Do you need to track and monitor your cellphone? As busy private investigators based in Pattaya, Thailand, we're often asked about tracking mobile phones and how this is possible. We have experimented with hundreds of different software products and have found the best, easiest to use solution for ourselves and our clients. mSpy monitoring software is the only software package that we use ourselves and recommend to our clients. This is the most powerful software available for monitoring cell phone use and mSpy have support staff working around the clock to help you if you have any problems. Because of their fantastic support staff we have no issues recommending this product and we don't recommend anything else.
Using this software, you will be able to monitor:
Phone calls, text messages and contacts saved in the phone
Monitor WhatsApp, LINE, Facebook, Viber, Skype, iMessenger! messages
View internet history
View photos and videos taken with the bugged phone
- Live GPS locations
Click here for a full list of features and to download the software.
Many different cellphone monitors require you to jailbreak or root the device. This software has many different functions which operate without the device being jailbroken or "rooted". mSpy monitoring software works with computers, tablets, iPhones and Android devices. The installation process is very easy and takes less than 5 minutes to be fully setup. We recommend the "PREMIUM" package when placing your order. Although the basic package is cheaper it lacks many of the advanced features that make this software so great.
Using this software is very easy. Once you have purchased a subscription you will receive a download link. Simply access the download link from your mobile device and the software will automatically install itself. You will then be able to access and monitor all information from the device through an internet control panel. The spy application will be totally hidden on the device and it will be impossible to detect.
Allowing children to use internet enabled devices is a big concern for any parent, especially those who work long hours and just aren't around to see what their kids are getting up to online. Using mSpy, you will be able to view all activity from your children from anywhere in the world using the internet based control panel.
If you are not able to install this software yourself, we can even purchase a cellphone and install mSpy for you. We will then send your device to you using EMS shipping inside Thailand, you will then be able to access the mSpy control panel and monitor your own device with ease. We find that this is a great option for customers that can't install the software themselves and need a monitored cellphone inside Thailand. This software works in any country worldwide!
Please note that you are responsible for your use of this software and we will not accept liability for misuse of it.
Do you need to translate a video from Thai to English? Translation software is known to be highly unreliable as there are different dialects and accents spoken all across Thailand. Thousands of people in Thai cities originate from Isan in northern Thailand and speak the Laos dialect. These people are often from rural farming communities and travel to cities for work. Foreigners in Thailand tend to learn the 'central' dialect which is common in Bangkok and major cities.
There are many reasons you could need to translate video from Thai to English. Maybe you've heard something on a YouTube video you need to understand or have captured CCTV images on your own property and need a transcript written and translated into English so that you can understand exactly what was said.
It can be difficult for foreigners to comprehend the subtle differences between Thai dialects; and we believe that the only way to get an accurate, reliable translation of audio from video clips is to use native Thai speakers. We can translate any video, voice clip or text from any Thai dialect into English reliably and professionally. Whatever the reason we would be glad to help you and turn around the translated material in the shortest time with little or no prior notice. We appreciate you don’t have time to wait and can deliver a very fast turnaround time.
Sometimes translating video/audio from Thai into English can provide vital clues in an investigation and to find out what someone is hiding, and what their true intentions are! After all, if you don’t speak their language they could be saying anything.
Our customer testimonials are second to none and in hiring us you can be confident that you will receive a high quality service that is truly world class. Get in touch with us for a free quote, including the length of audio you need to be translated so that we can let you know our costs. We are always happy to help anyone that reaches out to us with their problem or dilemma.
There are countless unfortunate reasons why someone you care about could be locked up in Thailand. From simple drink driving to more serious accusations, thousands of foreigners find themselves behind bars in Thailand’s ruthless jail houses.
At PattayaPI, we have a proven track record of liaising with the police, tracking down prisoners and delivering messages, as well as basic aid such as food, toiletries and money.
