Imagine your surprise, accompanied by that "I've-just-been-punched-in-the-gut" feeling, when the first booth inside the door is YOUR company's executive email list booth staffed by a couple of well known coworkers and a person or two from your Human Resources department. "Why Cory, what are you doing here?" the admin assistant from HR asks, as four executive email list pairs of eyes bore into to you like some evil demon guarding the secret passage in the latest Play Station game. Then, contact a professional TS CM provider outside your physical area of executive email list concern using a phone that you believe is not bugged! This means making contact with the TS CM provider from an area outside of your office, car or home.
A professional eavesdropper will target executive email list locations/places where he/she expects you will feel comfortable to discuss information freely. That means your office, elevator, car, cell phone; purse, wallet, bedroom, etc. are all choice bugging executive email list targets for an eavesdropper. Where you feel comfortable, you will discuss confidential, proprietary or personal information that is valuable to an eavesdropper. You must also consider that the executive email list eavesdropper may expect a local TS CM company will be called in to handle your assignment. So, hiring a TS CM service provider who is located outside of your geographical executive email list area, who operates in a covert manner, may be your best option.
And, you must consider that if an illegal executive email list eavesdropper has your company or executives under electronic audio surveillance, they may also be performing some degree of visual surveillance of your company or executives as well. Nothing executive email list can sound an alarm to an illegal eavesdropper like a van with a TS CM company logo arriving at your office or home. Discreet is best! Why not let the eavesdropper know you are executive email list onto them?If the eavesdropper suspects you are aware of the illegal activity, they are likely to remove the spying devices at the first perceived "safe" opportunity -- particularly if the perpetrator is executive email list an employee, part of the cleaning crew, etc.