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You don't have to give any answers to anyone. You certainly shouldn't give them any information that could possibly be used against you. You certainly shouldn't give any information to them if they don't clearly tell you what you are accused of, because they are just fishing for information. The most important things would be to tell you where and when the ...


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It is illegal to advertise yourself as a "Private Investigator." However, businesses under the name of "흥신소(background checkers)" is legal and their scope of operation is hard to distinguish from that of Private Investigators. Therefore, it is not illegal to hire someone to collect evidence, interview witnesses as long as those actives are within the bounds ...


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There's a critical reference in your description. At some point in the incident, you write, "They lost the car." This means that there is a considerable possibility of error on the part of the claimant. Anyone can take photos of your car in a parking lot. It is meaningless in itself. If the claimant also suggests that a male was driving the car, it ...


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