You will find that some Ventura polygraph examiners
do NOT want you to know these facts listed down below.
Know these 7 secrets below before you get a Thousand Oaks
a Moorpark polygraph, or an Oxnard polygraph!
Some Ventura polygraph examiners
will even be mad
about you knowing these below and will lie to you.
1. "How do I know how much is a fair price for a polygraph?"
Polygraph examiners all do the same thing.
1) They all help you to develop 3 or 4
questions that are important to you.
2) They all do three complete charts on the examinee.
3) They all watch for microscopic changes to four points of the body.
4. They all compare those changes from question to question.
5. They (almost) all use computerized polygraph equipment,
which makes the polygraph very easy to to and quick to score.
Secretly, some examiners banded together to agree to all never charge
less than $300 for an exam, and to secretly attack any examiners who
charge less than the agreed amount. That is 'price-fixing', which is illegal.
Of course, examiners can charge anything they want to.
Some Ventura polygraph examiners feel that $200 for an hour's work is good money.
Some Ventura polygraph examiners want $400 for the exact same work. Some even more.
You can do the math:
The most polygraph experience + the best polygraph price = the best polygraph choice.
An office is within an hour
of you, seven days a week.
Test with an examiner
with more than 30 years
of polygraph experience!
2. "How long will testing my spouse really take?" or?
Some Ventura polygraph examiners will tell you: "A polygraph exam will take up to two hours."
The real truth: No matter which examiner you go to,
the person being polygraphed
will be ON THE POLYGRAPH for only THREE 5-MINUTE PERIODS.
The rest of the time: is just talk.
Most examiners do not want you to know this.
They feel you will be shocked by their price if you knew that
actual polygraphing (when your arm is being squeezed
blood-pressure cuff) time is actually so short.
Using the old-style polygraph instruments took longer, having to
continually adjust paper, fix ink problems, and constant writing
notes on the paper. Not needed on modern computer polygraphs.
And most of the rest of the time, the 'talk time',
is to help you
write what 3 or 4 questions you want asked.
A good examiner will instead have you think about, and write down, your questions
you come in, and will help make them 'polygraph-perfect' when you arrive.
5. "What are other lies that some
polygraph examiners tell?"
Some Ventura polygraph examiners will tell you: "I'm really so busy with polygraphs that I can't test you til next week."
The real truth: Try not to laugh out loud when you hear that garbage.
In this weak economy, most Ventura polygraph examiners are almost without work.
Here's the real secret:
If they can't get to you for a few days,
it's really because they HAVE A JOB, not polygraphs.
They are not swamped with polygraph work,
and polygraph is just a part-time business for them,
trying to make some extra cash, like a hobby.
Most examiners are just part-timers, only doing occasional
around their main businesses. If they claim to be a
or some other career, there's your clue that
they likely don't
lot of polygraph experience each month (but they will tell you that they do!).
Many are retired and have good pensions paying their monthly bills,
so they will only do polygraphs if they find someone to pay a giant price.
6. "Why does that one examiner gossip and bad-mouth competitors?"
Some Ventura polygraph examiners will tell you: "Stay away from this or that examiner-- he is bad, I am good."
The real truth: A polygraph client should immediately hang up
when an examiner bad-mouths their competitors.
Polygraph is a business, and
badmouthing is not good business.
Some Ventura polygraph examiners ARE KNOWN for making
fake Internet negative comments about their competitors--
and ARE KNOWN for writing fake Internet positive comments about themselves! And you'll see that they only badmouth those
that are known to have a lower price!
The good examiners focus on their own good points instead of gossipping.
Many examiners 'think' they are the best.
Maybe they are. But, it is the computer that
really does the hard work nowadays!
Many examiners are 'screaming mad'
that we share all these secrets with you.
They shouldn't-- it helps the polygraph client.