“Marriage is like a phone call in the night: first the ring, and then you wake up.” Evelyn Hendrickson
Let’s chat about cell phones. If your partner is cheating, he or she is going to communicate with the other involved party, and plan their next secret rendezvous. They will either speak in person, which is generally the case with office romances; correspond via email; and/or chat or text on the phone. Even with office romances, there is going to be some external communications such as email or text messaging, and that is how you are going to catch a cheater.
The easiest form of detection – Look at the call history on your partner’s phone. Better yet, look at your itemized phone bill and see who is calling your partner and whom he or she is contacting. If you do not have access to the itemized bill, this should be your first clue that something is askew. Change that situation immediately.
The next best thing to do – If you have a joint account with your partner, activate the parental control feature on his or her smart phone that runs in stealth mode to allow you to monitor calls and the person’s location.
What else can you do? – Install a spy program on his or her cell phone. Most of the software only takes minutes to install, but you must have access to your partner’s phone. These programs run in the background without the user ever being aware of its presence.