If there's one thing college teaches students, it's that research is king -- put in the effort and your paper could be great, but ignore it and risk finding out too late the person who's writing it for you went to state school. Letting you hire pre-vetted peeps to do your real-world leg-work: We Go Look.
Helping you secure a first-person look at things too far for you to personally vet, WGL employs a scattered army of minions you can bid to check out and report back on pretty much anything you want, from the legitimacy of a pricey eBay item, to the condition of your vacation home, which, considering they're an army, may be worse after they leave it. Three levels of verification are offered: the Basic Look, confirming the existence/VIN #/brand of a particular item and providing three photos as evidence; the more exhaustive Preferred Look, which adds confirmation the item's in working order, provides a general condition observation, and ups photos to 10; and the Field Look, which involves gathering info and photographing particular locales, e.g., "check the condition of a loved one's grave site" or "look at potential wedding facilities", assuming they can take photos of does not exist. For the Basic/Preferred packages, you'll need to get consent from the seller and fill out a "report" with specific deets (address of seller, eBay item #, what info is a priority, etc.), which they'll send off to the closest "Looker" to complete; they claim the whole process should only take three business days, though checking the condition of any DVD collections could easily take Another 48 Hours.
If what you need doesn't fall under any of the three outlined packages, there's also an option to request more custom services, from "delivering important documents across the USA", to "verifying an online dating match in person", a process that when ignored may leave you finding out too late your date went to Williams.