Private Invastigators Greece Pricing Services
One of the many indications that a Private Invastigators Greece - Detective agency operates more as a profession than as a simple job, is the fact that the value of the outcome of its service, in the vast majority of cases, is several times higher than the price quoted to the customer.
Like many other things in the part of our lives to do with transactions, pricing is a function of the cost of performing a service. Therefore, all companies that provide or claim to provide the same service will compete in the eyes of a potential client, by the amount of fees quoted. Unlike tangible products, the service does not have the result of the repayment evident in advance, so that the purchaser may see and assess whether the product is worth its price to him. Moreover, and justifiably so, as the provision of the service involves costs to the provider irrespective of outcome, costs not otherwise being incurred, there is usually a deposit requested in advance to the indicative amount of 50% of the total remuneration.
It would be ideal if we could bring the service-selling case as close to the case of selling products as possible, so that you could look and examine the item you are about to purchase. That was one of the reasons we installed the Quality Management System ISO 9001/2008 in our business. According to this system, we specify in the minutest detail the service that the principal will get from us, although results cannot be predicted, as they depend on the outcome of each individual case. We analyze all possible scenarios for our principal, who agrees in writing that he has knowledge of all aspects of the case, how we should handle each aspect of it, to what extent he wants his prior approval taken into account and how often he should be updated on its progress.
Since we have standardized the cases we handle as far as possible without compromising the customization element of each, we are confident you will find us fully competitive in our pricing. We urge people who, for whatever reason, need to turn to private investigation firms, during their contact with them to satisfy themselves about what they agree that their money will cover. Only then will the comparison between different providers be on the same terms and the principal not be disappointed for his choice of PI.
There is no doubt that legislation alone cannot address the specifics of every case, as they are individually complex. It is up to each P.I. Agency to formulate not only the principles of confidentiality under which it operates, but also the way th...