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Frequently Asked Questions About Lie Detector Tests

Click on the questions below to link to the answers or simply scroll down the page.


Are you accredited with the Better Business Bureau?
Why is the Better Business Bureau important to you?
Do you have a video I can watch that talks about lie detection?
Is Wikipedia a reliable source of important information?
Where are your office locations?
What if I can't get to your offices?
How much do the lie detector tests cost?
Are there any hidden costs or fees?
Do you accept credit cards?
Is it safe to pay for the service online?
Do you accept PayPal?
Do I have to have a PayPal account to use my credit card?
Why do I have to pay anything up front?
What do I get for my money?
Do you provide any refunds?
Do you charge extra for written reports?
Do you charge extra for Certificates of Examination?
How long does it take to get the results?
How long does it take to get an appointment?
How long does it take to conduct the test?
Why does the traditional polygraph take so much longer than the voice polygraph?
How do I schedule an appointment or what do I do to get started?
What's the difference between the polygraph test and the voice stress analysis test?
Is there more than one kind of voice stress analysis technology?
Are there any studies about the voice stress analysis test?
How accurate are the polygraph and voice stress analysis tests?
Why do you offer both formats of lie detection?
How do I know that your company is legitimate?
Are you members of any associations?
How much experience do your examiners have?
How many questions can I ask?
Why can't I ask more questions?
What types of questions can I ask?
Who makes up the test questions?
Can you help me create the questions?
Does being nervous affect the exam?
Can I be in the room during someone else's exam?
Are the lie detector tests private and confidential?
What should I look for when hiring a polygraph examiner or voice stress analyst?
Can someone under the age of 18 take a lie detector test?
Can medications or alcohol affect the test results?
What if the person has a medical condition?
Can a pregnant woman be tested?
Can someone beat the lie detector tests?
How does the test process work?
How should someone prepare for taking a lie detector test?
What are the written reports like?
Are the lie detector tests admissible in court?
Is there a best time of day to give a lie detector test?
Are the lie detector tests on television real?
Do you have bi-lingual examiners?
What if an interpreter is needed?
Why should I work with your company?
What have others done who aren't sure whether or not they want to do this?

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Are you accredited with the Better Business Bureau?
Yes, we are one of the few companies in our industry that could qualify to become accredited members of the Better Business Bureau in good standing. As a matter of fact, we have an A+ rating with them so you know you are working with a legitimate company. You can go to the BBB account to verify.


Why is the Better Business Bureau important to you?
Making sure the company you are about to work with are members of the Better Business Bureau in good standing is important because they have verified the company's website information, licensing, certifications, background, education, experience and equipment. Without this designation, you have no idea about who you are trusting your situation to and giving your money to. Anybody can make any claims on their site or when you speak with them. However, unless this information has been verified and approved by the BBB, you are taking unnecessary chances. Do yourself a favor and make sure whomever you decide to work with are accredited members of the BBB in good standing and DO NOT make your decision soley based on price, as examiners and their equipment, education, experience and methods are not all the same.


Do you have a video I can watch that talks about lie detection?




Is Wikipedia a reliable source of important information?

(Click the image below to ENLARGE). Wikipedia admits on their own website that they are NOT a credible source. It's meant for academic research, but still warns its users that they are NOT an authorative source. Anyone can contribute the pages of their site whether they know what they are talking about and regardless if they have a hidden agenda. According to Wikipedia's users, neither the polygraph nor the voice stress work even though the military uses them, as do the FBI, CIA, NSA, Homeland Security, Police, etc. Just use common sense and logic when you view websites on the Internet.




Where are your office locations?
We have offices nationwide in most metropolitan areas. Be sure to call before coming to one of our locations, as we may be out in the field or our offices may be closed. One format of lie detection that we offer must be performed in person and the other format of lie detection must be done over the phone. Click here to find a location near you.


What if I can't get to your offices?
No problem. In most cases, we can come to your home or office, depending on your location and our schedule, at no additional cost. We also offer a format of lie detection that is done over the phone, so locations don't play a role.


How much do the lie detector tests cost?
We offer the polygraph format and the voice stress analysis format (TDTVSA). Both formats are 98% accurate, but vary in cost because they take different amounts of time to perform.

