What's the difference between a professional spy and a private investigator, and how would you become one?
Become a professional spy or private investigator, I mean.
Asked By: N - 7/5/2009
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To become a Private Investigator, you have to have three years of experience as an investigator. To become a spy, you wait around until someone recognizes your talents and invites you to lunch then offers you a small job, then meets you later and asks you for a slightly bigger one, and so on.
Answered By: mhmd - 7/5/2009
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Generally speaking, a "Spy" is someone who covertly works for a government agency, such as the C.I.A.. A Private Investigator is an investigator who may be employed by an insurance company, or private firm, to investigate different sort of activities, ranging from insurance fraud to who knows what else.
Answered By: Aaron - 7/5/2009
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