Gamma Investigative Research is a fully licensed investigative firm with national and international affiliates. Our aggressive participation in national computer databases provide us with many areas of search information that assist in accessing and compiling background information on individuals and businesses. The availability of this data has become an important investigative tool contributing the valuable support required to bring your cases to a successful conclusion.
Since 1980, GIR has been providing quality investigative services for our clients. Our investigations are thorough, diligent and comprehensive. Whether it be locating a witness, compiling background information on an individual or an in depth asset investigation, the final product will reflect the high level of professionalism our clients expect from us. Regardless of the geographical location,
GIR can provide reliable information on a timely and cost effective basis.Our goal is to complete our work in accordance with your parameters, including (a) information you wish to obtain; (b) financial limits you set; and (c) time frame within which you would like to see the work completed. As is sometimes the case, it is often difficult for us to state an exact fee; because the efforts involved and the cost of obtaining certain kinds of information can vary. However, we can unquestionably work within your financial and time limitations, producing all we can within such limits.
It is our continuing objective to provide a wide assortment of useful, reliable information. Utilizing GIR for your information requirements will help reduce costs and the time frame usually associated with obtaining this information.
Whether you are an individual or affiliated with a large firm, GIR has the talent, skills and resources to handle your inquiries fast, accurately and efficiently no matter what geographical location.
If there is anything you may require that is not listed on our site, please contact us to discuss your needs. We are constantly updating our data bases and adding new information sources.
Robert L. Lesnick