What is VerifEye?

It’s a mobile app for iOS or Android phones that quickly and accurately validates truth by measuring involuntary eye behavior. VerifEye tests can be self-administered anywhere in about five minutes in almost any language. It significantly changes how the world verifies truth.

World-renowned scientists developed the original ocular-motor deception test in 2003 and through extensive research, they have made improvements ever since, including this significant milestone.

Why is VerifEye different?

Compared to other truth verification options available, it is fast, accurate, easy to use, automated, low cost, flexible, and specifically designed for mobile phones. VerifEye is unique.

What does VerifEye do?

Using a standard cell phone, along with some patent-pending techniques, you can accurately verify the truth for these scenarios:

  • Employment: to vet job applicants or contractors or to monitor existing employee or contractor behavior
  • Identity: to validate a person’s identity for financial services, to verify the truthfulness of a self-reported, personal or professional profile, or to validate a person’s identity for access control
  • Creditworthiness: to determine credit risk for new client accounts, loans, or lines of credit
  • Claims: to verify the truthfulness of insurance claims, to test for compliance with a treatment program or parole terms and conditions, or to resolve allegations of infidelity or sexual misconduct

What happens when you don’t tell the truth?

Your brain has to work harder when you are deceptive. The greater the consequences of getting caught, the greater the work load (cognitive load). This affects the eyes, whether you know it or not. VerifEye measures changes in pupil diameter, eye movement, blinks, fixations and other things.

Why does it matter?

When administered in combination with other tests, it can add validity to a selection or review process. VerifEye is an overt truth verification test designed to directly measure a participant’s memory of past experiences, including counterproductive or dishonest behavior. Credibility can be a strong predictor of overall job performance, reliability, and trustworthiness.