If your intuition is telling you that he may be cheating, you owe it to yourself to find out and spying on him may be the only way to accomplish that. You have a right to know. You have a right not to be involved with someone you can’t trust. Most employers do a background check before they will hire an employee. Isn’t your love life just as important, if not more so? You probably should do a background check even if you do not suspect him of cheating. We need to know who we are letting into our private lives. He may have a prison record or a wife in another city. So do not feel guilty for spying. Be thankful for the advanced technology that makes it easier to discover this information and be thankful you have the money to make it happen. Better to find out now, than to spend years with someone you thought you knew only to find out a complete stranger has stolen your heart and maybe all of your money! Yes be thankful!

Decide on which method will work best for you. Develop a plan and a strategy for keeping it all private and undetectable. Make sure you keep all paperwork pertaining to your plan in a safe deposit box, a private locked box, at work or anywhere that is inaccessible to him. Don’t be careless.¬† Make sure the software you buy is untraceable. Most are not traceable, if you follow the directions carefully. Protect yourself in case your man has a violent side that has been kept hidden. Being spied on could cause an angry reaction in almost anyone. Too much trouble to be careful? Then you probably should not undertake spying on your lover. Just trust your instincts and move on.

Don’t feel guilty about the spy mission you are about to undertake. You need to know what’s going on and the only way to get accurate, verifiable information is to either hire a private investigator or use spy equipment and or software. Otherwise it may take years to discover the truth, if at all. This you should not leave to chance. You must always be prepared to protect yourself at any cost. Your future happiness depends on it.

Source by Christina James