If you are not sure that your friend or loved one has been locked up in a Thai prison or jail, we are able to discover if they have for you and keep you updated through every step of the process.
We understand that losing track of someone can be extremely stressful, especially if you suspect that they may be locked up in a developing country such as Thailand. We will work with you to deliver results as fast as possible and put your mind at ease.
We are more than just investigators, we truly care about helping foreigners that have found themselves behind bars and will endeavor to help them no matter what they have been accused of.
It can be very difficult to find a competent lawyer in Thailand that has a good level of English and will put the effort in to representing their client to the best of their abilities. We are able to put you in touch with the best lawyers in this country, guaranteeing you the best access to legal representation and the best chance of freedom.
As the saying goes, it's not what you know but who you know. This could not be truer in the land of smiles… We rely on our extensive range of contacts to assist us through investigations, securing you the best possible results as quickly as possible, all while keeping you updated in real time through every step of the process.
If you think that someone you care about may have been locked up in Thailand, get in touch with us and see how we can help you.
On our website we list tattoos as a warning sign when getting involved with a Thai lady. On the face of it this may seem judgmental, but it is not without good reason.
Tattoos in western countries are now firmly a part of pop culture. The days when tattoos were only seen on bikers, sailors and criminals are now long gone. In the west, tattoos are no longer a cause of stigma, they can be found on people from all walks of life and positions in society. Many high profile celebrities sport tattoos, and it’s not uncommon for those in respected positions to have tattoos in the USA and Europe.
In Thailand the situation is very different. Traditional Thai culture is quite reserved and conservative… You would be forgiven for thinking otherwise after spending a few nights drinking in Pattaya or any other tourist geared party area of the country.
Older generations of Thai people definitely frown on tattoos. The exception to this being sak yant, also known as “magic tattoos”, which are believed to offer the wearer protection and good fortune. These are seen much differently than images which have no religious significance.
However, sak yant tattoos are traditionally seen on Thai men. You will struggle to find sak yant , or any type of tattoo on an elderly Thai woman in the sticks of Isaan.
Fashion tattoos, or any imagery aside from sak yant, are absolutely frowned on by most elderly people in Thailand. If you’re talking about a young Thai girl, this is likely to include her parents and grandparents.
Whilst we can’t demonstrate this statistically, we know from experience that a huge bulk of women with ink have previously been involved with the sex industry. These two things seem to go at least somewhat hand in hand.
The attitude towards non-religious tattoos in Thailand is gradually shifting. Younger generations are becoming more and more tolerant of the practice as they’re exposed to it through western media, the internet, and meeting tattooed foreigners in person. There are Thai ladies with ink out there that have never been involved with the sex trade and simply enjoy this style of art work.
For the time being at least, tattoos are largely stigmatized by older generations of Thais. While we wouldn’t suggest condemning someone based solely on their appearance, the presence of tattoos can be a contributing factor when judging the character of a Thai lady.
There is no licensing system for private investigators in Thailand. We are aware that certain “PIs” are claiming to be licensed; these claims are misleading and frankly untrue.
While a company is able to be the member of an association or group, for example the Investigations WorldWide Association; this in itself does not amount to any type of license being issued, nor does it grant any special privileges to that company.
It would be a matter of semantics to argue that the membership of an association amounts to being licensed… We believe this is very straightforward and that to claim you are licensed, when there is no licensing system in place, is misleading.
We at PattayaPI would welcome the introduction of a licensing system for private investigators; this would regulate the industry and stop just anyone from claiming to be a PI. It would also (likely) give those with licenses access to government databases, otherwise off-limits to the public, which would be extremely useful to us and our clients in many different circumstances.
Many western countries do not have a licensing system and we are doubtful that the Thai government will decide to regulate this industry in the near future.
For the moment at least, you need to rely on your own judgment when deciding who to hire. We think that if someone is claiming to hold a license that they in fact do not, this should act as a massive red flag when making your decision.