Saturday, July 21, 2018

Lie-Detector Thousand Oaks

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Oxnard polygraph

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Polygraph Anaheim

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Monday, July 16, 2018

Pasadena California polygraph

Polygraph test in Pasadena

Good Work: California polygraph examiner

A client writes: "Thank you for your service today! After we left your office and went home we sat and talked. She confessed to her infidelities. We are going to work this out. I would give you five stars if I knew where to do it".

Client had girlfriend tested on one question about a specific guy: "Did you ever have sexual intercourse with ____ ______?" Girlfriend received fail scores every time she answered No.

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: He failed client on a question. Client said the fail was clearly due to needing one word changed in the question. Examiner would not change the wording.

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: He said the client failed on a question. Client said the fail was clearly due to needing one word changed in the question. Examiner would not change the wording.

(No public identifiers are listed. If you recognize yourself here, and if the complaint is true, correct the situation for the future. Courtesy of Polygraph Examiners Of America, www.peoa.US )

Recent past complaints: N
Examiner gender: M

All per client:

Client paid $350 for a test on himself, to show his current wife that although he was a cheater in past relationships, he had never cheated on his current wife. Examiner asked "Have you ever cheated on your wife?" Client answered No. Examiner said You Failed. Client said "Since I have cheated on my prior wife, please change the wording to "Have you ever cheated on your CURRENT wife" or Have you ever cheated on your wife MARY". Examiner refused to ask a modified question.

Client then found a more experienced examiner at about half the price. The question was asked using the proper wording. Client passed.

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Wednesday, July 11, 2018