DO NOT MAKE YOUR DECISION SOLEY BASED ON PRICE, AS EXAMINERS ARE NOT ALL THE SAME, AS THEY HAVE DIFFERENT LEVELS OF EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION AND BACKGROUNDS, AS WELL AS USE DIFFERENT KINDS OF EQUIPMENT AND METHODS. MAKE SURE THEY ARE MEMBERS OF THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU IN GOOD STANDING BEFORE MAKING YOUR DECISION.


Your best bet is to contact us for specific pricing. Click here to learn the differences between the polygraph and voice stress analysis (TDTVSA) formats.


Are there any hidden costs or fees?
Absolutely not! The fees are all inclusive and even include a FREE written report to show your accusers. Many examiners will charge extra for mileage, drive time and written reports after getting their "foot in the door" with you.


Do you accept credit cards?
Yes. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express in a safe, secure and private area.

Most examiners WILL NOT accept credit cards for a few reasons. Some don't want to pay the annual fees, monthly fees or percentage fees associated with accepting credit cards. Others can't qualify to accept credit cards. Instead, what these examiners do is make you pay them via Western Union or Money Gram, which means, YOU, the consumer, pay extra Western Union or Money Gram fees to send the examiner money. Why should you have to do that? Why should you waste your time calling Western Union or Money Gram, going to their website or having to drive to some location and then pay additional fees on top of it? What's worse is that the examiner gets cash on his end. This means that if he doesn't perform the service you paid him to do, there isn't anything you can do about it! Consumer beware!

The only time you should feel safe paying via Western Union or Money Gram is if the company is accredited with the Better Business Bureau in good standing!!

With us, all you have to do is fill out a brief, safe, secure and private form and we take care of all of the fees and the headaches, while your consumer rights are fully intact. In other words, if we don't do what you paid us to do, you simply contact your credit card company or PayPal, tell them what happened and they will immediately return your money to you. Aside from having morals and ethics, what also prevents us from taking advantage of our clients is the many laws that prevent such activity. Also, we don't want to lose our license, lose our good reputation or incur any penalty fees from PayPal or the credit card companies. So, when you pay for your test with us, you're completely secure and safe from any wrong-doing and are guaranteed to have the services performed that you paid for.


Is it safe to pay for the service online?

Yes! 2Checkout is our credit card service provider and offer the highest security online. So, whether you want to use your Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express card or use your existing PayPal account, you can rest assured that your information will remain safe, secure and private.


Do you accept PayPal?
Yes. If you have an existing PayPal account, you're welcome to use it. However, you DO NOT have to have a PayPal account to process your Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express card. Either way, your information will remain safe, secure and private.


Do I have to have a PayPal account to use my credit card?
No. You DO NOT have to have a PayPal account to process your Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express card. Simply fill out the brief credit card payment form and your information will remain safe, secure and private.


Why do I have to pay anything up front?
Some folks are concerned about paying for a service up front and then not receiving that service. When you pay us for our services with your credit card or with your PayPal account, you have your complete consumer rights in tact. In other words, if we don't do what you paid us to do, you simply contact your credit card company or PayPal, tell them what happened and they will immediately return your money to you. Aside from having morals and ethics, what also prevents us from taking advantage of our clients is the many laws that prevent such activity. Also, we don't want to lose our license, lose our good reputation or incur any penalty fees from PayPal or the credit card companies. So, when you pay for your test with us, you're completely secured and safe from any wrong-doing.

We, like many examiners, charge up front for a few reasons. First of all, it weeds out the non-serious people. We have to calibrate our instrumentation, set up files, create the line of questioning, etc. All of these things take time. Imagine doing all of these things only to have the client cancel.

Secondly, it helps protect all parties involved. The client is guaranteed the service they paid for and the examiner is guaranteed that the client will take the exam, as agreed. Only serious clients will pay. Those that weren't sure or who never intended on taking test won't pay for the service, which saves us a great deal of time, money, effort and anxiety.

We also have an A+ rating with the BBB, so you know you are in good hands.

Click here to learn more about both formats of lie detection.


