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Below you’ll find the answers to the question we get asked the most about Lie Detect.

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Have a look at some of the most frequently asked questions about our lie detector services.

One lie detector test is £££ + VAT.

If you need more than one test, please see our different lie detector packages for a full breakdown of our pricing structures.

Our lie detector tests are accurate about 95% of the time.

The easiest way to pass a lie detector test is to tell the truth. There is a lot of misinformation online about beating lie detectors. We don’t know of any genuinely effective method that can be used to pass a lie detector while lying.

If you’re ready to book your test now, please go to our online booking page. If you have any questions before you book, please call us on [#]. Alternatively, fill out our contact form and one of our agents will get back to you today.

Lie detector results are not admissible as evidence in any criminal courts in the UK. You won’t be able to use them as standalone evidence in civil courts either, but you might be able to use them to strengthen your case. It would help if you spoke to a solicitor to determine whether a lie detector test can help you with your civil case or tribunal.

It’s not possible to ‘beat’ a lie detector test by staying calm. If anything, this makes the polygraph results easier to interpret. It is theoretically possible to get away with lying on a polygraph test, but it would involve much practice with a cooperative, trained interpreter. If someone has never taken a polygraph test before, they almost definitely won’t be able to lie and pass

Lie detector tests are completely voluntary. Nobody has to take a lie detector test. You don’t have to answer any questions in the test if you don’t want to, but non-responses will be recorded in the final report.

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