Get the real evidence directly from your cheating spouse by using Wilsons Detectives Internet tools / unique software tools.
Although it’s not that hard to find out if your spouse is cheating on you or not it’s not always what it seems to be.
Do not judge by clues but only on real evidence. Especially when you are aiming for a divorce.
What you want are real facts of cheating and no clues like…
He sets up a new e-mail account and doesn’t tell you about it.
She leaves the house in the morning smelling like Irish Spring and returns in the evening smelling like Safeguard.
He joins the gym and begins a workout program.
He buys a cell phone and doesn’t let you know.
Don’t risk your relationships on clues but only on facts. There might be dozens of reason why she sets up a new email address without telling you.
Instead, you can get real evidence either by hiring a private investigator (which is pretty expensive) or by using free or cheap prized internet tools or spy software like
spy passwords( Spy Software)
keyword logger (Spy Software)
screen snapshots (Spy Software)
Spy Software Rating
-multiple tools to available to catch the cheating spouse (password hacker, key-logger , screen snapshots) etc.
– for any kind of Spy Software you need direct access to your spouse computer.
-Spy Software might get detected by a virus killer or adware tool running on your spouse PC
With a spy tool you will be able to see exactly what your cheating spouse have been doing online and off-line just like you are looking at the computer monitor over his/her shoulders!
Spy Software is a stealthy computer monitoring software which allows you to secretly record all activities of computer users and automatically deliver logs to you via Email.
Including all areas of the system such as email sent, Web sites visited, every keystroke (including login/password of ICQ, MSN, AOL, AIM, and Yahoo Messenger or Webmail), file operations, online chat conversation, and take screen snapshot at set intervals just like a surveillance camera directly point at the computer monitor.
Features include password protection, logs remote delivery (your own SMTP server is NOT required!), suspend on idle, monitoring schedule, HTML report, logs sorting and searching, as well as a solid stealth technology that prevents virus scanners and spyware detectors from finding/disabling it.
The approach with anonymous email to catch a cheating spouse is pretty different then the spy software approach.
– you don’t need direct access to your spouse computer
– your spouse might ignore your emails
A direct approach to confront your cheating spouse which leads to a direct action.
An anonymous email is nothing more then an email where the sender of the email is unknown, anonymous.
With an anonymous email you can …
send a warning message to your cheating spouse
pretend a different person (the one your spouse is cheating on you) telling your spouse to send email only on this anonymous email address.
Do not use Hotmail, Yahoo or other free email providers to send your anonymous email. These companies do not provide the “anonymous protection” you need.
Instead use anonymous email providers which guarantees you explicit protection of your data (IP, sent email etc)
As a couples mediator, my practice specializes in trust issues and tech-based infidelity. What do I mean by that? Well, it’s infidelity that begins via technology — in most cases, as texting between opposite-sex friends that eventually leads to an emotional and/or sexual affair.
While many couples enjoy healthy opposite-sex friendships within their marriage or relationship, any professional who works with couples will tell you that inappropriate opposite-sex friendships are the gateway to all kinds of relationship problems, from feelings of divided loyalty to full-blown infidelity.
Why? Well, I think there’s something about the “arm’s length” feel of technology that makes people behave in ways they wouldn’t if they were face to face. Too often, texts or messages between opposite-sex friends can escalate quickly, especially because of the false sense of intimacy they create. They also provide a fun “rush” during an otherwise boring or predictable day. And that can be very compelling. If a person’s primary relationship happens to be going through a rough spot or dry spell, it is even easier for opposite-sex friendships to spiral into something more serious.
Before you know it, one partner is locking his or her cell phone, deleting messages or going into the next room to text. When his or her partner asks, “Who are you texting?” that partner is met with an angry response such as “That’s none of your business” or “That’s private.” When a suspicious or hurt partner asks, “Why are you texting him/her so often? I’m worried he/she is coming between us,” that partner is met with an indignant, “We’re just friends. You’re crazy. Stop being so controlling and paranoid.”
And therein lies the problem: many people who suspect their partner is having an inappropriate opposite sex friendship — and who fear it is leading to infidelity — often end up questioning themselves or worrying that they are being jealous, paranoid or controlling. After all, no one wants to be “that” spouse.
The flip side of that, however, is that those who are indeed behaving in untrustworthy ways often use these very expressions — You’re crazy! We’re just friends! Stop being so jealous or controlling! Get over it! — to essentially bully their partner into silence. That way, they can continue to engage in what they know is a disrespectful and dangerous situation without having to deal with their partner’s “nagging” questions. In the end, people are people — we want to keep doing what’s fun and we grow irritated when someone steps between us and the fun.
Of course, this is a very superficial look at inappropriate opposite-sex friendships. There is no doubt that some partners are controlling or suspicious by nature and misinterpret innocent opposite-sex friendships. There is no doubt that some committed relationships are deeply troubled to begin with. Inappropriate opposite-sex friendships is a complicated issue, and one that affects countless couples.
It’s why I wrote my book COUPLES IN CRISIS: OVERCOMING AFFAIRS & OPPOSITE-SEX FRIENDSHIPS
That being said, I have been in this business long enough to know one thing: those who have nothing to hide, hide nothing. If a partner is locking his or her phone, deleting messages or engaging in secretive behaviour, it is likely that your concerns are founded to some extent. Similarly, if your partner tends to belligerently downplay your concerns or turn the focus on you by using these kinds of phrases — You’re crazy! You’re controlling! You’re jealous! We’re just friends, deal with it! — it may be time to stop listening to his or her accusations and instead start listening to your own gut.