Do you ever get the feeling that someone isn’t telling you something? Do you feel like you’re being left out of the loop on something that could potentially impact you? Do you suspect someone is lying about information that’s important to you?
The unfortunate state of things is that people all have secrets and often, secrets can harm others if they’re kept. In this way, it can come down to getting someone to tell you what you need to know in order to protect yourself, should that information ever come out. This is where a polygraph test—also known as a lie detector test—can come in handy.
Lie detector tests have a tendency to cut through the lies, secret and deceit, to give you a clear picture of what information is being kept from you—all you need is a set of well-targeted questions and someone willing to bet the farm against their ability to keep a secret.
By monitoring uncontrolled responses in a person’s body—such as heart rate—lie detector tests can detect when someone isn’t giving you the full truth. By probing further with more precise questions or catching someone off guard with a pertinent question, you can get the scoop on whether what they’re telling you is a lie or not.
If you suspect a cheating spouse, have a suspicion about someone that you need confirmed or find yourself feeling uneasy about a secret you suspect someone else might have, challenge them to taking a polygraph today to see if it helps unearth the answers you need.