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I have had a secret clearance for the last 4 years. I will be approaching my 5th year now.
I work on a federal contract.
When receiving my secret, I got an interim 2 months after completing my SF86 & my final 6 months after.
Only had one issue on my investigation which was a 16k hospital bill that was later taken care of by insurance.
I applied for a GS job in December, was selected & just did my SF86 for my TS/SCI two weeks ago. Two days ago I received my waiver to start working at the command(is this considered “interim”)? My LT says that in order to get that waiver that means all of my documents and SF86 were “favorable”
Also - whole interview went good!! Had a few things on there we talked about and I genuinely felt good until she started asking questions about things that were ‘found’
She mentioned 3 “large transactions” aprx. 2 months apart back in 2014-2015. WEIRD. I’m gonna be honest; I’m broke lol.
I work a lot and keep my head above water. When I mentioned the only time I have a few thousand come in at a time is during tax time she asked me what I usually get, I told her between 3-6k now that I have a child (which I didn’t have when I got my secret) she told me no they were large transactions. She didn’t and wouldn’t tell me amounts, didn’t even mention the financial institution (I am a member of two small credit unions) I also mentioned I use to have an account with an ex that we would transfer our saved money around when we moved and bought our furniture, and I also mentioned a 6K private loan I took out for school.
Apparently she was wanting big stuff, which never in my life gave I personally dealt or had that much money. ( I also use to work at a bank so I know rules on large transactions and rules for reporting the money )
After we hung up she immediately called back and was like oh could it have been large transactions for a business… my answer ABSOLUTELY NOT. I don’t even own a business
My question is, after a pretty boring and simple interview(fairly fast) do you think she said that to just see if I would say something I might have “forgotten” I have spoke to many colleagues, one of which says he was asked something similar and it was false too. Everyone has believed it to be a trick question. Is this a thing?
Ughfushxiwnxidhxjwhxidbdbdb <— my head right now.