Tech is often the key to uncovering infidelity

Tech is often the key to discovering infidelity

A new poll by an entertainment company shows unusual behaviour around phones is often the key to uncovering infidelity in a relationship.

1,000 couples were surveyed for eOne about what signs they look for that their partner may be cheating.

44% said they would become suspicious if their partner started receiving calls and texts on their mobile phone in the middle of the night, with more than 4 in 10 suspicious if their partner always keeps their phone by their side.

Changing passcodes and making them secret, keeping their phone on silent and archiving text messages were other tell-tale signs according to the survey, as well as discovering additional social media accounts.

79% of respondents said they would have no problem with going through their partner's phone if they thought they were being unfaithful. Almost 30% of those surveyed said they suspected their partner may be cheating on them.

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Our experienced teams can utilise a multitude of professional services both in the UK and internationally by providing covert surveillance and obtaining evidential footage of matrimonial infidelity taking place, to countering electronic surveillance if you believe your partner may be spying on you.

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