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Grey Ghost Private Investigator Prices

Surveillance Fees

$111/hr. per investigator at a minimum of 4 hours per attempt.

We do NOT charge a mileage fee as long as the subject remains in the tri-county are of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach. If the subject leaves this area, we will contact you and if you agree to proceed with the investigation, the charge will be 0.62 cents per mile. We also do NOT charge for administrative fees.

All other verifiable expenses, such as tolls, lodging, and cover fees that are incurred during the investigation are payable by the client.

Surveillance reports will be provided at the rate of $100 per day of surveillance.

Background Check Reports Fees

Cell Phone Number $100

Address Check $100

Asset Check $100

Criminal Records $100

Civil Records  $100

Marriages/Divorces $125

Comprehensive Background $175

*order reports online here 

Other Investigation Services Fees

Witness/Person Locate $175+

Spot check/Well-Being Check $200/per attempt 

All services are payable in advance via Paypal, major credit cards, or money order.

Please note that in order to comply with federal regulations, we do NOT provide:

– access to email accounts

– telephone records

– cell phone tracking or interception services

– bank records

– any other service involving accessing someone’s personal and protected information

Calculating the Cost of a Private Investigation

There are many factors involved in calculating the cost of an investigation. One of the most important factors is the amount of information you can provide regarding the subject of the investigation. As a general rule of thumb, the more information you provide, the less you will pay.

Another factor is whether a case will go to court or not. Generally, cases that
go to court need more evidence than those that do not. Some of these cases require several days of surveillance, through which our investigators will have to document a certain ‘pattern of behavior’ rather than an isolated event. This generally applies to child custody cases, child support cases, etc.

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