Re: [infoguys-list] Who Do You Report A PI Problem To?
- Rick I could have sent 50 or 100. But he wanted a lot more than that
although I did not think it was unreasonable. I truly had good honest
intentions of paying him his fee and expected to receive some money.
Because of something beyond my control related to this case I did not get
it as I should have.
I'm sorry u feel u should not have wasted his time with me but also believe
given what I sent he should have seen the end pay off and amount of money
involved as he is supposedly an expert in financial crimes. Its all good
though. 2 attorneys have seen through the smoke and hopefully everything
will be concluded in the next 2 months.
On Aug 16, 2012 2:07 PM, "RickyG" <rmriinc@...> wrote:
> I tried to stay out of this, but there are just a few issues here that
> needs to be addressed.
> First, some very brief background. I referred this lady to Bill Branscum.
> I did this because it seemed that he case dealt with corruption issues,
> some financial issues, and it was in Florida. Primarily in this case, when
> I heard that there were some financial issues; I mentioned Bill's name.
> Bill Branscum's name is the FIRST name I mention to anyone that has a case
> involving financial issues that need to be examined. In my opinion, Bill
> Branscum is the "Go To Guy" for investigations involving financial issues.
> I know that I am sending a prospective client to a well credentialed,
> highly experienced Investigator that knows what he is doing when I refer
> that person to Bill Branscum. I am just sorry that this turned into an
> ordeal that wasted Bill's time.
> Jayne, here is one of the issues that I have. First, I know you don't have
> a lot of money; but surely you could have afforded $50.00 or $100.00 for
> Bill spending his time going over this case with you? It might not have
> been much, but Bill is a reasonable and fair man that is willing to help
> anyone out just for the asking. You would have at least shown Bill that you
> were trying to respect his time and his experience if you would have made
> this small payment for his time and experience. I am wondering why that did
> not occur to you?
> Secondly, now after you have kept him on the phone and writing emails to
> you for FREE, FREELY giving you advice, and FREELY guiding you though what
> to do and what not to do in a case like this; you "flaunt" this case in his
> face and tell him how he will read about it in the paper? Really? That is
> how you return his acts of kindness to you? I would have thought that you
> would have shown some contrition? I would have thought that you would have
> publicly thanked him for his time and efforts, and mentioned that if you do
> receive some award for damages in your case, you will settle up with him? I
> mean it is not like you were getting some advice from some "wanna-be
> Private Investigator" that managed to get his licensed. The advice you got
> was from a well respected, highly experienced, superbly credentialed
> Investigator that specializes in financial crimes cases, and has worked
> some of the largest cases that I know of any Private Investigator working.
> I can not understand why you would not be grateful for his time, and
> apologetic for not being able to pay him for it. It just seems like the
> decent thing to do; to me......
> Ricky B. Gurley.
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