LATEST NEWS

Warning issued over romance fraud

by Jon Fawcett on 11 February 2019

The National Fraud and Cyber Crime Reporting Centre has issued a very unromantic warning ahead of Valentine's Day. Read more...

Amazon founder accuses National Enquirer of blackmail

by Lynne Waldie on 8 February 2019

Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, has hit out at the parent company of tabloid newspaper the National Enquirer, accusing them of "blackmail" and "extortion." Read more...

Protecting your intellectual property

by Lynne Waldie on 30 January 2019

Conflict International has taken the step to register the business as a trade mark with the Intellectual Property Office. Read more...

How hackers can control your phone

by Jon Fawcett on 28 January 2019

Cyber security experts have often warned about the risks of using free wi-fi. Here's a demonstration of how easy it is to take control of your phone and your personal information. Read more...

Surveillance on the ski slopes

by Lynne Waldie on 11 January 2019

Conflict International's comprehensive intelligence and surveillance service for high-net-worth individuals often takes us to ski resorts around the world. Read more...

Ransom demand for missing billionaire's wife

by Jon Fawcett on 10 January 2019

Police in Norway say the wife of a billionaire property developer, who has been missing for 10 weeks, has probably been kidnapped. Read more...

Amazon founder and wife to divorce

by Jon Fawcett on 10 January 2019

Just days after the annual peak in enquiries about marital breakdown, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos and wife MacKenzie have announced they are to divorce. Read more...

Spike expected today in divorce enquiries

by Lynne Waldie on 7 January 2019

7th January is being dubbed 'Divorce Day' by many solicitors and relationship support services with a significant spike in enquiries about divorce. Read more...

Conflict helps free US student from Chinese jail

by Lynne Waldie on 13 November 2018

Conflict New York's Operations Director has been instrumental in securing the release of an American student held in a Chinese jail. Read more...

Mike LaCorte joins leading security consultancy

by Lynne Waldie on 9 November 2018

Conflict CEO Mike LaCorte has joined the World Institute for Security Enhancement. Read more...

Conflict CEO elected Chairman of World Association of Detectives

by Lynne Waldie on 5 October 2018

Conflict International CEO Mike LaCorte has been elected as Chairman of the World Association of Detectives at their Annual Conference in Las Vegas. Read more...

WAD featured on Daily Mail website

by Lynne Waldie on 2 October 2018

The work of the World Association of Detectives has been featured by the Daily Mail on their website. Read more...

Conflict New York appoints Operations Director

by Mark Matthews on 1 October 2018

Private Investigator Stephen Komorek is joining Conflict International’s New York office in a new role of Operations Director. Read more...

World Association of Detectives in Las Vegas this week

by Lynne Waldie on 24 September 2018

Some of the world's leading private investigators are in Las Vegas for The World Association of Detectives Annual Conference. Read more...

DIY detective work costs amateur sleuth a fortune

by Lynne Waldie on 7 September 2018

A $50 bug on an iPhone cost an amateur detective any claim to his ex-wife's fortune after he recorded her private conversations. Read more...

Matchmaker claims half of divorce settlement

by Jon Fawcett on 7 September 2018

A matchmaker is reported as saying he has a contract for half of a divorce settlement from a couple he introduced to each other.Read more...

Conflict at GSX Conference in Las Vegas

by Lynne Waldie on 9 August 2018

Conflict International's Mike LaCorte and Roger Bescoby will be hosting a lecture at the Global Security Exchange conference in Las Vegas this September. Read more...

Conflict International logo