Sometimes investigators will conduct a pretext contact before beginning surveillance. That will include a telephone call to your house, or even contact with your neighbors.
Some surveillance companies will go so far as to even call your doctors, place of employment or any other place that you regularly associate with to determine if you are present. They also in the context of this call or contact will ask questions about your activities so that they can be better prepared to conduct surveillance.
Be careful of calls that you might receive from people you don’t know asking questions about whether you are home or about your activities. Also be sure to warn your friends and family about surveillance pretext calls.
If you believe that you are the subject of surveillance by the Long Term Disability carrier contact Nancy Cavey, the Long Term Disability surveillance expert who has written the go to guide.