Text messages and emails are the modern means of sending love letters, and your spouse may have kept them on their phone for ongoing enjoyment. Try calling the other number when your spouse is home and see how they react. Youngest had to see Daddy pour hot coffee on Mommy after many other incidents…. Husband realized it was MY brother, stopped whipsering..stumbled over his words,said.. There are couples that brag about cheating each other.If you happen to find an extra SIM card, stick it in a phone and see what phone numbers are stored on it. Check your spouse’s computer for any incriminating email messages. I am scared to lose kids, be alone, there is no way I should still be with him. Ppl that know him, say he is a flirt, always has been…always will be. All she needed to see was a few things and after this year of hell, for me and kids. Nor let me see Pay Pal creditcard statemeny, oe the other 3 cards maxed out while paying for all.those sites, trademark emails, u name it. If those people know they’ll be cheating, why do they get married in the first place? Before you confront your spouse and accuse them of cheating you need to make sure you have some solid proof.It’s also possible that your spouse may have a special email address you don’t know about for “private” communications. This is where the browser history can help you out. It had a wifi address to a hot spot…or I thought it was a hot spot. Thanks to him, no I had no idea he put 1000.00 on another rental. You just have to be ready to accept the results of the confrontation whatever they may be.
Is there unusual activity showing your spouse driving on the New Jersey Turnpike when they’re supposed to be at work in Westchester? Check the previous destinations in your spouse’s navigation system. And lastly and most importantly when cheated on it is imperative that a game plan be quietly enacted in order to survive(Shore up job skills if needed, close out/pay off joint accts.,update credit report as they are now separate, etc.) By the time you have to look, MOST of the time, the breach of trust has already occurred and the snooper is a victim trying to make sense of things. In my case, I found it very useful to keep my head on straight to remember what was really going on when he would lie to me about everything… Without these messages to turn to for reminders, I could have so easily slipped back into denial. Too distraught to do anything at that moment, those texts are gone forever.Did you get an email from them using the “wrong” email account? Pop up it was an address to a house on his map and also had seen address written down. Once phone was in my possesion, he wanted it back, saying he forgot the SIM!? The things I would c on our home computer, 6 phones prior to that one…denied any of it. He was short hours on checks, showed up early, some days late. First of all, you can get a lot more information from simple body-language (don’t know what signs to look for?If you don’t know your spouse’s login info, most browsers give you the option of storing usernames and passwords, and it’s possible their information was saved. Go online to check your spouse’s frequent- flier account. Or are there frequent-flier miles for a trip to Las Vegas when they were supposed to be in Cleveland? I hit meetimg request one night after (all b4 giving me phone 2 throw, sell)!?? Any ideas on Blackeberry Ive had now 3 months just hoping to say; busted! He has clearly been up to no good for as ling as 2011 when I looked back, I seen multiple emails from another acct. I have literally showed him an email, number, text. there are countless books on the subject, not to mention numerous magazine articles) than from creeping through their personal phone, files, computers and e-mails.Seriously, he’s not your property, he’s not a child. Lied about still having internet when me our final bill he had been keeping. I never thought after 20 years he would go on not ONE but 8 or 9..maybe more dating sites. After it hits the cell tower, I am probably talking wire fraud or worse. Everything other than that, s/he is free to do or say what s/he wants about/to me. So I would make sure that everything between her/him is on the record. I would save myself the grief and get an attorney before I commit a federal crime… Accessing someone else’s (even a spouse’s) private information without their knowledge is a felony. When I discovered what she was up to the marrige was pretty much over from that point on. That and a few other ill advised activities have been brought up in the divorce procedings.If you can’t bring yourself to treat him like an independent adult, set him free. My husband had been sexting, video camming, using multiple websites, watching porn, had multiple numbers, addresses and even used our 10yr. Do I really want to know what my ex- is doing enough to go to jail for it? Case in point: The January case in Michigan where a husband accessed his wife’s email account because he suspected she was having an affair. My soon to be Ex wife did a lot of the stuff suggested. I discovered what she was up to when I found out someone had run a credit check on me without asking for my permission. If your thinking about doing any of this crap you better be real sure because either way it’s over.