With arranged marriage investigations it is important to pick the right agency to perform your arranged marriage investigations. We work in a discreet, subtle and ethical manner to offer you the highest quality of service.
We know that it can be a unnerving experience using detectives to investigate prospective partners which is why we offer a personal service to handle the situation with the delicacy it deserves.
Ultimately, our investigators are here to help. It is always best when you have concerns to listen to your gut and get a definitive answer to remove any of those niggling doubts before the marriage takes place.
Our background checks will verify any details that they may have told you, or your family. We have partner agents across the world which means that even if the individual doesn’t originate from the UK, we can still find out and verify the truth for you and your family. We can also carry out discrete surveillance on the potential bride or groom. Do they Drink? Are they as religious as they claim? Do they Gamble? Are they promiscuous? Surveillance is another excellent service that we can offer.
It is becoming extremely common for individuals to hire Private Investigators to check out the backgrounds of potential spouses.
A Report by The BBC Said:
With many Asian weddings costing in the region of £50,000, parents, brides and grooms are reluctant to take risks with people they do not know well, even though they may on paper be a good match.
A growing number of Indians are hiring private detectives to check up on a prospective bride or groom’s character, sexual history and finances before marriage.
Agencies say they’ve seen a huge rise in per matrimonial investigations to check a suitor’s background, because more people are meeting online and families are less involved.
“It’s not spying, we just wanted to know about my sister’s boyfriend before she married him,” says Anita (not her real name). She hired a private investigator to verify her now brother-in-law’s background. Her sister met and fell in love with him at work, but Anita and her parents wanted to “authenticate” his family’s status and finances before the wedding went ahead.
“He told us he was from a good family, but we needed to ensure he was telling the truth.
“Earlier in India with arranged marriages which were set up by the family, relatives would know about a partner, but now you don’t know if he’s married or has children or whatever, so we needed to hire someone to check all this,” says Anita, adding her still-happily-married sister never knew about the detectives.
If you would like to find out about our arranged marriage investigations then please do not hesitate in contacting us.