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Cheat Day
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Cheat DayCheat Day does not refer to a diet where you indulge in your favorite comfort food, it means something different.  If your husband is cheating maybe you will settle for comfort food or do something about it, either way it’s cheat day right? The Day before Valentines Day, unfortunately, is cheat day.  I say this because it’s the day where cheating husbands play in both worlds of family life and life away from the spouse.  The Urban dictionary defines it as Mistress Day.

Cheat Day Agenda

Married men know that on February 14th, they had better to be making an effort to have a preplanned night out with their wife. It has become an expectation, and uneasy day to the husband who ignores the holiday. However, for the man who has a little, something on the side, she is often unhappy and jealous of the fact that she is not going to get attention on this day.  So to set the mistress at ease  these men try to make the other woman happy by spending the evening before Valentine’s Day with her.
No one likes to think about their spouse cheating on them. Nevertheless, if your spouse is cheating, the arrival of Valentine’s Day is one holiday that is hard for cheating lovers to overlook.  While Valentine’s Day itself is reserved for your husband, wife, or significant other, the day before, February 13, can easily be set aside for the “other” person!

Cheat Day abnormalities

So fellow wives if you get the “I have to work late excuse the day before Valentine’s day, and you have noticed skeptical behavior in the past few weeks, you might consider if your spouse is indulging in cheat day and expecting to have is cake too, check the credit card statements for inconsistencies or the bank account for irregular large cash withdrawals. Alternatively, you can call me, and I can run surveillance for you at anytime. Cheating happens all the time not only on the Day before Valentines.   If you want to catch him in the act, please fill out the form below, and I will contact you.


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Missing Person’s Investigations
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The epidemic of missing person’s Investigations in the United States is the scourge of a modern society.  In the age of the internet, supercomputers, connectivity, and CSI, how can there be over 110,000 people whose locations are unknown in the United States? According to

In that same society how can there be an estimated 40,000 unidentified dead throughout the US?  If we accept the premise that the majority, if not all, of these unidentified deceased were reported missing somewhere, we must ask why haven’t these cases (the unidentified and the missing) been linked together?  Where is the missing link between them?

The Apogean Group is proud to say we have a 100% record when it comes to missing persons, and the point of this post isn’t to lecture investigators, It is, however, my intention to share with the professional investigator my perspective.

Missing Person’s Investigations

The fact is that the vast majority of missing person’s Investigations resolve themselves by the return of the missing person, through minimal help by law enforcement (Law Enforcement Professionals are over worked with limited resources for Missing Person’s Investigations).  This fact is both a blessing and a curse, for it leaves many misguided personnel to invest little or no time into the basics of the investigative process, counting on the missing person’s return.  This has had, and will continue to have, dire consequences for the true at-risk missing person’s Investigation cases and the missing person’s family.

Forget what you saw on last night’s episode of CSI!  There are primarily only three scientifically-acceptable ways to identify someone who is either unwilling or unable to identify themselves: fingerprints, dental records, and DNA.  The vast majority, well over 90%, are identified by fingerprints.  But, we are not always so lucky. The missing person’s Investigations that have not been identified run the gamut from shooting victims brought to the emergency room, a decomposed body found in an open field, or mummified bodies found on a hillside.  By far, though, the most common and challenging unidentified cases are those that were found months or years after death  (which makes up about 90%),

Fingerprints, dental records, and DNA!  These are the critical minimum records that must be submitted into law enforcement’s searchable databases.  These are the missing links.

Shockingly, missing persons records across the United States include these identifiers at the following rates:

Fingerprints – Less than 1%
Dental Records – About 4%
DNA – Much less than 1%

There are several factors that make missing person’s investigations a challenge, but there are a few guidelines I go by to ensure success of each and every case.  Due to the nature of the content it’s my bread and butter so I do not want to divulge all of my secrets;  however I will share one; a close examination of routine, can give you a lot of insight into why a person goes missing.  Just recently you may of heard of a missing person’s investigation in Plano Texas.  Within two days after careful examination combined with ability I found the missing person in under 2 days.  I am not tooting my own horn here, rather trying to prove a point about someone’s routine, in this case it was a major factor.

If you know of a missing persons and have information leading to a missing person, or have a loved one that is missing in Texas contact The Apogean Group leave your information someone will get back to you ASAP our results are 100%

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