What do I get for my money?
Our service includes a pre-testing orientation interview phase where we explain how the process works, go over the do's and the don'ts of the test and answer your questions. Then, we go through the formal testing phase where we ask you a series of "yes" and "no" questions that are made up of relevant questions you provide to us and our own control and irrelevant questions. The next step is to analyze the charts and complete the FREE written report. We then provide you a copy of the report and go over it together and answer any questions you may have. You will also receive a FREE Certificate of Examination. Most importantly, you will have the truth, which is priceless.


Do you provide any refunds?

Basically, you can receive a partial refund once you submitted your service request to us. To review our formal refund policy, please click here.


Do you charge extra for written reports?
No. Whether you decide on the polygraph test or the voice stress analysis format (TDTVSA), you will receive a FREE written report to show what the final test results are.


Do you charge extra for Certificates of Examination?
No. Just let the examiner know that you wish to have your FREE copy of the Certificate of Examination. This can be emailed, faxed or mailed to you after the completion of the exam.


How long does it take to get the results?
The voice stress analysis format (TDTVSA) provides both the verbal and written results within 10-15 minutes after the test is completed in most cases. The verbal results for the polygraph test are usually given immediately after the test is completed. The written report for the polygraph test can take up to 24 hours.


How long does it take to get an appointment?
The voice stress analysis format (TDTVSA) can be performed the same day we receive your service request. The polygraph format can usually be performed within 2-3 days from the time we receive your service request, depending on your location and our schedule.


How long does it take to conduct a test?

The voice stress analysis format (TDTVSA) takes 15-30 minutes to conduct. The polygraph format takes between 2-3 hours to conduct. The are both 98% accurate and come with FREE written reports. Click here to learn more about the 2 formats we offer.


Why does the traditional polygraph take so much longer than the voice polygraph?

The traditional polygraph takes 2-3 hours to conduct for a few reasons. First, it takes time to attach and detach the electrodes, blood pressure cuff, etc. to the person's body. Also, we have to wait about 40-50 seconds in between asking each question to let the person's heart rate and blood pressure go back down to normal. Since we test 2-3 times with a variety of questions, you can see how it takes 2-3 hours to conduct.

However, since the voice polygraph measures other changes in the body, it only takes 15-30 minutes to conduct even though we test 2-3 times, which also translates to a lower exam fee for you.


How do I schedule an appointment or what do I do to get started?

To see the quick tour of how it works, click here. You will need to choose which of the 2 formats of lie detection that you want to use. Next, you'll review and authorize the terms of the service. Then, decide on a day and time for the testing (We schedule tests 7 days a week, including evenings and weekends. Although we test 7 days a week, the office staff does not work on Sundays.) and create the list of questions you want the examiner to ask you during the testing. Lastly, you'll pay for the service. It's a pretty quick and easy process. Once you're ready to get started, click here.


What's the difference between the polygraph test and the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA)?
Both formats of lie detection are 98% accurate and both come with a FREE written report. However, they both are different in what and how they measure stress, as well as they have their pro's and con's. Click here to learn the important differences and details.


Is there more than one kind of voice stress analysis technology?
Yes. These include the CVSA, TDTVSA and (LVA) Layered Voice Technology. We utilize the TDTVSA, which is used by many law enforcement and government agencies, as well as the U.S. Military and numerous other organizations.

You can do searches online to learn why we will NEVER use the CVSA or LVA technology. The CVSA has been in the news a lot for all the wrong reasons.

The (LVA) Layered Voice technologies is meant for fun and entertainment and are not meant for serious situations. You can even buy hand held lie detector toys online, which are great for parties. However, if you're serious about proving your innocence, then the TDTVSA is the best way to go. LVA is used to measure different components of voice, such as pitch and tone. LVA is available in the form of hand-held devices and software. LVA produces readings such as 'love', excitement, fear; which are not useful in Detection Of Deception applications.

When proving your innocence, you want to be able to show and prove that you worked with an experienced, trained professional to help strengthen and solidify your case. If your accuser knows you used a "toy" or some inaccurate software program, then you'll only make your situation worse and appear more deceptive in their eyes. Also, make sure that the company you worked with are accredited members of the Better Business Burearu in good standing.


