Fake Lie Detector Test Reports
Fake Lie Detector Test Reports
Don’t waste your money on fake lie detector test reports – it’s dangerous and can lead to serious consequences. The rise of fake documentation in today’s society is alarming, and the polygraph industry is not immune to this issue. We’ve encountered numerous clients who have been deceived by fraudulent lie detector test reports.
Our team has diligently researched the internet and uncovered multiple websites offering fake reports. One website in particular, Fake Lie Detector, shamelessly advertises these services.
Let’s discuss why these fake reports are a waste of money and pose a danger. Firstly, professional polygraph examiners would never ask just 10 questions during a test. Secondly, it’s easy to verify the name of the examiner on a report by checking the accredited APA register. If the examiner is not accredited, the report holds no value.
Not only are these reports a waste of money, but using them in any official capacity, such as including them in a CV, can actually be a criminal offence. Under the Fraud Act 2006, lying on your CV can lead to a prison sentence of up to 10 years.
It’s ironic that people would lie about a lie detector test report, but many seem to overlook this fact when buying fakes.
To avoid falling victim to these scams, it’s crucial to thoroughly research and vet any company that provides lie detector test reports. Ensure they are registered at Companies House, have a presence on Linkedin, and are registered with the ICO for data protection.
Contrary to popular belief, it’s not difficult to differentiate between a real report and a fake one. When presented with an alleged lie detector test report, ask important questions such as where the test was taken, the name of the examiner, the duration of the examination, the number of questions asked, whether there was a pre-test interview or telephone assessment, and if a password or reference number was provided for verification purposes. Professional, accredited examiners won’t accept cash payments on the day of the test.
Using fake lie detector test reports only worsens the problem. It backfires in almost every case and further damages trust. Whether it’s for relationship issues or job applications, using these fake reports can irreparably harm relationships or even land you in prison.
The polygraph industry is largely unregulated, which means you need to be cautious when ordering a test. Bribing unethical examiners to manipulate the results won’t hold up when checked by reputable professionals. Always choose a UK Polygraph Association Examiner for reliable services.
At the UK Polygraph Association, all of our examiners are fully qualified, highly trained, and accredited professionals. Our reports are verified by another equally qualified examiner to ensure accuracy. We use state-of-the-art computerised technology, making paper-based analogue machines a thing of the past.
If you suspect you’ve been given a fake lie detector test report or need more information about the authenticity of a test, contact us. We’re here to assist you in any way we can.