Frequently Asked Questions from clients

image44

Does prescription medication affect the test?

What if I take Prescription Medication or my significant other takes medication will it affect the test? The answer is NO.  There is no theoretical rational or published research suggesting that any medication would result in erroneous faulty polygraph examination results.  Other Examiners are afraid to test oif you take medication. 

Can I ask the Questions If I am having someone take a test or myself? The answer is Always YES.

The examiner will always re-write the questions in a professional manner for the issues you want resolved and for testing purposes. If you have already had someone tested and the examiner did not allow you to present your questions to be asked. Please see Executive Protection Group for a very thorough examination. 

Does Medical conditions Affect the testing or Pregnancy?

The answer is NO. Executive Protection Group is the only Polygraph Service who will test women who are pregnant and people who have medical conditions. Testing will not cause any harm to the baby or mother. Other services and examiners are truly afraid. Do not let your pregnancy delay finding the truth.  Some examiners on their FAQ page claims certain people cannot be tested. Women that are Pregnant and other medical conditions. The examiner who wrote that on his web page is violating the ADA ACT. The American Disability Act of 1990. Which clearly states no one can be discriminated against for any kind of medical or disability.  So as a professional examiner David Goldberg who has testing thousands and where Law Enforcement Agencies and Federal Agencies call  upon him only to test pregnant women know it will not cause any harm to the mother or unborn child. If you have an underlining medical condition, but need a polygraph see your physician first and foremost. Than come see Examiner David Goldberg and Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service.  WE RESOLVE EVERY INDIVIDUALS MATTER AND WE DO NOT AND NEVER DISCRIMINATE.    

More FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FROM CLIENTS

Is there a difference in hiring polygraph examiners?

Is there a difference in hiring polygraph examiners?

Is there a difference in hiring polygraph examiners?

The answer is always yes! Experience, 15 plus years of administering polygraph examinations, client ratings, Attorneys who hire examiners and win cases and most of all a polygraph examiner with Law Enforcement criminal Justice background. Why because your matter to resolve is just as important if it were going to court.  And maybe your matter is a  criminal issue. So do not trust it with just any examiner who is licensed. Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service and Examiner David Goldberg is that examiner you want to hire. 

Is the polygraph test confidential?

Is there a difference in hiring polygraph examiners?

Is there a difference in hiring polygraph examiners?

The polygraph examination and testing is all confidential. You or the person you request to take the polygraph will sign a Disclosure Authorization form allowing only those individuals you permit to have the information released too. 


 No others will be permitted to know you have taken any examination unless you request it in written form at Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service. 

Will I get the results of my polygraph test the same day of the exam?

Will I get the results of my polygraph test the same day of the exam?

Will I get the results of my polygraph test the same day of the exam?

At Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service, Examiner David Goldberg gives the results immediately the same day to everyone who takes the polygraph test or anyone who has another person take a test. 


This is so important as everyone needs Full Closure or why would you even get a polygraph test.  At other polygraph businesses and local examiners they are truly afraid to tell you the results the same day.   

Can I be in the same room as someone else getting tested?

Will I get the results of my polygraph test the same day of the exam?

Will I get the results of my polygraph test the same day of the exam?

The answer is no. The examiner and person being tested will be in the examination room only. The person requesting the other will wait in the professional clean lobby until the examination is over and then the results will be presented to both parties. 

Site Content

image45

Can I ask a question about fantasy?

Answer YES  The American Polygraph Association Conference training for examiners the professional standard for examiners stated that Fantasy Testing is the next big method of finding hidden information. It has been proven to be relevant in testing and helpful in finding hidden information where action has not been committed, but thoughts have been. So when you read by a local examiner you cant be tested. Maybe the examiner is not up to date on his professional training like they want you to believe they are.  

Does the examiner come to my house for testing?

The answer NO. The reason is it is not safe for the person taking the test or the professional examiner. Plus as someone who is hiring an examiner. You never know who you are allowing in your home. So if an examiner tells you he or she will come to your house. Be very cautious as you never know who you are allowing inside. Criminal, Sex Offender or an inexperienced examiner. 

Does being Court Certified help my examination?

The Answer YES. If you are being accused of a very serious allegation against you. If you feel your issue can later be heard in court or criminal charges placed on you. Getting your polygraph from someone who has never testified in a court of law as a polygraph examiner or has no Law Enforcement experience will cause your case potential harm.  Inexperience in any profession can cause anyone difficulty in any issue. So why take the chance. Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service and Examiner David Goldberg has more courtroom experience, more attorney's and more social service agencies who use his services than any other local examiner.  This can be proven.