Below is a screen shot of what the examiners see when using the TDTVSA software:




Are there any studies about the voice stress analysis test?
Yes. Click here to read about studies validating voice stress analysis testing. Also, to read an FBI article about the power of voice stress analysis, click here for Page1 and click here for Page 2.


How accurate are the polygraph and voice stress analysis tests?
Both formats are 98% accurate, which was determined by the manufacturing companies, as well from independent testing. Click here to learn more about how they both work.


Why do you offer both formats of lie detection?
We offer both main formats of lie detection to give our clients choices. When you contact a polygraph examiner, he'll tell you how great the polygraph format is and how bad the voice stress analysis test is. Conversely, if you contacted a voice stress analyst, he'll tell you how great the voice stress analysis test is how bad the polygraph is. Obviously, they are saying these things to benefit themselves.

We tested people using both formats at the same time and have never had any conflicts in the results. We know both formats are valid and accurate, even though they have their own nuances. Because we're trained and equipped to perform both formats of lie detection, we can provide our clients with unbiased information and let them make up their own minds. It's always better to know what you're options are before making such an important decision. Click here to learn more about how they both work.


How do I know that your company is legitimate?
Great question! You want to be sure that you're working with a professional company with experienced examiners. We are one of the few companies in our industry that could qualify to become accredited members of the Better Business Bureau in good standing. As a matter of fact, we have an A+ rating with them so you know you are working with a legitimate company. You can go to the BBB account to verify.


Are you members of any associations?
Yes. Our polygraph examiners are members of the APA (American Polygraph Association). And, our Voice Stress Analysts are members of ISSA (International Society of Stress Analysts). These are the 2 main associations in our industry. If an examiner claims to be a member of any other so-called "association"...RUN!!! These days, it's easy for anybody to create a website, call it an "association" and give site visitors the false impression that it's a legitimate organization.


How much experience do your examiners have?
Our examiners are all qualified and have a variety of experience. Our senior examiner has over 30 years of experience. In some cases, 2 examiners will review the charts as a means of quality control, just like when 2 doctors will review a patient's x-ray. However, unlike doctors, we don't charge twice.


How many questions can I ask?
To get the most accurate results, we should not exceed any more than 5 relevant questions. If an examiner tells you that you can ask 10, 15 or more questions...RUN!!! The testing protocols that have been tested and used over the many years that have given us a 98% accuracy rate we done with a 5 question limitation. Some examiners, desperate for business, will tell you want you want to hear so that they get your business. However, they don't tell you that if you go outside the prescribed protocol, the accuracy rate drops so much that you might as well flip a coin. Any examiner worth their salt will tell you the 5 question rule. If you have more than 5 questions, we will help you prioritize them and determine which 5 questions will still get the answers you need. In many cases, clients will unknowingly ask the same questions multiple times in various ways. Our goal is to get you the most accurate results.


Why can't I ask more questions?
When the traditional polygraph and voice stress analysis technologies were created, they discovered that when they asked 5 or less relevant questions, they were able to achieve the highest, most accurate results. They also discovered that when they exceeded the 5 relevant questions that the accuracy rate dropped to nearly 50%!

The time-tested protocols that have been in place all of these years are like a baking recipe. If the recipe calls for 5 cups of sugar, but you want to put in 10 or 15 cups of sugar, then don't expect the end result to look, feel or taste the way the recipe was designed. We can also perform additional tests at other scheduled times should you have more than 5 questions that MUST be asked. If this is the case, we will work out some sort of discounted rate for you.


What types of questions can I ask?
When you compose your list of questions, make sure they are in a "yes" or "no" format and NOT open ended questions. You can ask whatever types of questions you need to prove your innocence with. As a part of the service, we'll review the questions you submit and review them for the best accuracy.

An example of an infidelity related question may be something like "Have you ever had sexual relations with anyone else besides your wife since you have been married?"

Another example of an infidelity related question may be something like "Did you have sexual relations with Bob Smith?"


