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  • Charlotte freemon
    I can really sympathize with this.......and I appreciate all of the responses, its nice to know that there are others who started in this business in a similar
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 20, 2000
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      I can really sympathize with this.......and I appreciate all of the
      responses, its nice to know that there are others who started in this
      business
      in a similar fashion..... I guess I do this out of a passion .....kinda like
      being an actor..

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      > 20 years or so ago, my car dropped an axle on surveillance for my
      employer.
      > When I called him to tell him I had to be towed and couldn't complete the
      > surveillance, I was 65 miles from home. he stated, " well, don't think
      I'm
      > going to offer to rent a car for you!" The towing and repairs cost 450.00
      > and I made 18.00 that morning for the time I did have in before the
      mishap.
      > On a future case, he stated, " I want a portrait shot of this guy, the
      client
      > was PROMISED." I crawled 75 yards through nettles, burdocks and a barb
      wire
      > fence on my stomach to get what he needed. My sister spent nearly an hour
      > getting burdocks out of my hair that night. I could go on for hours. I
      even
      > wrote a book. But you know? I wanted to master the trade so badly I
      looked
      > at all of this as experience. And that's exactly what it was. You have
      to
      > start somewhere and work your way up. If you have a strong desire to be a
      > good investigator you'll stick it out. It's not for everyone, but if you
      do
      > stay with it, it gets better, trust me. Best regards, Sandra Parsons-
      > Berkshire Investigations ( Celebrating 20 years) and no more burdocks!
      >
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    • Charlotte freemon
      Thank-you Sandy...........sorry I m late in responding....trying to sift thru 900 emails Sincerely, Perry ... From: To:
      Message 2 of 3 , Aug 5 9:37 PM
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        Thank-you Sandy...........sorry I'm late in responding....trying to sift
        thru 900 emails

        Sincerely,

        Perry
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        Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2000 6:45 PM
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        > 20 years or so ago, my car dropped an axle on surveillance for my
        employer.
        > When I called him to tell him I had to be towed and couldn't complete the
        > surveillance, I was 65 miles from home. he stated, " well, don't think
        I'm
        > going to offer to rent a car for you!" The towing and repairs cost 450.00
        > and I made 18.00 that morning for the time I did have in before the
        mishap.
        > On a future case, he stated, " I want a portrait shot of this guy, the
        client
        > was PROMISED." I crawled 75 yards through nettles, burdocks and a barb
        wire
        > fence on my stomach to get what he needed. My sister spent nearly an hour
        > getting burdocks out of my hair that night. I could go on for hours. I
        even
        > wrote a book. But you know? I wanted to master the trade so badly I
        looked
        > at all of this as experience. And that's exactly what it was. You have
        to
        > start somewhere and work your way up. If you have a strong desire to be a
        > good investigator you'll stick it out. It's not for everyone, but if you
        do
        > stay with it, it gets better, trust me. Best regards, Sandra Parsons-
        > Berkshire Investigations ( Celebrating 20 years) and no more burdocks!
        >
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        > Get LOW Rates. Click here for details.
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