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Please Note that people that lie or withhold information will do anything and go the extra mile to keep this from anyone.  Significant others, employers or job application interviews. There are places now that offer FAKE POLYGRAPH RESULTS and REPORTS. All you have to do is send in your questions, answers and they will email you the results.  I want to inform those who are serious about having someone take an exam for them.  DO NOT ACCEPT A REPORT FROM ANYONE OTHER THAN A REAL POLYGRAPH EXAMINER THAT IS LOCAL AND YOU HAVE PERSONALLY MET.  DO NOT ACCEPT ONE VIA ANY ELECTRONIC FORM UNLESS YOU HAVE OFFICIALLY MET THAT EXAMINER IN PERSON FIRST.  You need to pickup the report up yourself if you can to ensure authenticity and ensure the envelope is sealed. 

At Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service. Our reports are truly Official, Authenticated and are accepted in all courts. Federal, State and City.  They are accepted by government agencies, attorneys, therapist and physicians. We are real and so are our reports.  This shows the pure accuracy, veracity and integrity of Examiner David Goldberg and Executive Protection Group. 


Another important issue to truly be aware of and concerned with. When hiring a polygraph examiner.  Polygraph Interns are offered in place of licensed examiners from some businesses or referral services. These are not Fully Licensed Examiners. They have less then 100 exams administered by them and come mainly in the private sector. These INTERNS are not fully monitored in the same state or immediately after the exam has been administered. This means the intern could ultimately be making a mistake on your exam and there is no officially licensed examiner to review the exam immediately after completion as it should be for an Intern administering any exam.  Therefore you are going with an Interns decision. The licensed examiner who is supposed to be monitoring the intern will review the exam results later from another location hours later or from a different state that the intern works entirely from or lives in and has to review it via electronically. Not a very good quality control monitoring system for true accurate results. Then you are now waiting for results and your life is still placed on hold. Sometimes INTERNS are offered to you for lower prices. But you should truly ask yourself is your life worth saving a Dollar or Buck versus hiring a truly fully licensed professional examiner with years of experience and a solid background in Law Enforcement your area. 


An examiner with no real law enforcement HANDS ON background experience, Meaning never ever wearing a badge, being a true investigator or detective. Will do your polygraph an injustice. Why you may ask? Well first a person who attends Polygraph school from another profession without knowing the true criminal aspects of life or the mind of criminal or a sociopath or sexual predator or offender or  someone who frauds others will only know basic social work, therapy or what they have read or seen on TV.  They will not know how to handle real scenarios or real people with criminal intentions. They will formulate questions based on their own experience or what they have read and can only give you therapeutic comfort and not truly tackle your exam based on experience dealing with the criminal minded individuals. Which means they wont be able to confront the ones they need to get the answers from. They will not know how to handle a tough examinee who is confrontational or truly in denial as they are not familiar with serious conflict. They are use to being in a comfort environment place of work and not knowing how to truly tell signs of a criminal minded thinker or someone who has a devious mind or is always trying to manipulate others. Before you hire a licensed polygraph examiner anywhere. Ask if they have true law enforcement background. Does not matter whether it is State, City, County or Federal. If it is Law Enforcement. They will give you the best possible examination. Working as a civilian doing pre-employment testing for police or interviewing candidates for police jobs,. Does not constitute working in Law Enforcement. Most highly qualified examiners throughout the country are prior Law Enforcement and there is a reason for that.