I am a low profile 68 year old long retired business executive that is happily married, is financially sound, was a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and has never done any illegal drugs in his life.
This is me: (linkedin.com/in/dennis-wheeler-lake-mary-florida)
Does this not sound like a very unlikely expert for someone who claims to be an expert on helping people pass drug tests?
THE START OF MY QUEST TO HELP PEOPLE PASS DRUG TESTS
- I have been helping people pass drug tests for almost 40 years.
- It all started with a career that was focused on dealing with the federal government and companies that dealt with the federal government.
- Many of the employees under my direction were subject to drug testing from my company, as a requirement of various contracts or as a requirement of government policies.
- It was very frustrating on the number of key employees that had to be terminated because of failing a drug test. These were good people, incredibly good at their jobs and key to the success of the projects in which they were associated.
- Did their use of various legal and minor illegal drugs affect their ability to preform their jobs in an exceptional manner?
NO IT DID NOT!
AN EXAMPLE ON HOW IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU
My journey to be an expert on helping people pass drug tests began with a trip to California, with my partner at the time, to secure a major contract. He was a bit of a bad boy type and had taken some sort of recreational drug the night before while at some party. I had no idea this had happened.
We found out in our negotiations that it was going to be necessary for both of us to take a urine drug test before the contact could be finalized. We both took the test thinking it would be no big deal.
The company called back in a few days and I took the call, thank god. The company questioned the benzodiazepine in my partners system and asked for a copy of his prescription. He then told me about the drug use and he did not have a prescription of any sort. This started a major panic.
This single action literally could cost us millions of dollars in revenue!
Taking the bull by the proverbial horns, I took off for the library downtown. After spending the day, it was clear that we were caught and there was probably not going to be a way out. However, I had identified that Valium was a benzodiazepine and there was another individual at our company who did have a prescription for Valium. We came up with a believable and simple story.
When the call was returned, I said my partner had a serious fear of flying and was under further stress about doing this contract. His administrator had innocently given him a valium to calm his nerves. The company bought it and the contract went forward.
MY COMMITMENT TO HELP GOOD PEOPLE PASS DRUG TESTS
It was then, in the late 1980’s, that I made a commitment to never let a key individual in my life fail a drug test if a workaround could be generated.
From that point on until my retirement in 2001, I became somewhat of a backroom Robin Hood hero for those who wanted to pass a drug test and might not be able to for various reasons.
WHY IS THIS MY PASSION
There was a group of retied friends out to dinner. We were discussing what directions to take now that we were all retired that could have a positive impact of as many people as possible.
In the early 2000’s, the internet was relatively new. My friends asked why don’t you develop a web site and share your expertise on helping people pass their drug tests across the nation. Be a bigger Robin Hood. That was the start of what is now the web site “Always Test Clean” that you have found you way to.
THE FBI TRIED TO SHUT US DOWN
One morning, in 2009, there was a loud knock on the door at about 6:45 A.M. Looking out the front window there were 2 large black Suburban’s in my driveway and two more Suburban’s blocking the road out of the neighborhood. There were also 5 FBI agents at the door. And they had hand trucks and a federal search warrant.
Seems there were other raids going on around the country that were associated with helping people pass drug tests. Guess the FBI considered me a big player in the “How To Pass Your Drug Test” scene at the time.
There was a test case that had been developed in Philadelphia for information and products that had been published on the internet to help people pass drug tests. The FBI Agent in charge took a 2 hour statement and then also took all my company documents and computers back to Philadelphia.
After about 6 months and a ton of money and lawyers, the FBI failed. It was not illegal to provide information and/or products to help people pass drug tests that were not legally required. It was determined in Federal Court that the legal onus on trying to pass a drug test was on the individuals that were taking the drug tests and we could not be held liable if we walked a specific fine line.
In this kind of situation, you also learn a lot about drugs and drug testing from all kinds of people including expert witnesses from both sides.
WHY AM I AN EXPERT ON HOW TO PASS A DRUG TEST?
Over the last 40 years from personal friends, business and personal contacts and internet searches, my information has literally helped over 100,000 individuals with passing drug tests. I have also learned to separate the real facts on passing drug tests from the urban legends and rumors.
THERE IS SO MUCH BAD ADVICE ON THE INTERNET TODAY
If you go out and search “How To Pass A Drug Test” on the internet, you will find a very similar story from most sites. It is about passing a urine drug test with vague information, no science to back up the claims and the same old urban legends.
SOMETIMES I JUST WANT TO SCREAM
Most other “Experts” on trying to help people pass their drug tests do not have any real world experience, a knowledge of the science behind passing a drug test and are just trying to push the same old urban legends.
Do your research and do the things that make sense. Just because 10 websites say it is true, does not make it true. Find out if there is any reason the authors on those web sites have any real world experience or can scientifically back up their claims.
TRUST THE SCIENCE – NOT THE URBAN LEGENDS
My advice to anyone trying to pass a drug test is to trust the science and not the urban legends.