Who makes up the test questions?
You, the client, make up the questions that are relevant to your situation. We, as examiners, also provide control and irrelevant questions that are also asked during the formal testing phase. As a part of the service, we'll review the questions you submit and review them for the best accuracy.


Can you help me create the questions?
Yes. When you submit your questions to us, we review them and make sure they're worded properly and will be happy to offer any suggestions or recommendations. Just make sure the questions you submit are in a "yes" or "no" format and we'll help with the rest.


Does being nervous affect the exam?

No. Everybody is nervous when undergoing a test like this, especially for the first time. Whether you choose the polygraph format or the voice stress analysis format, we are able to determine your unique "walk in" stress. We measure the changes from your baseline stress to the stress produced by the questions we ask you. So, regardless of how nervous, stressed or upset you are, it will NOT affect the results of the test.


Can I be in the room during someone else's exam?

If you would prefer to be in the same room during the testing, we prefer that you sit behind the person taking the test so that they can't see you. If we feel that your presence in the room, even when out of eye sight, will effect the accuracy of the test, we'll have to ask you to leave the room. However, you can still be within earshot even when you're not in the same room.


Are the lie detector tests private and confidential?
Yes. Your privacy and confidentiality are safe and secured. Your test results are only provided to you unless we receive written permission from you giving us authorization to share the information and report with anyone else.


What should I look for when hiring a polygraph examiner or voice stress analyst?
Whether you need to prove your innocence or find the truth, requires an experienced, qualified examiner who utilizes the most advanced, computerized, state-of-the-art equipment.

Unfortunately, not every state requires a license to practice, which means you, as a consumer, need to find out some information about an examiner before you make a commitment to work with them.

Below are some questions to ask:

» Are they accredited members of the Better Business Bureau in good standing?

» Is the examiner a member of the American Polygraph Association?

» Are they a full time examiner or are they a private investigator who does this on the side?

» Is the examiner certified and insured?

» Do they charge extra for evening or weekend appointments?

» Do they charge extra for Written Reports?

» Do they charge extra for Certificates of Examination?

» Do they charge extra for mileage or drive time?

» Can they quickly provide you with information about how the process works, pricing, etc.?

» Do they offer just one format of testing or do they offer both main formats?

» Can they thoroughly explain how the process works and answer your questions?

» Do they use the latest computerized equipment?

» Do they perform the test up to 2-3 times?

» Will they travel to your home or office for your convenience?

» Will they help you prepare the questions for the exam?

» Do they have a professional, informative website?

» Can they provide you with immediate appointments?

Also, make sure they're members of one of the 2 main associations. Our polygraph examiners are members of the APA (American Polygraph Association). And, our Voice Stress Analysts are members of ISSA (International Society of Stress Analysts). These are the 2 main associations in our industry. If an examiner claims to be a member of any other so-called "association"...RUN!!! These days, it's easy for anybody to create a website, call it an "association" and give site visitors the false impression that it's a legitimate organization.


Can someone under the age of 18 take a lie detector test?
Yes. However, a parent or legal guardian will need to give us their written permission to test their minor.


Can medications or alcohol affect the test results?
If you choose to take the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA), then drugs (legal and illegal) or alcohol will NOT effect the outcome of the results. However, if you plan on taking the polygraph test, then it WILL effect the outcome of the results. Any time drugs (legal and illegal) or alcohol is introduced into the body, it effects one's heart rate and blood pressure, which are measured by the polygraph format. Since the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA) doesn't measure heart rate or blood pressure, it's not effected by drugs or alcohol. It's for this reason, and many others, that law enforcement and government agencies prefer the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA) over the polygraph test.


What if the person has a medical condition?
The voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA) can be conducted on most people regardless of their medical condition because it's not physically invasive like the polygraph test is. The voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA) does NOT require any physical attachments. However, if you have a heart condition, then taking the polygraph test may require your doctor's approval. The polygraph test requires that we attach electrodes, blood pressure cuff, chest straps, etc.


Can a pregnant woman be tested?
We prefer not to test pregnant women using the polygraph testing format. Depending on what trimester you're in, it may effect the outcome of the exam. However, there is no harm in administering the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA).

