Old man = my dad. "friend" = my dads business partner. So my old man flipped he's plate on dinner table and got mad for everybody. Later I had a chat with him. He owns a big furniture factory with he's friend. They used to work together in furniture factory, but my old man wanted to expand and do fit-outs too. Someone orders a job from the factory and he does the fit-out and the factory provides the furnitures. Unfortunately the invoice goes to the office which is inside the factory. So my old man never sees the costs and etc... Today he finally told me that the business isn't doing too good. He's been working 12-15 hour days 6-7 days a week for 3 years. Last year the business went -$250,000 down. He's suspecting that he's friend is taking more than just the whole pie. So no wonder he finally flipped out. He's not starting his own business for fit-outs as the job orders are coming mainly from the factory. So he can't quit the business. What he really wants is a proof that he's friend is stealing from him. So I asked him why he doesn't go through the paper work. "The guy (friend) keeps changing the numbers". Why don't you have a chat with the guys who orders the job? "They won't give me the figures. My friend must have said something to them". This sounds bit fishy to me, but my old man asked a favour so I'm trying to figure out something. So I got two ideas. 1. I did a keyword research for the fit-outs and it's lucrative niche and low competition. So I could set him up with the guy who orders the fitout jobs from the factory with a website (Because he can't do just fitouts. Customers want the whole package). This way the "friend" couldn't touch the numbers. 2. I could spy on the "friend". I would need to be able to see the prints and the computer screen. So if anyone knows how I could spy/copy all the prints he's getting I would appreciate that. I can access the office anytime. I also thought setting a keyword spy to his computer, but I doubt it would be enough. And I doubt I can do something similar to "teamviewer" without him to notice the software running on background. I also thought about putting a small microphone chip to his "phonewallet". What you guys think? The whole thing sounds bit fishy to me. But I want to help my old man somehow.