Cheating Partners

Do you suspect your partner of cheating on you? 

Cheating partners, matrimonial or pre-nuptial investigations may include discreet surveillance, 'honey-trap' operations, vehicle or person-trackingmonitor all emails sent and received (even deleted ones), monitor all websites visited. I can monitor their location by gps (either by a tracking device or via their mobile phone) as well as remotely open the microphone and camera on their mobile phone or computer. If you suspect your partner of cheating, I will find out, one way or another.


The facts on infidelity are shocking.

According to the latest infidelity statistics (Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, April. 2015:  http://www.statisticbrain.com/infidelity-statistics/):

  •      74% of men say they would have an affair if they knew they would never get caught (that's 3/4);
  •         68% of women say they would have an affair if they knew they would never get caught (that's over 2/3);
  •         15-20% of cheaters repeat their cheating acts (1/5);
  •         54% of women admit to committing infidelity (sleeping with somebody else) in any relationship they've had (that's                  over 1/2);
  •         32% of women who admitted to infidelity said it was with an old boyfriend or crush (nearly 1/3), compared to 21% of           men (1/5).

1 in 5 (22%) of all intimite relationships have a partner who has cheated, or is cheating (according to the Love, Lust & Loyalty survey)! This rate is SEVEN times higher among married men! What's more, nearly half of people have admitted to being unfaithful at some point in their lives - though this admittance is usually not to their partner:

  • 6 in 10 cheaters believe that they totally got away with the affair and that their partner was not in the least bit suspicious, whilst only 2% of cheaters were exposed for what they were, but of those 2%, only 6% (both men and women) of these actually confessed to having an affair! So if you think your partner is going to 'fess-up', think again. 

Bearing these figures in mind if you think your partner is cheating, you may be wrong. You may be being paranoid. You also may be right and you have the chance to either stop it before it gets too far, perhaps save your relationship, or end it to save any further heartache and embarrassment. You may even want proof that you can take to the divorce lawyer that your partner has been less than faithful. 


Honey Traps

Honey traps have many uses. 

  • You can find out if your partner is the faithful type by catching them in the act of making certain proposals to somebody;
  • You can check out a potential partner (perhaps one that you're going to commit to long-term), to see if they are going to     play-around the first chance they get;
  • Honey traps can be employed for men and women, gay or straight.

They're  not cheap, but they do give you peace of mind, as well as possibly saving you heartbreak in the future.