CHARLES PIPER'S PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Phone: (901) 237-4684
Email:  Pipercfe@cs.com

TYPES OF CASES INVESTIGATED

WHITE-COLLAR
&
GENERAL INVESTIGATIONS

GENERAL INVESTIGATIONS

 

SURVEILLANCE

-        Cheating Spouses (Infidelity)

-        Child Custody

-        Workers Compensation Fraud & Feigned Injuries

-        Activity Checks & Verification

PROVEN EXPERIENCE

Charles Piper’s Professional Services has proven experience conducting surveillance. Investigative results are well documented so that (if necessary) the facts, information and evidence obtained can be used in court.  Charles Piper has over 35 years experience putting solid cases together and testifying at various hearings across the United States.

TEAMS WITH RETIRED FEDERAL AGENTS

Although surveillance can often be performed by a single investigator, when additional manpower is needed, Piper teams with other retired Federal Special Agents that are also licensed PIs who possess the most professional training and experience necessary to accomplish investigative objectives.

CLIENTS ARE KEPT INFORMED

Clients are kept informed of investigative accomplishments & developments in a timely manner. Detailed investigative summary reports are typically prepared and provided so clients know exactly what has been accomplished.

YOU DESERVE THE BEST

Don’t settle for lesser trained, experienced and educated investigators.

You deserve the best. 

For a free consultation, call (901) 237-4684.


SEXUAL HARASMENT & ASSAULTS
• Employees sexually assaulted female peers and others in large numbers. Conduct was seemingly condoned and/or intentionally overlooked by superiors.

INTERNAL THEFT
• Individuals stole items of value from their employers.

THEFT
• Individuals entered homes, businesses, work areas, vehicles and other locations and stole money and other property belonging to others.

ASSAULTS
• Individuals physically assaulted others causing physical harm.

HOMICIDES
• Individuals caused the death of others.

ILLEGAL DRUGS
• Individuals sold, purchased, possessed and/or used illegal drugs.

INTERNAL POLICY AND PROCEDURAL VIOLATIONS
• Employees failed to abide by rules and regulations to the detriment of their organization.

TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS
• Investigated to determine causes of accidents.


OTHER INVESTIGATIONS AS NEEDED COMPLETED- INCLUDING:
  • Surveillance & Photography: Ex: Prove Violation of Restraining Order, cheating spouses
  • Surveillance: Workers' Compensation Fraud
  • Interview of Medical Providers: Wrongful Death
  • Other Witness Interviews
  • Background Checks:  Verification & Other Research
  • Asset Searches (Post Civil Judgment & Other)
  • Civil Rights Violations
  • Wrongful Imprisonment - MURDER
  • Wrongful Employment Termination
  • Law Enforcement/Police - Policy & Procedures Review for Compliance
  • Legally recorded witness interviews
  • ASSET LOCATES - CIVIL RECOVERIES
  • ASSET LOCATES - DIVORCES
  • ETC.
WHITE-COLLAR INVESTIGATIONS

HEALTHCARE FRAUD
• Physicians, counselors, physician offices & clinics falsely billed insurance companies for care/services which were never provided.

• Physicians, counselors, physician offices & clinics intentionally miscoded care/services on submitted insurance claim forms to receive a higher reimbursement.

• Unlicensed and/or undereducated psychological care providers provided services to patients, but insurance claim forms were signed by in-house physicians indicating the physicians provided the services. In one case, the physician was not even present when most services were provided. In another case, some physicians who signed such claim forms were actually overseas when the services were provided.

• Physicians misrepresented the locations of services provided.
 

• Allergy patients were given filled syringes by clinic and told to inject themselves at their homes two or three days a week.
 However, the allergy clinic billed insurance companies reflecting that the patients were injected at the allergy clinic, five days a week.

• 
Clinic submitted false cost report with inflated lease and furniture rental prices resulting in higher reimbursement rates.

• An on-duty pharmacist stole large quantities of pain-killer drugs from three pharmacy stores’ inventory. To cover his tracks, the pharmacist selected random insurance beneficiary names which he obtained form the pharmacy’s computer, and then submitted false claims for reimbursement to insurance companies.
  The pharmacist then sold the stolen drugs on the street for personal profit.

QUI TAM CIVIL SUITS
• Whistleblowers complained about fraud and other false billings which they became aware of while employed with their own companies.  Whistleblowers legally profited from the outcome of the investigations.

CONTRACT FRAUD

CORRUPTION
• Owner of a company secretly paid over $80,000 in bribery payments to a contracting officer. In return, the contracting officer manipulated and circumvented competitive contract award procedures, eliminated competitors’ bids, and awarded contracts to the bribe payer’s company.

• Internal employees unjustly favored an associate’s company when reviewing bid proposals and awarded a multi-million contract to their associate’s company at almost double the price which could have been paid.

FALSE BILLINGS
• Contractors submitted false invoices for payment for goods that were never shipped (“Ghost Shipments”).
• Contractors submitted false invoices for payment after shipping less quantity of items than billed for.

FALSE TEST SAMPLES SUBMITTED
• Contractor intentionally submitted false samples to a certifying laboratory for specification examination knowing the samples did not represent the specified materials.

FALSE CERTIFICATIONS
• Contractors knowingly provided defective and/or inferior products to customers, yet signed official certifications reflecting the material met required specifications and/or testing requirements.

COST MISCHARGING
• Contractors billed labor and materials they utilized on fixed-priced contracts to cost-plus contracts, resulting in overpayments by the customers.

BID-RIGGING
• Contractors conspired to simultaneously submit inflated bid proposals to a company resulting in overpayments to the contractor awarded the contract.

ENTITLEMENT FRAUD
• Individuals collected financial benefits, including healthcare insurance benefits, which they were never entitled to.

CREDIT CARD FRAUD
• Individuals conspired to manufacture counterfeit driver’s licenses and credit cards and utilized them nationwide resulting in large dollar losses to financial institutions and merchants.

FALSE STATEMENTS
• Individuals knowing provided false written information and certified that the information was accurate.



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