces New Background Reports Including Vehicle License Tags, Asset Bank Searches, Cell Phone, Criminal and Employment Checks

[December 22, 2012]

Private Investigator in Miami, Florida Announces New Background Reports Including Vehicle License Tags, Asset Bank Searches, Cell Phone, Criminal and Employment Checks

Miami, Florida, Dec 22, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- South Florida Private Investigators Inc located in Miami, Florida has added new reports including vehicle license tags, background reports, social security number traces, employment searches, facebook friends requests, IP addresses, domain ownership, tenant screenings, criminal searches and bank asset searches.

Background Checks are now available nationwide. Our background checks include bankruptcies, criminal records, subject associates, past present addresses, liens, driving record and vehicle license information including vehicle tag information.

South Florida Private Investigators located in Miami, Florida now offers numerous services including infidelity surveillance on a cheating spouse, GPS vehicle tracking units, child support investigations, internet dating, IRB background reports, bug sweeps in the Miami Florida area.

GPS vehicle tracking units at our Spy Store located in Miami, Florida South Florida Private Investigators is the leader in spy shop accessories including nanny cams, hidden cameras, covert investigations, cheaters surveillance and all spy store electronics in Miami Florida. New GPS vehicle tracking units include Brickhouse GPS, bluetooth wireless cameras, and zoom hidden camera's for surveillance of a cheating spouse, husband, boyfriend, girlfriend or wife.

Contact Linda Chantry Agency Manager at South Florida Private Investigators Inc. Toll Free: 1 (855) SOUTH FLORIDA. Same day background reports are available at affordable prices.

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