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Fraud & Forgery Testing

Fraud at home or in the workplace is a relatively common event and often remains undetected or unresolved. If you have been falsely accused or you suspect someone fraud, a polygraph test can confirm your truthfulness or confirm the level of involvement of the suspected person.

Frauds within an organization account for millions of dollars annually. An unscrupulous employee can pass vital data to a business competitor, hide illegal processes or delete vital data which could cripple your business. If you suspect such a person, a polygraph test of that suspect will help you.

Injury disability claims or work related injury claims are also responsible for millions of dollars in fraudulent claims each year. It is easy for the claimant to sign a written document declaring everything is truthful regarding their injury claim, when in fact it may not be. Medical experts are often duped by the deceptive claimant and there might be no witnesses to verify such an injury claim. A polygraph finds the answers that only the deceptive claimant has knowledge of.

  • Forgeries

  • Financial Fraud

  • Mortgage Fraud

  • Insurance Fraud

  • Medicare/Medical Fraud


These appointments generally take 1½ to 2 hours. Prior to the testing the person is evaluated to determine their suitability to be tested. A calibration test is administered to evaluate the person’s suitability as well as to fix examinee's physiological baseline at the time of the test through which the expected nervousness or anxiety of the examinee will not affect the results.

If the client/examinee intentionally attempts to distort the examination or deliberately uses a countermeasure that is identified by the Examiner, the session will be stopped and the client will forfeit their testing fees.

Once the test is completed, the Examiner will evaluate the examination and will provide the verbal results. The client will receive a comprehensive written report within 24 hours after test completion. There is no need to wait for a few days to receive the results and a report by mail or e-mail.



  • Did you falsify any of the statements on that document?

  • Did you falsify any of those financial entries in that accounting ledger?

  • Did you falsify any part of that insurance report dated January 1th 2014?

  • Did you make any false entries in the report dated April 15th 2018?

  • Did you knowingly falsify any part of that mortgage application dated June 25th 2016?

  • Did you falsify any of those signatures on that financial application?

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