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08/24/2017
By: Dr. t G.
Prestige Private Investigation Agency
Mr . Seward it saddens me that you would be so pediatric and post lies. I run a very professional and ethical agency. As I mentioned in my Cease and Desist email to you I demand you stop the lies and threats. Your illegal tactics in the case is what prompt me to report you and your actions. I can not put my agency at risk by working with someone who totally disregards the law. That was the right thing to do. Now you're being held accountable for your illegal actions. Please I beg of you to do a self evaluation and calm down. Good luck with your endeavors. I wish you well and I pray God blesses you abundantly.
08/24/2017
By: Tranessa G.
Prestige Private Investigation Agency
My experience was great and I have direct knowledge of what that creep (Edwin Seward) is talking about. He's pissed that he was caught doing Investigation work in Florida without a license and is now under investigation. In addition was arrested in the past for stalking and now has an active warrant for stalking.
Tips & Advices
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