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Reply #15 - Apr 24th, 2009 at 7:23pm
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Re: As promised - my NSA polygraph experiences
Reply #16 - Apr 26th, 2009 at 6:01am
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Surebet, if you're still out there, you need to let the NSA know that this was you posting.  I don't know if you still have contact with them, but I got blamed for writing this post.  I believe that I have lost my job offer over this.  They brought it up with me, accused me of it, and I haven't heard back from them since.  I don't know who you are, but they think that I am you.
  
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Re: As promised - my NSA polygraph experiences
Reply #17 - May 3rd, 2012 at 7:48pm
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Some body please answer this if you can.  So I went for my first polly for NSA a year ago. Everything went great, I was extremely candid and honest with all my answers of course. And then few months later an investigator called me and just asked few more questions and that's it, that went fine too. I have not heard back from them at all since then. I don't know if I should still wait or have they already moved on with my case and don't want me anymore? I have no idea. I really want to work for the NSA and I'm patiently waiting and hopefully I  hear something back. I have a good background except that I was born overseas.
  
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Re: As promised - my NSA polygraph experiences
Reply #18 - Jun 23rd, 2013 at 7:43am
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[quote author=5D6564614A6C646368740D0 link=1231592632/8#8 date=1231634694]No, no, no!
I suspect that by the time the victims and rejects of the polygraph and BI resort to posting anything here, they probably have nothing left to lose concerning their applications for Community work.   Thus, it would appear to matter little whether Community polygraphers monitor this site or not. Angry
The polygraph operators there encourage their victims to post here.

 
  

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Re: As promised - my NSA polygraph experiences
Reply #19 - Jun 23rd, 2013 at 7:47am
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there are many other forums and mean's to get the information.


Many other forums??  Like where?  How many?  As good a quality as this website??

This is an excellent post, placed in exactly the right place, with exactly the right kind solid info that could save someone's career.

[color=#ff0000][/color]Or that hopefully could dissuade people from wasting their time on applying to agencies in the Community.
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there are many other forums and mean's to get the information.


Many other forums??  Like where?  How many?  As good a quality as this website??

This is an excellent post, placed in exactly the right place, with exactly the right kind solid info that could save someone's career.

Bravo!

  

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Re: As promised - my NSA polygraph experiences
Reply #20 - Jun 23rd, 2013 at 7:54am
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I continue to be astounded and appalled at the naivete of both the applicants who waste their time applying to agencies in the Community, as well as the hostility of some of the pro-Community posters on this site.
I think this hostility is demonstrative of  a component of the personality or psychological profile of the individuals whom are able to bluff (or luck) their way through the polygraph and BI process. Angry
  

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Reply #21 - Apr 20th, 2017 at 12:27am
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"Surebet, if you're still out there, you need to let the NSA know that this was you posting."  Grin Grin Grin

please be a good boy and run right to the NSA and TELL THEM WHAT YOU'VE DONE. ALL SHALL BE FORGIVEN.
I'm sorry to bump this very old thread, but i really get a kick out of seeing how desperate the feds are to stop people from sharing this information. 
It's doubly stupid because when you guys do this, you are essentially marking or highlighting which posts you desperately DON'T want people to read. And thus highlighting which are the most important. Pretty f---ing stupid.
sorry y'all but
as long as you keep interviewing and spitting out people "rejected by the poly," you will continue to have a large mass of people willing to share their polygraph stories with the public. 
change your policies, if this site scares you. Reject applicants on the basis of their merits or lack thereof, not on the word of some idiot power hungry polygraph "operator."
  
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