Repair Overcharges Are A White Collar Crime Investigation, White
Collar, Corporate Crimes is when the yard management engages in
overpricing the repair invoice to increase their profits.
Repair Defective Work Is A Blue Collar Crime Investigation. Blue Collar
Fraud is when yard workers do not replace, fail to inspect or mislead the
marina management, vessel owners or yacht captain that the repairs were
completed with new parts etc.
Marina Fraud is similar to organized
crime. An agreement by the owner, management and the yard employees to
falsify repairs, engage in misleading work, or complete the repairs with
used parts, unauthorized items and inflated hours.
What Was Charged.
Yard Repairs, What Was Charged? What Repairs
Were Completed? As A Florida Private Investigators. I am also a licensed
U.S.C.G Captain, Fraud Examiner and able to conduct investigations in
regards to your yacht repairs and the expenses.
Investigations. Many Florida residence are boat owners and our agency
shares their concerns of their boat, and marine property.
investigate maritime accidents to determine faults and cause(s) of the
incident, then determine who is responsible for accident or damages.
But most marinas have their full time staff working on your boat. It
is our investigators who determine the dates, times, number of employees
or quality of services that are being committed to repairing your
vessel. We also determine if the marina has sub-contracted other
maintenance personal to work on your vessel. Marina Overcharges, Are
White Collar Crimes.
Yard Repair Overcharges Is A White Collar
Crime. The Investigations Of White Collar, Maritime Crimes Include,
Employee Thefts, Stealing, Organized Fraud.
To Initiate A Yacht
Repairs Investigation, Our Agents Review Marina Repairs, The Costs And
Time Spent and The Billing Invoice.
This investigations of marina
repairs will be conducted in a in a timely manner. I provide my client
with a verification of your Yacht's Marina Repairs.
Services, Work Was Completed? Responsible boat owners we all have to
maintain or repairs or vessel for a variety of reasons. At times we may
have our own boat mechanic or captain supervising these task which is
the best case scenario.
Yard Repairs Investigations. My goal is
to provide the client with an detailed marine investigation. Your yard
repairs investigation will be timely and accurate. I always provide the
client with a verification of the repairs.
Yacht Repairs Investigations.
During my times in South
Florida I have conducted numerous vessel yard repair verifications and
my investigations indicate that you should always verify every part,
nut, bolt and paint type that you were charged for.
Maintenance And Yacht Repairs Investigations Of False Work, Parts,
Labor. Yacht Repair Fraud, Overcharges, Defective Repairs. We Are
Licensed Florida Private Investigators. Contact Our Agency If You Have
Additional Questions, (954) 768- 9222.
Some Of Our
Verify: Proper and Safe Hauling Of Both Sail or
Verify: Storage: both inside or outside conditions.
Verify: Engine Work : The work on diesel, gas, engines and outboard
Verify: Plumbing: The work on manual or pressurized
Verify: Electrical: Work done on electrical issues,
wiring, defective units.
Verify: Rigging: Work completed on
vessel rigging systems - sailboats furling systems, standing/running
rigging, wire swaging and wire-to-rope splicing.
The purchase of new sails or the cleaning. storage, repair to current
Verify: Fiberglass Repairs: Work, fiberglass, glass,
epoxies repairs, verify if Awl-grip painting (topsides, deck, cabins, or
just touch up).
Verify: Varnish: Work completed to bright finish,
thickness and products, varnish used. and painting type of paint..
Verify: Mooring: Inspection of anchor type, mooring line, size and
condition, line fiber, your vessel depth at low low tide. I have a
detailed checklist to investigate marina or yard repairs.
or Transportation Checks
Verify: Towing/ Delivery: Verify who is
towing or transporting your vessel, towing vehicle capabilities, the
driver, their license and experience.
Route: if necessary follow your vessel to it's final destination.