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Are You Being Tracked?

What do I do if I think there are cameras in my house? What do I do if I think my car has a tracker?

 

If you are asking either of these questions, then you’ve come to the right place. HPI specializes in electronic surveillance detection commonly referred to as “bug sweeps” or Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM).

 

If you live in Miami, Florida or Atlanta, Georgia, you may have heard about these electronic surveillance methods being part of some divorce drama from several stars of the popular reality TV franchise, The Real Housewives.

 

The Real Housewives of Miami Star Accused by Her Estranged Husband of Planting a “Listening Device” in His Car.

 

The Real Housewives of Atlanta Star Accuses Her Husband of Spying on Her After He Left Home for 3 Days.   — “I didn’t know there was a camera there…you were watching us”.

 

Husband of Real Housewives of Atlanta Star, Was Accused of Placing a Tracker on Wife’s Car Shortly After Filing for Divorce.

 

Real Housewives’ of Miami Star Accused of Using Prescription Drugs Recreationally. Former Spouse Used a “Clandestine Listening Device” to Determine Drug Abuse. 

 

Reality TV is a staple in American homes. As a result, we’ve become accustomed to having a fly on the wall perspective into what would normally be unscripted private lives. This form of observational entertainment is similar to surveillance, but the participants have consented to be watched and recorded for audiences. Observing real people in these produced situations has become a phenomenon that allows us to compare our lives to theirs and perhaps learn valuable lessons in life. It can be either very entertaining and enlightening or it can create unrealistic or dangerous representations of how people should truly behave.

 

The crazy drama of these reality stars doesn’t end when the show is over; the celebrities then take their fame, fortune, and wild behavior into the tabloid universe of paparazzi, private investigators, law firms and divorce courts. Whatever the motivation, several of these desperate celebrities are using Reality TV technical know-how like audio recording devices, hidden cameras, and GPS units in their private lives without consent to expose some form of truth that benefits them in a lawsuit.

 

The only problem is, most of these kinds of surveillance techniques are illegal and any information gleaned would be unusable in court. If they get caught, they could receive severe penalties. But that’s IF they get caught.

 

You don’t have to be a celebrity to be subjected to or use these kinds of unwarranted surveillance techniques. The truth is, these technical surveillance methods that you hear about in gossip worthy lawsuits are part and parcel to any high stakes divorce even if you’re not a household name.

 

What if you were monitored in your own home by someone without knowing it? Who’s watching your life? And for what purpose?

 

Fill out this form if you suspect you are a target of electronic surveillance.

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