When a partner dramatically changes their behavior and becomes overly generous, it can raise suspicions of infidelity or other wrongdoing. Our client, Anna, chose our Preston lie detector test service to find out what her partner was up to.

Anna’s Case

Anna was thrilled when her partner Mark brought her expensive gifts. However, she began to question his frequent generosity, as his job didn’t pay much. When she spoke to her best friend Lucy, she started to doubt the gifts and became suspicious that Mark was hiding something. Anna had never suspected him of cheating before, but she couldn’t understand where all the money was coming from.

Lies About Money

Anna contacted our Lie Detector Test Service in Preston, and we formulated the questions to ascertain whether Mark had been cheating and to ask where the money for the gifts came from.

Results Reveal a Shocking Truth

At the time of the test, Mark admitted to impulsively stealing. He hadn’t cheated, but he was being dishonest. Our report convinced Anna that Mark needed to seek help. He was referred to a consultant psychiatrist and diagnosed with Kleptomania, an inability to resist stealing things. After being prescribed medication and undergoing psychotherapy sessions, Mark can now manage his condition with better control over his impulses.

While Anna was happy that Mark wasn’t being unfaithful, she was upset to learn that all of her recent gifts had come from his mental disorder. She arranged for them to be returned to their shops, and the owners were empathetic and happy to have their goods back without taking any further action.

If someone you care about is behaving strangely and you suspect dishonesty, it may not be what you think. Learn how our polygraph services can help by contacting our free helpline.

We provide polygraph test services throughout Preston and the surrounding areas, including our convenient Preston office. If you require a discreet on-site visit, we can also accommodate your needs with a suitable testing environment while prioritizing confidentiality.

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