Women reveal their trick for finding out if their partner is cheating
Scorned women reveal their VERY sneaky trick for finding out if their partner is cheating on them – and it takes just seconds
- A group of women online have shared their foolproof trick for catching a cheater
- Girlfriend said she saw her partner was getting Lyft’s to his ex’s address
- She needs to find ‘proof’ that they communicate in order to confront him
- A woman suggested she type a full stop into his texts, bringing up the latest
- Others confirmed this works and saves you sifting through all the messages
A young woman convinced that her boyfriend is cheating – but requiring further proof – has been offered a foolproof ‘hack’ for checking his text messages.
The anonymous girlfriend, who posted in a popular dating Facebook group, spoke about her anguish of finding out her boyfriend might be cheating on her with his ex-partner.
‘Found out my partner has some rides on Lyft with his ex’s address. He goes when I’m at work,’ she said.
‘I check his phone really well but can’t figure how they communicate. I need to have proof to confront him… Any advice?’
The anonymous girlfriend, who posted in a popular dating Facebook group, spoke about her anguish of finding out her boyfriend might be cheating on her with his ex-partner (stock image)
A few woman agreed that the best way to know if he has been corresponding with her is to bring up his text messages and ‘create a new one’.
‘This only works for iPhone I think but if you go to “new message” and type a “.” in there it will display every person they’ve texted in order even if they’ve deleted the thread. You won’t see the messages but you’ll at least have proof they’ve been texting,’ she said.
‘Go to his messages, click to type a new text message and type “.” and all the numbers he has recently texted will pop up,’ agreed another.
‘Go to his messages, click to type a new text message and type “.” and all the numbers he has recently texted will pop up,’ agreed another (stock image)
Others told her the Lyft address was all the proof she should need and to ‘get out of there now’.
Previously, Australian brand Down Under Investigations shared a TikTok video detailing how to catch a cheater, with the team member saying the ‘subtle’ signs include gaslighting, lying and/or accusing you of cheating without any proof.
‘Top five signs you’ve got a cheater on your hands – they lie about big things and small things, they get excessively defensive, they gaslight, they accuse you of cheating and they have a history of cheating,’ he said.
Australian brand Down Under Investigations shared a TikTok video detailing how to catch a cheater, with the team member saying the ‘subtle’ signs include gaslighting, lying and/or accusing you of cheating without any proof
‘Top five signs you’ve got a cheater on your hands – they lie about big things and small things, they get excessively defensive, they gaslight, they accuse you of cheating and they have a history of cheating,’ he said
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He also gave tips while catching a cheater live in the act while following a woman’s boyfriend in his car late at night.
‘When your boyfriend’s a 10 but he’s just got a taxi back to his ex-girlfriend’s house,’ the man said over footage of the act.
The video shot at night shows a man exiting a vehicle and starting to walk towards a house.
In the comments the private investigator also warned to be suspicious if your partner has a ‘sudden interest in their own appearance and weight’.
‘Also be aware if they keep buying new clothes, have a new “obsession” with perfume or aftershave, spend more time showering and “start washing their own clothes”,’ he wrote.
Being secretive and taking their phone ‘everywhere’ may also be a sign of infidelity.
Other TikTok users agreed and shared their own key warning signs.
‘Phone face down and with them at ALL times,’ one person wrote, another added: ‘Coming home different hours of day and night.’
A third added: ‘They say they’re going to wash the car at 10:30 at night and don’t return for several hours… my ex.’
A psychologist recently spoke to FEMAIL about a lesser-known secret to spotting a cheater.
The 12 warning signs of infidelity:
1. They are playing new music
2. The passenger seat has been adjusted
3. More mileage on the car than there should be
4. Being protective of phone, social media or email
5. Dramatic change in sex drive
6. Decline in communication
7. New clothes and underwear
8. Change in personality
9. They want to do their own laundry
10. They start using new phrases
11. They’re spending more money
12. You catch them not wearing their wedding ring
Instead of taking note of your partner’s behaviours or facial expressions, Daniel Acon suggested analysing what your partner says.
In a recent Instagram video, Mr Acon, from the US, said if your partner acts suspiciously and accuses you of cheating without any hard evidence, this could be a red flag they are unfaithful.
But he started by saying: ‘Disclaimer: this only works if you haven’t broken their trust, otherwise, they might be justified in how they feel about you.
Psychologist Daniel Acon (pictured) shared how to spot a cheater based on what they say. He said if your partner acts suspiciously and accuses you of cheating without any hard evidence, this could be a red flag they are unfaithful
‘If you’re dating someone and they start accusing you of cheating or they’re worried that you’re talking to other people without any evidence, it usually means that they’re cheating and talking to other people,’ Acon says.
‘They’re just worried that you’re doing the same thing.’
He added how the psychological term for this behaviour is called ‘projection’ and said: ‘People tend to project what’s inside of them onto other people.’
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While many were ‘mind blown’ after watching the video, others disagreed with the tip.
‘Not really. What if someone has anxiety and fear of abandonment,’ one person wrote in the comments.
‘What about the trauma of being cheated on?’ another asked, to write Mr Acon responded with: ‘Absolutely, I didn’t say this was every single time.’
A third added: ‘I have a fear, not because I’m doing it myself but I’m scared to get hurt while I let my protection wall down.’
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