Guest: Traci Brown

Each year, lenders lose hundreds of thousands of dollars to borrowers who give false information. Identity theft related to new account fraud accounts for over $3 billion in losses a year.  If we can improve the ability to spot lies even by a little bit, the impact to banks and businesses would be significant. From a human resource standpoint, detecting when a job applicant is giving false information can be a critical skill for a hiring manager.

On the this episode of ElevateTALKS fraud-busting body language expert Traci Brown joins host Michael Delucchi and reveals some of her best tips, tells, and signs to spot when someone is lying.  Our conversation includes strategies for face-to-face conversations, how to tell if someone is lying on the phone, and if there are generational differences in the art of lying.    

A Three Time US Collegiate Cycling Champion and former member of Team USA Traci is also the author of four books including her latest, How to Detect Lies, Fraud and Identity Theft.   Traci trained in the body language of deception detection right alongside our country’s top law enforcement. Traci teaches the lie, fraud and identity theft detection skills she’s used to get to the truth in billion dollar business deals, crimes and politics. You’ll be able to immediately use the same tools to tell whose pants are on fire, stop fraud and create more success in your own bank and personal life.

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