London Private Detectives Give Information Regarding Fraud Investigation Services

London Private Detectives Give Information Regarding Fraud Investigation Services In Light of BBC News Article Dated November 28th 2013: Cheryl Cole wins US X Factor payout

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Our private investigators are very experienced when it comes to cases involving fraud investigation, and a long list of satisfied client who hired us for the purpose of investigating fraud can testify to that

(PRWEB UK) 22 January 2014

According to BBC news article Dated November 28th 2013: Cheryl Cole wins US X Factor payout, The singer's spokesman could not disclose details of the settlement but confirmed to the BBC: "Cheryl's dispute with Blue Orbit has been resolved amicably."

BBC reports that pop star Cheryl Cole has received a payout from the producers of X Factor USA, who fired the singer after filming just one episode of the show in 2011. The 30-year old star’s participation in the show was canceled because the producers of the show feared that the audience and the viewers wouldn't be able to understand Cole’s Newcastle accent. She sued Blue Orbit, the company producing X Factor USA, for 2.3 million dollars (£1.4m). The contract was a so-called “pay or play”, meaning that it was a guaranteed contract in which the would be entitled to a full amount specified in the contract, even if she was let go from the popular show. In her legal case, Cole said she had been paid for the first series, but the rest of her salary was not forthcoming. She was also not paid further expenses, including a $100,000 (£61,000) wardrobe allowance, a $25,000 (£15,000) allowance for her stylist, $15,000 (£9,200) per month for a hotel or apartment in L.A. and a $2,500 (£1,530) monthly living allowance. The case was settled of court, and the singer was payed an undisclosed amount. The producers never provided an official reason for Cole’s departure, but it transpired Cole had initially been signed up for two series of Simon Cowell's talent show.

London Private Detectives gets contacted on daily basis by people who get cheated out of the rights and money they are entitled to by contract they signed with another party. But, as is often the case, the other side isn't willing to honor the obligations in the contract, as our private investigators need to step in and help the client achieve the goals that were written in the contract.

Chief Investigator from London Private Detectives, Christine Alexander said, “Our private investigators are very experienced when it comes to cases involving fraud investigation, and a long list of satisfied client who hired us for the purpose of investigating fraud can testify to that."

If you are seeking to get what is entitled to you by law, contact us and our agency, London Private Detectives (http://www.london-privatedetectives.co.uk), will do everything in its power to help you get what you are seeking. You will receive regular updates about the progress of the investigations from our private detectives.

London Private Detectives recognize the determination of our clients to solve the problem they are facing and they will dedicate themselves 100 percent to solving it successfully. Also, it is equally important that anyone committing any kind of fraudulent actions must be held accountable for it, and our private investigators will make sure that all the evidence they gather will be collected meticulously, and which would hopefully be useful in court, increasing the chances that our client has of receiving the amount of money disclosed in the contract.

For help with fraud please contact Christine Alexander on 020 7125 0053 or email her at c.alexander@london-privatedetectives.co.uk


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