About Audit Masters

Dee discussing the job with officers of the Aurora, CO PD.

Dee discussing the job with officers of the Aurora, CO PD.

Dee Garza speaking at the NOBLE conference in Pittsburgh PA

Dee Garza speaking at the NOBLE conference in Pittsburgh PA

Dee fills in a future auditor with info about an upcoming fight.

Dee fills in a future auditor with info about an upcoming fight.

We’ve been in business since 1994, and over that time Audit Masters has employed hundreds of independent auditors. Tapping motivated individuals to work independently to help stop piracy in the field, we pull heavily from the law enforcement community, where we find individuals with the skills required for the job, and desire to provide part-time service in an effort to stop the theft of PPV signals.

Dee Garza presenting awards to national advisors of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Honor Justice Society for outstanding results in Anti-Piracy efforst by Advisors and Students at a conference in San Diego, California.

Dee Garza presenting awards to national advisors of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Honor Justice Society for outstanding results in Anti-Piracy efforst by Advisors and Students at a conference in San Diego, California.

Many of the best people who work for us come from law enforcement. It takes a certain kind of person to do this job. They need good observational skills, motivation, and goal orientation. Police have all of these skills, and more. That’s why we’ve done outreach in the law enforcement community, including sponsorship of a scholarship for students who intend to wear the badge.

Mr. Garza speaking at the National Latino Police Officer's Association convention in Dallas, 2012

Mr. Garza speaking at the National Latino Police Officer’s Association convention in Dallas, 2012

“I have been working with Dee for a few years now; the 1st time I went out, I caught 7 pirates. When Dee calls with a gig I am always ready to go, I know two things are going to
happen:
1. I am going to bust some bars engaged in illegal activity
2. I am going to make some decent money for the night
I also get a personal satisfaction from the fact that some of these bars will be closing and when a bar that was a detriment to the community is closed, the community as a whole is better off, to me, as a law enforcement officer, it is a win, win situation.”

Leading Auditor, Jeff Mallow.

Leading Auditor, Jeff Mallow.

-Jeff Mallow, Law Enforcement, Miami Dade, FL