We’ve all thought about it before; if I knew a friend’s partner or spouse was cheating, should I tell? If my partner was cheating, would I want someone to tell me? Well, what if it was a complete stranger?
Recently the story came out of a hotel manager who did just that. This hotel manager confessed a story on any anonymous website that they noticed a married man would come in weekly, book a hotel room, and cheat on his wife. The manager decided to take it into his own hands and, in a sneaky passive-aggressive move, mailed a thank you note, addressed to the wife, thanking the couple for their loyal, regular patronage.
The reaction online to this move was mixed and angry. Some declared this ‘detective work’ intrusive and immoral (even illegal!), others congratulated the man for catching the man out and bringing his cheating ways to light.
It’s hard to know how you would feel in this situation. On the one hand, you can feel betrayed if someone knew but didn’t tell you. They let you continue believing that everything is OK while your husband or wife is having an affair. On the other hand, it can be humiliating know that a friend, family member, or even hotel manager has find out about your partner’s infidelity before you did.
In the end, our team of private investigators is on the fence as to which is better, but we all unanimously agree that when we give our clients the good or bad news from investigating a cheating husband, cheating wife or cheating partner, they are always relieved that they found out on their own terms.
Don’t wait for some busy body to stick their nose in your affairs. If you have suspicions about your partner cheating, our detectives can help you get the necessary proof without it becoming a public affair. If you have your suspicions, please call us today to speak with one of our discreet detectives.
We have the highest degree of experience and skill, and know how to get you the truth while keeping your suspicions discreet. If you have doubts about a potential cheating partner or spouse, you deserve to find out the truth, and not from a hotel manager! Give us a call on 1300 721 715 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to see how we might be able to put your mind at ease.