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  • drpeg2003
    I am writing a novel featuring a PI and I need some information. I read a newspaper article on a case of art fraud (insurance scam), and it said that it was
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 13 1:29 PM
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      I am writing a novel featuring a PI and I need some information. I
      read a newspaper article on a case of art fraud (insurance scam), and
      it said that it was discovered that the perpetrator of the fraud had
      a
      $4 million dollar bank loan with the Chase Manhattan Bank that he was
      apparently unable to repay (so he set up the scam to do so). I am
      wondering how this information about the loan could be unearthed,
      what
      the procedure would be. I would like my investigator to unearth
      similar information on a suspect. If you could suggest a way for my
      PI
      to discover this, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thank you for any help
      you may offer,

      Sincerely,
      Peg
    • Will Ray
      Peg, No one will supply information to a total stranger. You should include on all emails; WHO YOU ARE, WHAT YOU DO, WITH PHONE NUMBER, LICENSE NUMBER IF ANY,
      Message 2 of 2 , Jun 14 4:13 PM
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        Peg,
        No one will supply information to a total stranger. You should include on
        all emails; WHO YOU ARE, WHAT YOU DO, WITH PHONE NUMBER, LICENSE NUMBER IF
        ANY, ADDRESS, AND EMAIL ALSO WEBSITE IF ANY.

        Private Investigators have enough problems with out sticking their neck into
        an unknown noose.

        You provide information I have included and someone may reply with positive
        information.

        God Bless You, and good luck.

        Will Ray


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        I am writing a novel featuring a PI and I need some information. I
        read a newspaper article on a case of art fraud (insurance scam), and
        it said that it was discovered that the perpetrator of the fraud had
        a
        $4 million dollar bank loan with the Chase Manhattan Bank that he was
        apparently unable to repay (so he set up the scam to do so). I am
        wondering how this information about the loan could be unearthed,
        what
        the procedure would be. I would like my investigator to unearth
        similar information on a suspect. If you could suggest a way for my
        PI
        to discover this, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thank you for any help
        you may offer,

        Sincerely,
        Peg





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