Sunderland Eye Detect Test proves pregnancy rumours
A Sunderland eye detect test proves pregnancy rumours when our client Jason is accused of being the father by his ex-girlfriend Karen. Here is Jason’s story and how Eye Detect Test UK helped him to prove his innocence in his case.
Jason and Karen were dating for six years before Jason broke up with her. He grew tired of constant lies from Karen and finally found her in bed with his friend, Tom. Tom and Karen ended up dating as soon as Jason moved out and he didn’t want anything further to do with either of them.
Tom turned up one evening at Jason’s new flat, with Karen in floods of tears. Tom accused Jason of sleeping with Karen again behind his back, and getting her pregnant. Jason laughed and told Tom to stop being ridiculous, saying he hadn’t had any contact with either of them since things ended four months ago. He told Tom he had to be the father, or that Karen had been up to her old tricks and had slept with someone else.
Things grew worse and worse for Jason when he started to get menacing prank calls at work and at home. He was getting more and more tired of Tom and Karen and decided he needed to look at his options. He browsed the internet for advice, and came across Eye Detect Test UK’s blog. After reading various blog posts and reading more information about our lie detector eye detect test, he decided to book a test at our Newcastle office.
Time for a lie detector test
Jason managed to get Tom and Karen to join him whilst he took his lie detector test. The results showed that Jason was telling the truth. Tom apologised to Jason, and Karen simply stormed off. Jason advised Tom to get Karen to take a lie detector test to prove that she had been cheating on him. He wishes him the best and thanked Eye Detect Test UK for proving his innocence and ridding him of stress and accusations which were untrue.
If you suspect your partner guilty of cheating on you or wish to clear your name of false allegations, then book a lie detector test with us today online. You can also call our free helpline on 0800 368 8279 for advice and booking information.