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PRESS RELEASE - 04/07/2013

We have this morning heard an accusation the source of which is apparently Ricardo Patino, the Ecuadorian Foreign Minister suggesting that we have bugged the Ecuadorian Embassy. This is completely untrue. The Surveillance Group do not and have never been engaged in any activities of this nature. We have not been contacted by any member of the Ecuadorian Government and our first notification about this incident was via the press this morning. This is a wholly untrue assertion.

Timothy Young

CEO

The Growth of the Surveillance Industry in Today’s Society

Fraud and crime costs businesses and the Government billions of pounds every year, from insurancefraud and employment disputes to drugs, counterfeiting and organised crime. Due to the high profilenature of many of these cases, it was only a matter of time before the industry attracted mediaattention in the form of newspaper headlines and documentaries, highlighting success stories andconvictions. Organisations saw the media as a way of fighting back against organised crime and tomake an example out of those involved. They were willing to work with the media, by providingthem with information about high profile cases, to show these individuals that crime doesn’t pay.

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TSG intelligence nets £1m of fake goods

Counterfeit goods with a street value of more than £1million have been seized following a raid on a UK Market yesterday (Sunday).
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Bodybuilder who claimed £2.3 million is jailed

A bodybuilder who claimed £2.3 million for car crash that left him 'mute and brain damaged' was caught on camera by The Surveillance Group as he worked out at gym.

- Michael Richards was also filmed driving despite claim he needed constant care

- Jailed for four months for contempt of court

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Press Release

PRESS RELEASE - 04/07/2013 We have this morning heard an accusation the source of which is...

The Growth of the Surveillance Industry …

Fraud and crime costs businesses and the Government billions of pounds every year, from insurancefraud...

TSG intelligence nets £1m of fake goods

Counterfeit goods with a street value of more than £1million have been seized following a...

Bodybuilder who claimed £2.3 million is …

A bodybuilder who claimed £2.3 million for car crash that left him 'mute and brain...

Brand Protection Triumph for TSG

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TSG footage leads to another successful …

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Retired Officer Busted For Insurance Fra…

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Joanne Kirk found in contempt

Joanne Kirk has been found in contempt of court for inflating a claim for...

Compo claimant facing jail

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Woman who won £25,000 damages after cras…

A woman is facing a unique High Court bid to put her behind bars...

'Faker' crash victim could face prison

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'Seriously disabled' lorry driver in £1m compensation bid from crash is caught out after...

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