Private detective reveals tech tips to help women catch their cheating rat husband.
Suspicious your partner is sniffing around another skank? A detective wants to help you snare him!
You’ve spotted lipstick on his collar, smelt perfume on his clothes and noticed that smug look of sexual satisfaction on his cheating, lying rat face.
If you suspect your dog of a husband has been sniffing around other skanks, it can often be hard to prove your suspicions.
But a private eye wants to help you out.
He agreed to reveal a few tricks of the trade which could help your trap a cheater – or clear his name and move on with your life.
Know the law
It is legal to snoop on a man to “protect your emotional and moral wellbeing” – but illegal to do it for financial gain.
He says these provisions are contained in article 8, which gives everyone the “respect for his or her private and family life, home and correspondence“.
But we’d advise you to consult a lawyer rather than rely entirely on this article for guidance.
Bug his car
Its legal to plant a tracking device on the outside of the car, as long as it doesn’t affect the vehicle’s performance.
If the device is inside the car, you’re infringing your husband’s privacy and could be clobbered by the long arm of the law.
“As far I’m aware, I’ve never known a PI to be arrested or suffer legal consequences by planting a tracking device on the outside of a car,” the PI claimed.
Set a honeytrap
However, he advised caution here, because of the naughty nature of most men.
“We won’t send a stunning honey trapper to catch a man, because most wives know what men are like,” he said.
“Its unwise to think any husband would turn down a top model.”
Be extra vigilant at Christmas and during the summer
And you’ve heard of the sun-kissed concupiscence of Mediterranean party islands.
So wives need to keep an eye on their partner during summer and the Christmas season.
Then perhaps you can give him a present no man would want: a divorce.
Search for the other woman’s social media profile
You can use Bing (see below) or simply keep an eye on your partner’s phone and check out the numbers you don’t recognise.
If a so-called ‘friend’ keeps on calling – its a fair bet the relationship is more than platonic.
Put spyware on his phone
This will allow you to install spyware which can track his movements and allow you monitor every text or email he sends and recieves – although most cheaters will probably use a second mobile to carry out an affair.
Several pieces of spyware can be legally bought online, although we’d advise seeking legal advice before you go the full hog and bug your hubby’s smartphone.
The PI offered another reason to be cautious: “I’ve known women get addicted to spyware and spend months doing nothing but monitoring their partner’s phone.”
Beware of the ‘seven year itch’
“It goes back to cave man times,” he said.
“Seven years is enough time to get a women pregnant and raise children so they are mobile enough to run away from predators.
“Many customers come to me around the seven year relationship mark, when that male instinct to procreate with someone else starts to take hold.”
Use the search engine Bing rather than Google
“Google will search for media coverage, while Bing will search for addresses or phone numbers.”
This could allow you to track down a suspected lover, or perhaps check up on his alibi.
Did hubby say he’s gone to visit a work colleague – find out that ‘friend’s” details and you can find out if he’s telling the truth.
So tell us did you use any of these tools yet? Or aren’t you ready to detective yet?