Do’s and Don’ts - Tips on Cheating Spouse Investigations
Here are a few tips to bear in mind when hiring a private detective to see if your partner is cheating or not. Many infidelity cases get burnt because of not following these rules below. So if you want your case to run smoothly then seriously take note of these points.
- When you contact a private investigator be mindful of how you do it. If your suspected partner finds your emails, voicemails, or text messages to the investigator, its game over.
Once you hire a PI don’t tell anyone, not even your best friend - who could be the suspect your spouse is cheating with. If you tell people, people talk, and some like to gossip; DON’T TELL ANYONE including your mother.
Give as much information as you can, especially on any suspicions who you think your spouse could be cheating with. The investigator will ask all the pertinent questions so just be honest with them and tell them everything.
DON’T investigate alongside the investigator unless they specifically ask you to do something. “Helping” the investigator can arouse suspicions in your spouse. Let the professionals do their job; it’s what you’re paying them for.
Behave normally. If you start acting unusually odd, particularly asking suspicious questions of your partner or friends, you risk harming the investigation. Pretend things are normal, as best you can.