Before crawling through their personal information, we advise consulting an attorney to ensure any electronic-eavesdropping or hacking laws aren't violated—if things get ugly, you don’t want that hanging over your head.And, of course, be prepared to deal with the fallout should your spouse catch you snooping.You can often deterine who owns a particular landline number simply by entering the number into Google search. Check your spouse's cell phone's address book for names you don’t recognize. If your spouse is clever, he or she will be using a second cell phone—or just a second SIM card—-for communicating with their lover. So she waited, basically, until you were helpless and unable to defend yourself, and then went snooping. And IF (and that’s a big if) I’m wrong, why go through the trouble of being a shady douchebag????Chances are your spouse won’t take the risk of entering the full name of the person he or she is cheating with, so look for numbers that are identified merely with initials or a first name. Check the text messages and email on your spouse's cell phone. Perhaps your spouse chose to save a couple of the steamy ones for later playback. Your spouse may also have been smart enough to purchase a pre-paid phone or SIM, so nothing will appear on your credit-card bills. If your spouse calls you from a cell phone number you don’t recognize, that may be cause for suspicion. Cheating is as old as the world, we all know that only that today it seems that more than every the cheating is proliferated and in some cases promoted."Specifically calling out these qualities can signal that you're anything but." Don't immediately discard the potential match; instead, proceed with caution, suggests Roberts."If someone seems sweet and decent in the rest of his profile, it's possible that he got terrible writing advice from a friend."4.
Of course, infidelity is not limited to celebrities, sports stars and politicians.In a perfect online dating world, the narcissists, commitment-phobes and other undesirables would label themselves as such in their profiles.But since that honesty would ruin their chances of meeting mates, they hide their unappealing qualities—or at least they think they do.While she admits it's daunting to complete this part, Davis warns, "If you can't feel a connection with his profile, it may be challenging to feel drawn to him offline.3.He describes himself as "loyal" and "trustworthy." "These are things about which you shouldn't have to reassure people from the get-go," says Roberts.