I get paid to catch cheaters…here’s my ‘loyalty check’ to see if YOUR partner is unfaithful

Many people have suspected that their partner was cheating, but wondered if those feelings had any weight or if their thoughts were playing tricks on them.

A women-only ‘love rat’ researcher has shared her ‘loyalty check’ which she claims will reveal breadcrumbs that lead to an unfaithful man being caught.

Madeline Smith told DailyMail.com that she performs about 100 a week and that for every ten men, an average of eight fail.

The audit includes certain apps on their phone, files on their computer, and how they use Google Search.

DailyMail.com recently spoke to Madeline Smith, who manages around 100 a week, and said that in every ten men, an average of eight failed

When a woman contacts her, Smith first gets an idea of ​​the possible red flags.

“If the man has been secretive in the past, the answer is almost always ‘Yes,'” she told DailyMail.com.

“Based on his personality, his profile and so on, I will approach them in the way that I think works best.”

Smith then starts chatting with the man in question, engaging him in conversation and trying to see if he will deny that he is in a relationship.’

“Some guys say, ‘I’m married’… but they still want to hook up. Then I send the screenshots to the girl and block the guy.”

Quite an eye-catcher

How do you know if your partner has a wandering eye? said Smith there is one telltale sign above all others.

‘I have spoken to a surprising number of women who have been married for ten years and are not allowed to touch his phone. And that’s really wild.’

If you’ve been dating for three months, that’s one thing. But when you’re married, something strange happens, she explained.

DailyMail.com recently spoke to Madeline Smith, who manages around 100 a week, and says that in every 10 men, an average of eight fail.  When a woman contacts her, Smith first tries to get a sense of the possible red flags

DailyMail.com recently spoke to Madeline Smith, who manages around 100 a week, and says that in every 10 men, an average of eight fail. When a woman contacts her, Smith first tries to get a sense of the possible red flags

“I know a couple, they’ve been married for 20 years, and he won’t let her put her on Find My Friends,” Smith continued.

Everyone deserves privacy, but if you can’t look at your partner’s phone and don’t know exactly where he is at any time, consider that a red flag. Those who have nothing to hide, hide nothing.

Before you go hunting

Before we go through the steps, let me make it clear: If you think your partner is cheating, the best thing you can do is sit down and have a conversation with him or her. If they deny it and you’re still suspicious, the technology leaves clues.

Sneaky apps

Smith said there are plenty of apps for sharing messages, photos, videos and more that aren’t what they seem.

Calculator Pro+ is an example of this. It looks like a calculator, but stores texts and call logs of secret contacts. Some people use Google Docs or other sharing services to chat.

Check out their screen time report to better understand which apps your partner uses and for how long.

Look for something unusual. I’d say it’s strange to use a calculator app for four hours a week.

Check screen time and usage on an iPhone:

● Go to Settings > Screen Time. Choose Show all activities and then Week. A summary of weekly usage is displayed.

● You can tap Day to view a summary of daily usage.

Check app usage on an Android:

● Tap Settings > Digital Wellbeing & Parental Controls > Dashboard to view the screen times for each app.

● Screen Time shows which apps have been on the screen and for how long.

Cheaters have also been known to create online Google Docs or Microsoft 365 files that look innocent until they are opened.

For example, the file name could be “Third Quarter Goals.” When the file opens, the first page appears to be a bunch of corporate talk.

But scrolling down reveals the file’s real purpose.

The online document is a secret way to share notes, photos and videos with someone else.

Find each letter of the alphabet

Cheaters would have to be stupid not to clear their browsers’ search history. If they routinely visit dating sites, they will probably think they are covering their tracks.

Autocomplete is harder to remember. Search engines like Google do a remarkable job of guessing your search parameters based on everything you’ve ever searched.

If you share a computer with a suspicious spouse, you might want to type “Megalodon” and instead the words “Megan Granger home phone number” will flash across the field. Take this a few steps further.

Start typing each letter of the alphabet and see what appears.

Check the phone locations

Since we rely more on GPS, you might also want to take a look at your partner’s location history.

For Google users, the ‘previous destinations’ menu option on the navigation system can record your partner’s movements; for Android users, the Google Timeline feature (found in the Google Maps app or online) works the same way.

If your partner uses an iPhone, there’s one place you should definitely look. Many people don’t even know this wealth of tracking exists.

You can find an iPhone user’s frequent locations in Settings, Privacy & Security, Location Services, System Services, and then Important Locations.

It takes quite a bit of effort to consistently disable or remove these types of settings, so if they don’t do anything, you’ll probably find something.

Finding evidence of a cheater can be a daunting task. Make sure you take care of yourself during the process.

All business

If you’re interested in Smith’s services, the price starts at $45 for a simple test, where she texts your husband. Rates go up if you want the VIP treatment, including a direct connection to Madeline.

She started doing this on the side to help women and make some money. She earned a few thousand dollars a month.

Now it’s a full-time gig. “We’re going to see where it blooms,” she said.