Can someone beat the lie detector tests?
Not likely. There are NO countermeasures to the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA), but there are ways to trick the polygraph format. As experienced examiners, we can catch those that are trying to implement these strategies. Your goal is to convince the accuser of your innocence, not us. When proving your innocence to your accusers, it's important that they believe the results of the exam. Because the polygraph countermeasures are all over the Internet, many accusers don't believe the results of the polygraph test. They often accuse the person of cheating the exam, which results in a waste of your time and money. This is another reason why most people who are trying to prove their innocence will choose the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA). When the results of the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA) are shown to the accuser, they can feel confident that it was impossible to trick. Again, this is why the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA) is preferred by the CIA, FBI, NSA and many others.


How does the test process work?
To see a quick tour about the entire process, click here. Basically, you decide which format of lie detection you want, decide on the day and time you want the test to be conducted, create your list of questions, pay for the test, take the test, get the verbal and written results and get back to life without the accusations or suspicions.


How should someone prepare for taking a lie detector test?

To prepare for the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA) test, just make sure that when we call to conduct the test that you are in a quiet room away from distractions. It also helps if you've had some good sleep. You will need to allocate about 15 minutes for the voice stress analysis test (TDTVSA).

To prepare for the polygraph test, make sure you're well rested, have no alcohol or drugs in your system and make sure you're ready for the appointment at the correct time so you're not feeling rushed. You will need to allocate between 2-3 hours for the polygraph test.


What are the written reports like?
The written reports can be multiple pages, depending on the situation, and are the same type of reports we submit to the business owners and attorneys we work with. It shows, in detail, what happened during the pre-test and formal testing phases, as well as outlines the relevant questions we asked and what the responses were (either Yes or No). It may also discuss the test protocols that were used, and, of course, will always reveal what the bottom line test results are for each question.


Are the lie detector tests admissible in court?
Yes, in many courts across the country. Click here to learn more.


Is there a best time of day to give a lie detector test?
Any time of the day where you are well rested and can have privacy during the testing. If you're extremely tired or can't find an environment away from distractions, then the results may be effected.


Are the lie detector tests on television real?
In some cases, yes and in other cases, no. Because the polygraph test takes 2-3 hours to perform, it's usually done before a show. Then, while on camera, the examiner will perform a mock polygraph test. Some television shows are now utilizing voice stress analysis, but they're mostly for entertainment. And, as such, they don't use the high end voice stress analysis instrumentation that is used for serious matters, such as your situation or those done by law enforcement or government agencies. The voice stress analysis technology (TDTVSA) is NOT a toy nor is it used for personal entertainment purposes. There are toys and low end equipment on the market that use TVSA or layered voice technologies that are meant for fun.


Do you have bi-lingual examiners?
No.


What if an interpreter is needed?
We prefer not to use interpreters, as this third party can play a role in the outcome of the results. Since it's not recommended to have the interpreter have any relation to the person taking the test and due to the high costs of hiring a professional interpreter, most clients won't use one. Some examiners will let you use an interpreter, but we would rather ensure the most accurate results possible by utilizing an examiner that speaks the same language as the person taking the test.


Why should I work with your company?
There are many reasons why you should work with us. First and foremost, we have the experience and knowledge to help you with your situation. We also have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, so you know you are working with a legitimate and reputable company.

We have helped thousands of people in your situation. We have very affordable rates. We don't nickel and dime our clients with hidden fees or surprise charges, such as extra fees for written reports, mileage or drive time. Our fees are flat and are all-inclusive. Our goal is to provide you with the most accurate results at reasonable rates so you can get on with your life. We have over 30 years of experience. In fact, we teach advanced courses for polygraph and voice stress analysis, as well as have worked with a variety of television shows over the years. We schedule tests 7 days a week, including weekends. The office is closed on Sundays, but examiners still administer tests on Sundays. Lastly, we offer SAME DAY appointments.


What have others done who aren't sure whether or not they want to do this?
Some folks change their mind and decide not to take the test. However, most people end up taking the test so that they can save their reputation and their good name. What's nice about taking the test is that the accusers will receive written results from an unbiased, third party company, such as our company. Before you make your final decision, be absolutely sure you want to go through with the test before you submit your information to us.



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