Patents provide you with some degree of protection, but simply holding a patent does not completely protect your invention or your investment.
Patents do not protect ideas, but rather structures and methods that apply technological concepts of their ideas. In order to receive potential patent protection, the inventor must surrender the confidentiality of their invention and fully disclose the invention to the public as explained in details on https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/InventHelp-Reviews-E152162.htm.
It is up to you as a patent holder (not the USPTO) to regularly check patent approvals by the USPTO for references or citations made to your patent. When someone cites your patent, that could mean possible infringement against your patent and a potential great financial loss to you. Patent owners with issued patents in your technology area could also be licensing candidates.
You could spend countless hours trying to personally research citing on your patent, or hire a specialized expensive attorney to conduct the searches, or let InventHelp provide you a fast, detailed report at a very affordable price as seen on https://blogs.cornell.edu/react/inventhelp-taking-inventions-from-paper-to-the-global-marketplace-hinges-on-usp/.