April 2016 
Volume 7  
Issue 12      
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About Us


Since 2000 BCSI has performed hundreds of successful investigations.


Our integrated team of investigators and support services ensure that the investigations are conducted in a timely fashion with leading edge techniques. 


BCSI is considered the platinum standard of the industry based on the quality and the wide spectrum of its services as well as the expertise of the investigators.

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It is nearly impossible to completely prevent having your identity stolen.   In this age of information, there is plentiful data about each of us that is fairly easy to access. Many different avenues can be used to get your information, and some of them you would never suspect.
Hard copies of your personal info are available in the form of mail, which can be taken out of your residential mailbox, your trash or your recycling.  Scammers may try posing as a potential employer and asking you to send a resume or application, or by knocking on your door and acting as a sales or repair person and getting your info through a bogus order form.
Scammers might try to get your info over the phone by posing as a charitable organization and asking for donations, saying you've won "free" tickets to an event, flight, or vacation but need to pay the taxes, or by selling you an item or service at a price that is too good to be true, with a very urgent limited time offer.

Or they can get your information through the internet, via email or other software or devices:
  • By posing as a popular company, and sending an email with fake "order confirmation" or statement, with a link to a legitimate looking website where you would enter your username and password, which gives the scammer all they need to access your real account.

  • By using Trojan Horse viruses, planted in chat rooms, and music and game downloads. These viruses are able to extract your personal information, passwords, and credit cards that you've used online. They can infect your address book and anyone that you send an email to will get infected and have their information poached.
BCSI investigators are experienced in dealing with fraud and identity theft. If you think you have been a victim of a identity theft, please contact our office today.  Call us for a free consultation at 604-922-6572.