Sunday, March 15, 2020

This polygraph blog has had 64,000 views

This polygraph blog has had 64,000 views

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Complaint about a new California polygraph examiner: he charged $250 for a Friday night infidelity testing; when he wouldn't let client quietly observe the testing and got caught lying about the reason, client lost faith in him and did not want testing. Client says examiner refused to give the $250 back and threatened to beat up Client

Complaint about a new California polygraph examiner: he charged $250 for a Friday night infidelity testing; when he wouldn't let client quietly observe the testing and got caught lying about the reason, client lost faith in him and did not want testing. Client says examiner refused to give the $250 back and threatened to beat up Client

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

Recent past complaints: NO
Examiner gender: M


Per Client:
Examiner is a newly-graduated polygraph school student with a new polygraph business. He told a man it would be $250 to test that man's wife same night. Examiner told Client that it was 'against the law' to allow any monitoring of the test. Client called other examiners, was told there is no such law but explained why that new examiner might prefer to not allow monitoring. Client, unhappy that he was lied to about a non-existent law, asked Examiner about it. Examiner said "It's MY law' and told Client what would happen if Client came back to office. Client said do not do the test, refund me; Examiner said no refund.

Monday, March 2, 2020

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Polygraph test needed in Cabo San Lucas

Polygraph test needed in Cabo San Lucas

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Stanislaus County municipal agency looking to contract polygraph examinations

Stanislaus County municipal agency looking to contract polygraph examinations

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This polygraph blog has had 62,000 views

This polygraph blog has had 62,000 views

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Sunday, January 19, 2020

This polygraph blog has had 61,000 views

This polygraph blog has had 61,000 views

Great progress today at PEOA's 'Stoelting CPSpro Fusion step-by-step workshop' today

Great progress today at PEOA's 'Stoelting CPSpro Fusion step-by-step workshop' today

Part One, verifying all steps and writing them in an orderly format, is preparing the materials for students or new CPS Fusion owners. Attending and assisting were examiners from both coasts!

Saturday, January 18, 2020

One simple polygraph marketing secret shared at the PEOA January workshops increases visits to your webpage instantly!

One simple polygraph marketing secret shared at the PEOA January workshops increases visits to your webpage instantly!

If you are in a city where there are many examiners shown in a google search of 'Polygraph test in (your city)', one simple change you can make in minutes will have more persons visiting your webpage.

If you are handling referrals from PEOA and could not attend the January CE workshops, contact PEOA for this valuable technique.

Sunday, January 12, 2020

A Hollywood film crews needs examiner for some filming

A Hollywood film crews needs examiner for some filming

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Saturday, January 11, 2020

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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: he charged $400 and gave useless results of 'No Opinion'. Then said he had to leave without doing another chart because he said he was a police officer and had to get to work; research showed different information than that . . .

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: he charged $400 and gave useless results of 'No Opinion'. Then said he had to leave without doing another chart because he said he was a police officer and had to get to work; research showed different information than that . . .

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

Recent past complaints: N
Examiner gender: M

Details as per Complainant:

Client, a young woman, has a husband who has been incarcerated for 5 years. He got 'the feeling' that his wife might have contact with other guy(s) in his prison, so she offered to take a polygraph test.

She went to the test with her mother-in-law. When done, Examiner reportedly said that (instead of issuing a 'Pass' or a 'Fail') he was issuing the score of 'No Opinion' specifically because her "breathing was shallow".

As Client claimed to have never had ANY contact with any other inmate, she was in disbelief that she didn't easily 'Pass'. She said that he said he couldn't administer another chart because he said he was a police officer and had to get to work. She and her mother-in-law left very upset.

As the examiner's polygraph website told that Examiner was a RETIRED officer from a small municipal police department, they now felt double-lied to. Further research revealed that Examiner has other social media format that says he is a polygraph examiner at a different law enforcement agency.

Client and mother-in-law went to another polygraph examiner, one that was not 'rushed' and had far more experience than the 'No Opinion' examiner. They did NOT tell this Examiner about the prior  test. Client easily scored No Deception Indicated (a 'Pass') on multiple charts. Then, as a 4-page report was was being written, the details of the bad testing was shared.


Note: breathing sensitivity is easily adjustable on a modern computerized instrument. As some shirt material or layers of clothing can dampen breathing reactions and make them shallow, there is an on-screen adjustment to instantly adjust for it.



Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: his attempt to badmouth lower-priced competitors actually drove the caller away-- to a lower-price competitor who was far more experienced!

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: his attempt to badmouth lower-priced competitors actually drove the caller away-- to a lower-price competitor!

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

Recent past complaints: Y

Examiner gender: M

Client telephoned an examiner who was advertising polygraph services. Client was OK with the quoted $350 price and was ready to schedule. But then the examiner told her that he was "more accurate than anyone charging less". That perked Client's interest, and she then contacted other examiners. She ended up choosing a more-experienced examiner who was half of the original quote price, and was very satisfied with the testing results.

Worse, the examiner who had badmouthed anyone charging less than him: he already had several complaints from clients in the past year.

This polygraph blog has had 60,000 views

This polygraph blog has had 60,000 views

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