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  • Dean Smith

Technology is Killing the Cheater

Communication online has opened up the world for cheaters looking for an affair. But people think that once the physical evidence has been deleted from the cell phone, computer, etc. that it can no longer be retrieved. ICU can find the digital trail of evidence that a cheater leaves behind.

ABC News reported about two private investigators that revealed red flags and how they retrieved the seemingly “deleted” information.

1. It’s never really deleted…

“Ed Opperman, a Colorado-based PI, said he has recovered deleted text messages, calendar updates, memos, incoming and outgoing call records and other information from cell phones of alleged cheats.”

Just because they deleted those text messages from their inbox and that picture from storage, does not mean it’s been lost forever. The data is still in your phone, and we can retrieve it.

2. Email Addresses can be used for searching sites…

“For a fee, Opperman offers to scour dating, escort services, porn and personal ad website registries for a suspected cheat’s email address.”

Providing us with an email address for the suspected cheater is crucial.

3. Phone Call Records

Request a paper bill from your cell phone provider. We can scour these bills, looking for repeat numbers, long phone calls, patterns, odd call hours and volume, etc.

4. Good Ol’ Fashioned Sting Op

Some private investigators will take it upon themselves to try to lure the suspected cheater into a conversation or a tryst.

The reasonable expectation of privacy is disappearing with the information people are willing to leave behind. No one is invisible.

If you feel your significant other is engulfed in an affair, or feel they may be searching for one, contact ICU Investigations for your free consultation today.


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