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Posted by: George W. Maschke
Posted on: Jul 4th, 2023 at 5:43pm
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It appears that the owners of NITV, LLC moved the company's assets to NITV Federal Services and then filed for bankruptcy (for NITV LLC) in an effort to stiff their creditors. So I don't find it surprising that NITV Federal Services would be able to offer payment for success stories from their customers.

However, I do find it unseemly for a company that markets only to government agencies to be offering such payments. It's not clear who gets the money: the agencies that do business with NITV Federal Services, or the individual public employees who report any such success stories to NITV Federal Services.
Posted by: The_Truth
Posted on: Jul 4th, 2023 at 4:22pm
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Voice-Based “Lie Detector” Marketer Offers $2,000 for Success Stories

NITV, the maker of the CVSA has undergone bankruptcy, yet they have money to spend on soliciting stories about the CVSA… kind of strange, don't you think?
Posted by: John T.
Posted on: Jun 26th, 2023 at 7:07pm
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Police Agencies, please note the following as it may affect your department. 

Bankruptcy of a recognized Florida law enforcement trainer.

Police departments should take note that NITV the maker of the CVSA, has undergone bankruptcy, thus putting their ability to provide future services in doubt.

Interested in the bankruptcy details, then visit the following links: 

NITV LLC (21-18481) United States Bankruptcy Court, S.D. Florida.

Florida Southern Bankruptcy Court

CVSA Huckster Charles Humble Files for Bankruptcy from Newly Purchased $1.6 Million Home