Friday, February 01, 2013

WBI Seeking Information On A & E Surveillance and Investigations With Owner Eddie Starr at 2121 Main St Sarasota Fl.


 
According to their website, http://aesurveillance-investigations.info/ ," A & E Surveillance and Investigations utilize licensed individuals and agencies registered with the Florida Department of Public Safety".  There is no Florida Department of Public Safety, all private detective agencies in the State of Florida are regulated and licensed by the Florida Division of Licensing.

A & E  Surveillance and Investigations use an address of 2121 Main St Sarasota Fl, as of today, 2/01/2013, there is no A & E Surveillance and Investigations at this location.

A & E Surveillance and Investigations use a Sarasota based cell phone, 941-330-1994, a call made to this number on Thursday January 31st 2013 revealed a man answering with "investigations", when asked of this man what was his Florida private investigators license was or what the Florida Agency license was for A & E  Surveillance and Investigations he hung up.

Be aware that A & E Surveillance and Investigations paid to get a listing on Angie's List, but in reality they are not a licensed private detective agency nor is anyone supposedly working there a licensed private detective, see Angie's List CLICK HERE.

There is no A & E Surveillance and Investigations listed with the Florida Division of Licensing and/or the Florida Department of Corporations, if you have had any contact with A & E Surveillance and Investigations in Sarasota Fl please contact Bill Warner PI at 941-926-1926.  The Florida Division of Licensing is seeking anyone who has had contact with or paid A & E Surveillance and Investigations a fee.




First Arrest for Unlicensed Private Investigation Activity & DOL Report. Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Florida Man First Individual Arrested Under New Florida Law
Prohibiting Unlicensed Investigative Activity
Written by John P. Belich see http://www.fali.org/news/142747/.
A Florida man, formerly licensed as a private investigator and former owner of a private investigative agency, has become the first individual arrested for violating the new Florida statute on providing private investigative services without being properly licensed. The new statute, providing for enhanced penalties, went into effect July 1, 2013.
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) , Law Enforcement Division, arrested Fernando J. Rodriguez, 39, on August 28, 2013 in Sanford, FL. Rodriguez was booked into the Seminole County Jail and charged with two felony counts of violation of FS 493.612 for providing unlicensed private investigative activities and one charge of fraud, uttering a forged instrument, in violation of FS 831.02. The fraud charge is due to the fact that Rodriguez is accused of presenting an invoice for his unlicensed private investigative services, containing a false G license number. Bond was set at $1,050 and Rodriguez was released after the bond was posted by a bondsman. His arraignment is set for October 29, 2013 at 1:30 pm. Records indicate that Rodriguez signed an affidavit of indigency and asked the court to appoint an attorney to represent him, see DOL and Ag Law Report Fernando Rodriguez



Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com