Valentine’s Day- The Day Cheating Spouses Get Caught

Valentine’s Day, for most, is the most romantic day of the year. Thanks to Hallmark, we buy the ones we love gifts and send them flowers. The problem, if you are married and sending the flowers and gifts  to someone other than your spouse, you may just get caught.

Poynter Online details how , particularly on February 14, cheating spouses get caught:

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution found private detectives who said Valentine's Day is a big deal for cheating spouses:

Feb. 14, these investigators joke, is their Super Bowl of Surveillance.

"Eighty percent of cheating spouses will try to spend part of the day with the other person," said Jimmie Mesis, editor of the trade journal PI Magazine.

Ruth Houston -- founder of InfidelityAdvice.com and author of "Is He Cheating On You?" -- says she normally discourages the use of private investigators, but makes an exception for Valentine's Day.

"I've seen too many people spend hundreds of thousands of dollars, only to come up empty except for a receipt," Ruth said. "But if someone's cheating, they are going to make contact on Valentine's Day, either to give a gift or receive one."

Jeanene Weiner is the founder of Busted Confidential Investigations, an all-woman outfit in Marietta boasting the grrl-power motto "Where Intuition and Information Meet."

Her Valentine's Day will begin early, because she knows from experience that many of the cheaters will schedule a breakfast or lunch-hour tryst.

"This way, they get to go home after work and spend a romantic evening with the person they're married to, and no one suspects a thing," she said.

Last year, The Wall Street Journal found:

The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts, a Southfield, Mich., trade group of professionals trained to review divorce settlements, says filings typically spike in mid-February. "It's so consistent I can't deny a pattern," says Natalie Nelson, a divorce financial analyst in Boulder, Colo.

Indeed, divorce lawyers say they frequently turn up evidence of Valentine's Day duplicity when they review financial documents. Credit-card receipts from restaurants or purchases at fancy jewelry stores are the most common giveaways, says Heidi Harris, a partner at New York law firm Sheresky Aronson & Mayefsky.

New York attorney Raoul Felder concurs: "The kinds of purchases documented for Feb. 14 give an indication of how serious the relationship is," he says.

Obviously, the way not to get caught -don't have an adulterous relationship.

23 Responses

  1. 11/4/2016 @ 14:38:04: lorem ipsum clementlaw.com
  2. clementlaw.com does it yet again with BLOGTITLE! Very interesting site and a good article. Nice work!
  3. 11/9/2016 @ 20:33:51 Appreciate the site– extremely easy to navigate and much to see!
  4. Just wanted to tell you keep up the excellent job!| Greetings from California!
  5. 11/11/2016 Love this site– very easy to navigate and much to see!
  6. I have been surfing online more than three hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. Itis pretty worth enough for me. In my view, if all web owners and bloggers made good content asyou did, the net will be much moreuseful than ever before.
  7. Greetings! Very useful advice within this post! It is the little changes that will make the biggest changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!|
  8. I more or less share your take on this subject and look forward to additional posts and comments here at clementlaw.com. Thanks!
  9. I'm gratified with the way that clementlaw.com covers this type of subject matter. Usually on point, sometimes controversial, without fail thoughtful and also challenging.
  10. In my opinion, clementlaw.com does a good job of handling topics of this sort! Even if frequently intentionally controversial, the posts are generally thoughtful and thought-provoking.
  11. I enjoy your take on this subject and look forward to upcoming posts and comments here at clementlaw.com. Keep up the good work!
  12. As soon as I noticed this internet site I went on reddit to share some of the love with them.
  13. I generally agree with your take on this topic and look forward to new posts and comments here at clementlaw.com. Thanks!
  14. Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your weblog and wished to say that I have truly enjoyed browsing your blog posts. In any case I'll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again very soon!
  15. Thanks for helping out, fantastic info.
  16. I like this site it's a master piece! Glad I discovered this on google.
  17. Hey, ein toller Artikel.
  18. Hi, for all time i used to check web site posts here early in the break of day, for the reason that i like to learn more and more.
  19. Amazing site check out my articles about what's trending in search.
  20. Outstanding site check out my page about what's trending in Seo.
  21. This is the best search engine in the planet
  22. I appreciate so much for your time in writing this post.
  23. Hi There! We are searching for experienced people that might be interested in from working their home on a full-time basis. If you want to earn $500 a day, and you don't mind writing some short opinions up, this is the perfect opportunity for you! Simply check out <a href="http://writingjobincome.com" rel="nofollow">the link here</a> NOW!

Leave a comment

Contact Us Now!
(212) 683-9551