How to make a loyalty test anonymously and discreetly
Anyone who has ever questioned their partner’s fidelity has probably thought about a fidelity test. There are several ways to show trust. For example, a trust test can be performed online to reveal your partner’s affair with the cleaning lady or simply to confirm that you are still the center of interest for your partner.
Another way to test your partner’s loyalty is to use a lure. So the wives hire an attractive woman of his choice to approach him and ask for his cell phone number. If he interferes, they should consider whether they would be better off leaving the partnership.
The online loyalty test is the fastest and easiest method. If the partner is active on the Internet, it is possible to make contact under a pseudonym via e-mail or chat.
Outside of the World Wide Web, using an attractive lure is a classic. This way you can quickly find out if your partner will give out your cell phone number when asked, or if you might even be willing to cheat with the decoy.
Mobile loyalty tests are other alternatives.
Does the partner talk to the sexy person who “dialed the wrong number” and how does he react to salacious text messages?
We recommend hiring a private investigator who can prove a possible cheater with photos if your suspicions are strong and you just can’t figure out the partner. This type of examination is extremely demanding.
The following test options are available:
Practical test: Does the partner visit his favorite café or a certain disco more often?
Ask a colleague or friend he doesn’t know to go there and flirt with him. If he gets involved in a lewd conversation and at the same time reveals his phone number, the trap is sprung.
Online test: If the partners suspect that your better half is secretly on dating portals or in dubious chats, you can stop him here too. To test your partner’s loyalty, log in under an alias and contact him. If he bites, you’ve got him on the hook.
Phone test: tell the decoy the number on your spouse’s cell phone and ask them to call.
If she calls him while he is already on the line, she pretends to have made a mistake when calling and addresses him in a friendly manner.
He strikes up a conversation with her and is invited to a meeting.
He doesn’t seem to take loyalty too seriously when he agrees.
You should carefully consider whether you want to do the loyalty test online, on your own, or in person at a reputable company.
Fidelity agencies can provide a more meaningful, thorough, and discreet test, but at an extreme cost. Then, when the game explodes, you have the opportunity to unobtrusively back out of the affair. If you decide to go on the fidelity test alone, a well thought out plan that takes into account all eventualities is beneficial.
Jealousy is a manifestation of the common fear of loss that permeates every relationship.
The expression makes the difference. It’s common to want to be your partner’s first priority, not just an afterthought.
And if the partner suddenly changes his behavior, for example, does not put down the smartphone and uses new security measures or becomes an athlete, but the partner is excluded from it at home, then suspicion may be justified. And, of course, it is naive to think that any partner caught would immediately admit to having an affair.
Nevertheless, partners are convinced that pledging and sincere interest in the partner is the better way to deal with such suspicion than any fidelity test. Because this is what I often see in relationship counseling: extreme jealousy and loss-related terror drive spouses even further into an affair.
The basis of loyalty evaluations is the question of moral justification.
It is possible that the relationship is already so strained before the test that it will not stand up to a test of fidelity.
And for these two factors:
Can love stand it when your partner really cheats on you?
When it becomes necessary to test the loyalty of a spouse, is there still love between them? If so, how does the partner react when accused of infidelity?
Are you actually going to leave after the infidelity is established?
Unusual calls or text messages, unexpected overtime, frequent evening appointments or business trips.
The partner prefers to be unobserved at the PC and maybe someone makes an innuendo.
If you can answer YES to questions like “Does your partner not want surprise visits?” or “Does your partner never leave their cell phone unattended?” it’s going to be tough. But do not rush! Often, there can be much simpler explanations for why the partner is no longer in touch. And sometimes he just has to stay in the office longer. Such apparent excuses may actually be true.
You should be wary if your partner starts carrying the phone around all the time, staring at it all the time and suddenly securing it with a pin, especially if they haven’t exhibited this behavior before.
When his spouse approaches, acting like he’s being watched, immediately putting his phone away, or switching to another app can also be a sign that he’s hiding something.
Many will generally believe that anyone paying attention to their relationship will notice these changes.
However, infidelity often occurs in partnerships where one spouse is not getting the attention they need and interest in the other has waned.
Telltale changes are usually visible.
Another scenario is that the partner knows that he is being hoodwinked, but does not want to accept this and consciously or unconsciously suppresses the warning signs for fear of losing the other person.
It is very possible that a partner’s jealousy is unjustified and stems from his or her own damaged self-esteem, for example, because he or she was betrayed in a previous relationship and distrust has become a kind of defense against being betrayed again.
It goes without saying that this has an impact on the relationship, but it also represents an unresolved issue that is ultimately the responsibility of the individual.
Without trust, a relationship is simply not possible; those who cannot must seek trauma therapy support in an emergency.
In principle, the distrust may be well-founded. A partner who has kept quiet about an affair for a long time is not honest and reliable in other areas either.
Are you now not quite sure to test the whole thing yourself? What happens if it comes out and he, or she, isn’t cheating on you at all?
We are happy to help you with an anonymous and discreet loyalty test!