Saturday, March 25, 2017

San Francisco or Sonoma County CA: a polygraph client wants to pay with marijuana!

A man is calling Northern California polygraph examiners, asking for polygraph exam prices.

After receiving the price, the man then asks if he can pay in marijuana.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner--she later retracted her Fail scoring

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner-- she later retracted her Fail scoring of client's husband

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

Recent past complaints: YES
Examiner gender: F

Client paid Examiner $199 to test client's husband at their home. In advance, Examiner told client "I will signal you during the test if your husband is doing so terrible that you should actually run away from your home right away".

Examiner did give the big fail signal. Client ran away from the home as instructed.

The next day, client asked Examiner for the fail results to be put into a written report. Examiner is said to have told client: "If you need it in writing, I will only put that the test was inconclusive".

Friday, March 17, 2017

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner-- he did not show up for appointment

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner-- he did not show up for appointment.

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

Recent past complaints: NO
Examiner gender: M

Clients telephoned an examiner Internet advertising in their area. Examiner said he had no office but offered them a mobile polygraph service to be done at their home for $350. An appointment was made.

Examiner did not show up for their scheduled appointment, nor did he respond to their attempts to contact him as they continued to wait for him. In contacting other examiners, it was learned that the examiner who did not show up was known for not having a computerized polygraph instrument anyhow.

Clients later had a test done at a professional polygraph office and their matter was resolved.

NOTE: the Federal polygraph academy advises that polygraph testing NOT be done at an examinee's residence.

Cobb County GA: a legal show needs a polygraph test done

Cobb County GA: a legal show needs a polygraph test done

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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Kern County CA fishing contest needs a polygraph exam in April

Kern County CA fishing contest needs a polygraph exam in April

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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Two Lafayette LX-3000 (old model) computerized polygraph instruments for sale

Two Lafayette LX-3000 (old model) computerized polygraph instruments for sale in the Nashville Tennessee area.

Note: these are NOT the newer and much improved  Lafayette  LX-4000 model.

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Polygraph examiners: is your city listed here?

If you are a polygraph examiner, is your local city listed here?

Click here for nationwide polygraph cities

Saturday, March 4, 2017

One-day polygraph training 'boot-camps' in Los Angeles

One-day polygraph training 'boot-camps' in Los Angeles

Polygraph test fundamentals and hands-on testing experience

Popular with PIs considering adding lie-detection to their services

Note: 25 states have NO licensing of polygraph examiners

Persons have attended past meetings from many different states

818 883-6969

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: regarding testing while pregnant

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner-- he told client that Federal guidelines tell to never ever test a pregnant woman, yet she later found that to be untrue. Client's husband thinks she made up the polygraph refusal so then he became more certain that the baby wasn't his.

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

Recent past complaints: YES
Examiner gender: M

Client telephoned an examiner in her area. She told Examiner that she recently found that she was pregnant, and that her husband wanted to know if she had cheated. Examiner is said to have told her that Federal polygraph academy guidelines very strictly tell to never ever test a pregnant woman.

Client later learned that no such prohibition exists, so she tested elsewhere.

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner-- He got angry about rescheduling

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner-- he raised the cost by $100 after he got angry that client asked to reschedule

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

Recent past complaints: YES
Examiner gender: M

Client was quoted by telephone $350 for an exam, and scheduled it for the near future. She quickly found that the scheduled time wouldn't work, so she asked Examiner for a different day. Noticeably angry, Examiner is said to have said "Yes, but it's going to be an extra $100, so now $450, because I am adding $50 as a reschedule fee and another $50 for a fee for doing a thorough interview with you already".

Client next found another examiner with a better price and customer service.

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Need a polygraph test in Wisconsin?

Click here: Wisconsin polygraph test locations

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Saturday, February 25, 2017

Tucson polygraph examiners needed

Are you a competent polygraph examiner in the Tucson Arizona area?

Can you handle weekly polygraph test referrals?

PEOA's many polygraph test websites are bringing in more requests than can currently be handled in the Tucson area.

Contact PEOA.US at peoamail@aol.com or 818 883-6969.

Rideshare polygraph tests (Lyft polygraph, Uber polygraph, etc)

Polygraph tests for rideshare companies such as Uber and Lyft are growing.

Rideshare applicant polygraph tests help to make a safer experience for users.

Known as an Uber polygraph test or a Lyft polygraph test, driver applicants are thus checked for truthfulness as to their background in the exact same way that police officer applicants are checked.

Testing is also for other followup rideshare polygraph situations, such as regulatory compliance, passenger disputes and more.

PEOA assisted in developing rideshare polygraph testing guidelines.

The main provider for such testing is RidesharePolygraph.com nationwide.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Volusia County FL: polygraph needed for April fishing tournament

Volusia County FL: polygraph needed for April fishing tournament

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Friday, February 10, 2017

Atlanta Georgia polygraph exams: PEOA gets more requests than can be handled

Advise if you are a competent examiner and can handle referrals to you.

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Chihuahua Mexico polygraph test needed / relationship

Chihuahua Mexico polygraph test needed / relationship

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Hollywood California: a major magazine needs a polygraph examiner for a session with an ex-CIA person

Hollywood California: a major magazine needs a polygraph examiner for a session with an ex-CIA person

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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

San Antonio Texas bodybuilding competition needs a polygraph examiner

San Antonio Texas bodybuilding competition needs a polygraph examiner

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Thursday, January 19, 2017

TV reality show polygraph tests: the reason some are more accurate than others

TV reality show polygraph tests-- the reason some are more accurate than others:

Because sometimes a TV polygraph is known as a 'Two-thirds test'.

Time is very limited on a film set;

On a thorough polygraph exam, instead of simply just scoring pass or fail at the end, during the final third of the test sometimes a polygraph examiner might want to 'dig deeper' on an answer that indicated deception. This end portion of the testing is known as the 'Post-Test'. This attempt to either verify the 'fail' or to determine if there was a non-lying outside cause for the fail (something other than lying), an examiner might mention that an answer was showing deception and then modify the question or use interview methods to finish the matter.

But on some TV shows, examiners are instructed to keep the fail unmentioned to the examinee and to NOT dig deeper; it is left for the show host to do the 'digging'.

Example: a wife suspects that her husband secretly has been engaging in homosexual situations. During the polygraph exam the husband shows deception when denying it. Usually, such results indicate that he was lying. BUT, sometimes, had the examiner been allowed to tell the examinee of the results, gentle further probing has been known to bring the admission such as a rape by a family member when a youth. Then, the question might be modified to "Other than what you just told me about, have you ever . . . ".

Such an admission is far more likely to occur when the examinee is one-on-one with an examiner than in front of a filming audience.

Secret: some 'TV polygraphers' pass almost everyone, simply because they don't want any dispute.


Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Polygraph is so accurate that: two out of three Border Patrol applicants are failing their polygraph tests

Polygraph is so accurate that: two out of three Border Patrol applicants are failing their polygraph tests