Employee Theft Didcot

Employee Theft Didcot

We at Private Investigator Didcot understand the consequences that employee theft has on your business. Employee theft for one of our customers in Didcot cost them over £25,000.

We feel our experience of fighting employee theft in Didcot, Blewbury, Sutton Courtenay, Cholsey and Abingdon, makes us ideally placed to help local businesses. Please phone our Didcot number, 01235 603014, or email us at employeetheft@private-investigator-didcot.co.uk.

Our employee theft services covers Didcot and Blewbury, Sutton Courtenay, Cholsey, and Abingdon.

There are many ways in which an employee can steal. Examples of cases we have dealt with are:

  • Fuel theft from a haulage firm in Blewbury.
  • Theft of local customers in Sutton Courtenay from a security business in Didcot.
  • Customer database theft from a recruitment company in Cholsey.
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