Published by: Joanne Rogers Date: Jan. 15th, 2019
First off, I just wanna say that what you're going through is NOT your fault. There is no excuse for cheating and you deserve to know the truth!
But if indeed he is a cheater, you won't get that from him. Which is why I've written up this article on the top 3 ways to find out if he truly is.
Although this may be the most obvious answer, it's also the most expensive one. If you have the cash available, this would be your best option.
Private Investigators are really good at gathering information without getting caught. And even if they do get caught, your spouse won't suspect that you hired someone.
Fees range anywhere from $40-$100/hour plus travel expenses.
That's right, cheaters usually have more than one social media or dating account that you're completely unaware of! Most cheating is done online nowadays.
According to a study done by Digital Trends, 67% of all cheaters who used another social media account to cheat with, did it through Facebook.
There's even websites dedicated to helping husbands cheat on their wife and they're in BIG demand! (A big one is AshleyMadison, which nobody should be using.)
So how do you find these potentially hidden accounts? Use online tools like Truth Finder. They're a public database company that crawls the internet for data associated with individuals across the United States.
And you guessed it, they can even find out if your significant other has accounts that you're unaware of! They can also find what locations he's recently visited.
All you have to do is type in their name and general area. From there, Truth Finder will begin narrowing down individuals by asking you to confirm some info about him. (Things you'll likely know the answer to such as who he's related to.)
I'll admit, it's a little scary when you see just how much info they can gather about someone. But it's definitely useful in helping you find the online accounts your husband may be using. You just have to check once a month to get the best results.
(And don't worry, I already checked and yes, it's legal. Private Investigators use these kind of tools all the time. Lucky for you, you don't have to be licensed to use it.)
Go here and give it a shot. You really don't have much to lose and this can finally give you some peace of mind.
Every now and then, drop by unannounced to their workplace or come back home early. Just be there genuinely though, don't have any other motive.
Just go there to surprise them.
If your partner is cheating on you, the first thing they’d do *instead of welcoming you with a smile* is hide something or appear surprised or even angry!
Another thing this does is helps you catch him if he's lying about his whereabouts.
Hiring a private investigator is pretty expensive.
For this reason, my suggestion is to try out Truth Finder first. If you see that he has other accounts online, then that's a big red flag. (I recommend you use this tool once a week for at least 1 month to get the best likelihood of spotting odd behavior. Takes no more than 3 minutes out of your day.)
You can even see what locations he's recently visited. So if he's been somewhere he's lied about.. that's a huge red flag.
If you want to get even more evidence, then just hire a private investigator. Since you used Truth Finder first, you'll know if he's been up to something shady first, that way you don't go wasting your money.
Click here to use Truth Finder.
- Joanne Rogers,