Saturday, July 4, 2020

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: although the ads show a nice office building, the address was to an old house. Paid $350. Said inappropriate comments. He hooked up client to a blood pressure cuff and no other attachments. It was an old antique polygraph, no computer involved. No attachments were made to stomach, chest or fingers. Blood pressure cuff pumped so high it hurt badly from start. Said a licensed Private Investigator since 1980s. Said failed. Not true results, not a real polygraph test. Then client realized that this 'PI' or 'polygraph examiner" doesn't even have a website.

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: although the ads show a nice office building, the address was to an old house. Paid $350. Said inappropriate comments. He hooked up client to a blood pressure cuff and no other attachments. It was an old antique polygraph, no computer involved. No attachments were made to stomach, chest or fingers. Blood pressure cuff pumped so high it hurt badly from start. Said a licensed Private Investigator since 1980s. Said failed. Not true results, not a real polygraph test. Then client realized that this 'PI' or 'polygraph examiner' doesn't even have a website.

Recent past complaints about this examiner: Y

Examiner gender: M

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: Client arrived with the quoted $350, after looking around, Client told Examiner that he wasn't comfortable with what he saw (read why below) and that he was going to contact another examiner instead. Examiner tried to change client's mind, including badmouthing other examiners. Client went to a more experienced examiner, paid less, and got accurate results.

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: Client arrived with the quoted $350, after looking around, Client told Examiner that he wasn't comfortable with what he saw (read why below) and that he was going to contact another examiner instead. Examiner tried to change client's mind, including badmouthing other examiners. Client went to a more experienced examiner, paid less, and got accurate results.

Recent past complaints about this examiner: Y

Examiner gender: M

Client arrived with the questions and cash payment ready. After talking to examiner, it was felt to be 'not legit'. Client said it was a rent-by-the-hour office, not a polygraph office, so it was felt that the examiner must be a part-timer who doesn't do enough polygraph work per month to rent a regular office. Client told examiner that he was going to talk to other examiners before getting tested. Examiner, apparently already committed to rent the office for the hour, tried to dissuade Client from using examiner's competitors.

Same day, Client went to a more experienced examiner with a long-time professional polygraph office, paid less than the part-time examiner would have cost, and got professional results.

Saturday, June 20, 2020

310 area code guy asking for a fake polygraph report

310 area code guy asking for a fake polygraph report

No real examiner does anything other than to hang up on him.

PEOA was the first polygraph entity to provide polygraph training and other meetings by video conferencing

PEOA was the first polygraph entity to provide polygraph training and other meetings by video conferencing

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Friday, June 19, 2020

253 area code person calling examiners asking for a fake polygraph pass report for himself as to fool his wife, asking for the fake report to be ready before he arrives. Said it was 'an emergency'.

253 area code person calling examiners asking for a fake polygraph pass report for himself as to fool his wife, asking for the fake report to be ready before he arrives. Said it was 'an emergency'.

Although he was using a Tacoma WA phone number, he said he was in City of Industry CA.


He didn't like it when he was called a moron and hung up on . . .

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner; yet after all her threats and after all was investigated, it simply was that client was hoping her husband would fail yet he didn't

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner; yet after all her threats and after the matter was investigated, it simply was that client was hoping her husband would fail yet he didn't

Recent past complaints about this examiner: N

Examiner gender: M

Husband suggested he take a polygraph test to show he was a faithful husband.

They arrived at examiner's office after having put much thought and time into the writing of questions they wanted to be used for testing. Note: the actual longest part of a Federal 3-part polygraph test is The Pre-Test, where the questions are developed-- correctly, they took all the time they wanted in writing them and fine-tuning them instead AT HOME.

Husband completed testing, was found to have easily passed.

The next day, wife contacted Examiner and said another examiner badmouthed their choice of Examiner, so she wanted her money back. Examiner offered peer review and other accommodation; wife talked about legal action and online complaints and more if her money wasn't returned.

Peer-review of the charts brought the same NDI opinion.

Nasty threats and texts continued, so a neutral examiner with no connection to this client or test became involved.

It was pointed out to Wife that:
-- if indeed a competitor examiner did bad-mouth Examiner, she needs to get that in writing with his signature. Neutral examiner has filed libel lawsuits against other examiners in the past, the profession learning from his willingness to 'go legal', so such a phony badmouthing to be put in writing would never happen (IF this badmouthing examiner actually exists)
-- chart review by others showed that all guidelines were followed
-- chart review by others has brought the same NDI (No Deception Indicated) scoring
-- her own husband was not tested elsewhere obtaining opposite results
-- her claiming that 4 questions maximum was unfair actually is Federal guidelines maximum
-- a re-test by a neutral examiner at no cost could be arranged
-- her own husband (who was tested) verifies that he was telling the truth
-- she admits there is no proof that Examiner's opinion was wrong
-- in a nutshell, all her anger is because she didn't get fail results
-- her being unhappy with the results does not make them wrong

This polygraph blog has had more than 70,000 views

This polygraph blog has had more than 70,000 views

Increase in viewership in past months is attributed to
--more persons wanting to start a polygraph business
--more persons looking to buy a used polygraph instrument
--more persons with polygraph businesses looking to increase their business
--more persons leaving law enforcement careers and wanting to be in a related occupation

323 area code person telephoning examiners, seeking help to falsely pass a relationship polygraph test

323 area code person telephoning examiners, seeking help to falsely pass a relationship polygraph test

Examiners have told him to F off.

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Arizona and Montana polygraph examiners needed

Arizona and Montana polygraph examiners needed

Thanks to PEOA's strong Internet presence, we are obtaining calls for polygraph services in Arizona and Montana that can not be handled same-day as the request.

If you are a competent examiner, have a polygraph business, and can promptly handle referrals, contact PEOA

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Sunday, June 14, 2020

La Jolla polygraph examination

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Polygraph tests in hot weather: drink plenty of water in the hour or two prior to testing

Polygraph tests in hot weather: drink plenty of water in the hour or two prior to testing

If dehydrated, the examiner can not monitor the important moisture changes at the fingertips