Lie Eye

Detection Services

Note:Two easy steps to follow

1. Get a quote for free NOW
2. Book an appointment NOW with Polygraph examiner

Steven Steyn: 082 545 2449 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Steps to follow by client

Step 1: Get a quote online (Press the button)

Step 2: Book an appointment online (Press the button)

Step 3: Make a 85% deposit EFT (use quote nr: as reference )

Step 4: Examiner consulting with the client discussing the case facts

Step 5: Examiner conduct the test(s) on the day of appointment

Step 6: Client make final 15% payment (Reports only released after final payment received)

Step 7: Full and final reports with results send to client 12/24 hours

Travelling Rates

Pretoria & Other Areas:
(0-100km ) R550.00

JHB CBD & other areas:
(0-150km ) R595.00

Long Distance R6.50 @km

Consultation Fee: R395.00

Mobile services: R795.00

Lie Eye Detection (new polygraph equipment) Steven Steyn are proud to say that he was the very first person testing with the eye detect. Eye detect and polygraph testing are as accurate as 98.90 %. Eye detect services are

  1. Accurate
  2. Cost effective
  3. Efficient and secure
  4. Test is done in 30 minutes
  5. Eye detect is bios, there is no examiner that analyses test results.
  6. Eye detect services test are done and uploaded, synchronised and results are available 10/15 minutes available after test uploaded.

In 2006, after the Converus Science Team completed substantial testing of this concept of monitoring eye behaviour to detect deception, a University of Utah psychology graduate student working with the science team published its findings. The Usher Dissertation documented the first lab study that demonstrated the effectiveness of an ocular-motor deception test (ODT). A second formal scientific study in 2008 confirmed the effectiveness of the ODT technology, and its results were published in the Webb Dissertation in August of that year. In 2012, field studies were conducted. The results were peer reviewed by other scientists and professors and published on April 30 of that year in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. Since the initial product launch, the Science Team has continued to carry out field studies in various languages. Results will be published in an ongoing manner.