Studies show that 40-50% of women and 50-60% of men cheat. If you have suspicions that your spouse or significant other is cheating, you’re probably right.
Do you suspect your spouse/partner is cheating?
Infidelity warning signs – if your spouse/partner:
- Spends more and more time away from home
- Has a decreased sexual interest in you
- Is often “unavailable” while at work
- Attends work social functions and wants to go alone
- Doesn’t return your cell phone calls on time, or not at all
- Leaves the room to talk on the telephone
- Won’t let you use their cell phone
- Uses the computer alone and secretly
- Always wants to know what you’re doing and where you are
- Has more cash on hand with no accountability
- Keeps personal vehicle locked, or misplaces and hides spare key
- Has unexplained payments on bank statements
- Cell phone bills contain calls with long duration to unknown numbers
- Now has calling card, but never used one before
- Has unexplained receipts in wallet or purse
- Has suspicious voice-mail or text messages
- Has unknown or unidentified cell phone numbers in contact list
- Has a new email account or multiple email accounts
- Is always deleting email messages or text messages
What to do if you Suspect You are Being Cheated on?
Obviously, the best thing to do if you suspect that you are being cheated on is to get the facts. Contacting a private investigator to check on your loves ones may not be easy, but living with fear and doubt are clearly worse. After all, who doesn’t want peace of mind?
In today’s age, there are a number of surveillance options available, from video equipment to digital still cameras. This allows someone to be tracked and filmed almost anywhere, indoors or outdoors. Even a mobile GPS tracker can be placed on vehicles to monitor their location. This affordable option allows you to keep track of where someone is, but without having to pay an investigator full-time to follow them around.