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Rebuttal Poly?
Feb 18th, 2012 at 1:26am
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I asked this of another member privately but thought I'd bring it up and see if anyone thought/thinks it is a good idea.
I know that being told I was "untruthful" while I was being honest made for a lot of anger (and no one to say, "Hey, that's not true... let's step outside" so to speak) and a lost job (probably) I've seen others here with similar stories. I would love to have a qualified poly examiner ask me that question privately (I recall exactly what my failed question was, the examiner only told me about three or four times) and see how it comes out. I've seen the cost of 'private' screening for potential employees (vs a contracted poly examiner) and it is excessive ($1000) but I wonder if there is a place for something like that in the business model of polygraphs? Or is it legal even? Just a thought.
  
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Re: Rebuttal Poly?
Reply #1 - Feb 18th, 2012 at 7:05pm
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It is legal and there may be examiners that would be willing to aid you without cost.
  
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