I wanted to make this its own topic so that it does not get lost in the other thread, and because top comments are publicly viewable and indexable by Google.
My comment from the other thread:
Given your list of certifications and claims, I will pay you $500 if you can take the test for the Camera Course and pass it with a score of at least 85% on the first try.
I will pay you $1,000 if you can find 3 serious errors or significantly out of date items in the material.
Will you back up the materials for the "certified" courses you seem to revere so much in a similar way?
Put up, or shut up. I think your certifications lend far less to your name than you think and I am willing to wager you don't have the "expertise" to hold any opinions of the IPVM courses.
Jeff Zwirn, inventor of The Interceptor, let me know if you are able to meet the challenge and prove your video surveillance expertise.
This is not a debate about Undisclosed posters, ANSI (or other) certifications, unrelated experience from 30 years ago, court testimonials, or anything else. It is a simple and direct challenge for you to prove the expertise you claim in video surveillance. There are two answers "I accept", or "I decline". Any response other than "I accept" will be interpreted as your fear of taking this challenge. You have 1 week to accept, or forfeit.
Anyone else who wants to match my wager is certainly welcomed to do so.