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  1. What is TSCM? TSCM (bug sweep) is the physical and electronic examination of a designated area by properly trained, qualified and equipped persons in an attempt to discover electronic eavesdropping devices, security hazards or security weaknesses.
  2. What is a bug?  A covert or hidden listening device that typically contains a radio transmitter and microphone
  3. What is wiretapping?  An interception of telephone communication through the telephone signal
  4.  What are some of the most popular reasons for conducting a bug sweep? – Suspicion that business or personal conversations are being intercepted – Suspicion of the existence of a listening device – Noise, static, interference, or fluctuations on the telephone lines – Sudden continuous or intermittent interference to various systems including TV, radio, wireless communications – Information leaks – Your office or home shows signs of unexplained disturbance – Electrical sockets, wall plates or fixtures and fittings seem to have been moved or are not straight when no work has been undertaken – Disturbance to office furniture, office equipment, ornaments or drawers and no explanation for this can be found – Unscheduled workmen turn up to perform maintenance work on the air conditioning, plumbing, electrics, telephone cabling etc.
  5. Where are bugs typically hidden? As technology improves cameras and eavesdropping devices are getting better and smaller. Small cameras can be hidden anywhere now and they may be disguised as anything from pens to clock radios, to smoke detectors and many more clever disguises.
  6. How is my cell phone targeted? Through a program that downloads spy software to a cell phone calls can be recorded, web history may be viewed, and sounds from the surroundings of the phone can be recorded.
  7. What areas or equipment are normally swept? Depending on the potential threat Bugged.com will sweep designated rooms, offices, entire buildings, phones, fax machines, office equipment, electrical wiring and outlets, ventilation systems, appliances, furnishings, ceilings, under floors, and virtually anywhere that listening devices or video surveillance systems may be hidden. We can also sweep for the presence of hidden Global Positioning Systems (GPS) that may be secretly installed to track the location of vehicles.
  8. Who is a typical client of Bugged.com? Everyone is a potential target. For this reason Bug sweeps are conducted in a variety of environments and for a variety of clients.  Bugged.com serves government agencies, businesses, celebrities, professional athletes, law firms, law enforcement agencies, and private individuals.
  9. Why should I use Bugged.Com? Our bug sweep specialists have over 30 years of experience in conducting sweeps for electronic listening devices and hidden cameras. Our technicians are NSA, CIA, and IDF trained. We use state of the art equipment to detect and locate bugs, hidden cameras, and GPS tracking devices. Our pricing is competitive, and we provide prompt and professional service
  10.  What if a hidden camera is disconnected or turned off? We are able to detect, locate, and identify hidden cameras whether they are on or off.
  11. What if a bug/bugging device is disconnected or turned off? Our highly trained technicians can find these devices whether are on or off. Using of state of art equipment we can detect and locate any level of threat whether they are hidden in walls, ceilings, floors, furnishings or electronics etc.
  12. How do I schedule a sweep with Bugged.com? Bugged.com can generally dispatched an ex-NSA/CIA trained technician to your home or place of business within 72 hours. You may schedule a service visit via the “contact us” form on this website, or you may call us at 877-947-3827. We treat all inquiries and service orders with the highest degree of confidentiality.
  13.   Will the sweep be discrete? Absolutely, our technicians will arrive in unmarked vehicles and will conduct the sweep at your preferred time. This can be done after operating hours if you are a business
  14.   If a bug/hidden camera is found, will it disabled or removed? The TSCM technician will make a recommendation based on your specific circumstance.
  15. Will Bugged.com provide any documentation of bugs found? Yes. A post operation report will be provided soon a detailing any findings and the procedures used during the inspection.

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