Pamela Meyer

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Pamela Meyer is a certified fraud examiner and entrepreneur.

Pamela Meyer is the founder of Simpatico Networks, one of the leading companies operating social networks on the Internet. She holds an MBA from Harvard and is a certified fraud expert. She is comprehensively trained in interview and questioning techniques, the interpretation of microexpressions of the face and body language as well as the analysis of statements and behavior. For the book “How to Recognize Every Lie” she worked with a research team for several years and put together a comprehensive study of lies and fraud. Meyer is described by Reader's Digest as "the nation's best known expert on lies".

Latest posts

Success & Management {HR magazine}

Lies in digital communication: Recognizing the truth in 3 steps

The Internet has changed our communication drastically - and made it easy for liars and fraudsters. How can this problem be solved? Read more

Success & Management {HR magazine}

Surrounded by lies: Why people don't tell the truth - 5 steps [+ checklists]

We are surrounded by lies every day, much more than we think. But why can't we unconditionally trust others? 5 findings. Read more