If you believe that your private and personal life is being threatened and you need this situation investigated, contact North American Investigations (NAI) immediately. We have private investigators who can easily travel to Times Square and help you find the answers you need. Our methods are discrete and professional, so you don’t have to worry about being found out. What’s more, our services are transparent and efficient as can be, so don’t hesitate to call us for help.
NAI Will Help You Solve Your Case
Even if North American Investigation’s biggest services are surveillance and infidelity private investigations, we still have more services to offer. Working with NAI helps businesses and corporations operate smoothly, aid insurance firms and law firms with their work, and protect citizens who need our expertise. Our investigation services are as follows:
- Missing person(s) investigations
- Child custody investigations
- Criminal investigations
- Insurance investigations
- Background checks
- A whole lot more
NAI is also not afraid to back down from any case, as we can take yours to the local, national, or international level.
Call NAI Today
Call us today and we’ll schedule you a one-on-one consultation with our Chief Investigator, Darrin Giglio. During that meeting, Darrin Giglio will explain the type of situation you are in and what investigation procedures will work best for your case. He’ll also brief you on what we’ll be doing to assure you that NAI’s private investigators are on-call whenever you need them. The consultation is not mandatory and is free of charge.
About Times Square
Times Square is definitely one of New York’s most iconic commercial areas. Times Square is seen in numerous movies like the Ghostbusters, Godzilla (1998), and Captain America: The First Avenger. Times Square is also the annual site of the New Year’s Eve ball drop, which brings in millions of people. Fun fact: before Times Square was known as “Times Square” it was called Longacre Square. The name changed in 1904 when The New York Times moved its headquarters in the newly built Times Building. The building is where the New Year’s ball is annually dropped, and it has been dropping every year since 1907.