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The Average Affair Costs $2,664

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Author: Allie

Date: 7/17/14


If you have ever considered having an affair, here is a just another BIG reason why you shouldn’t cheat on your significant other.

The average affair costs approximately $2,664.00, according to a new survey* from VoucherCloud.

On average, cheating partners spend $444.00 each month on their affair partner.  Spending was broken down into 5 categories:

  • Hotel Bills: $123.00
  • Dinner and Drinks: $162.00
  • Gifts: $54.00
  • Date Activities (for example, movie tickets): $69.00
  • Miscellaneous: $36.00

MONTHLY TOTAL = $444.00 per affair

Affairs don’t come cheap.  On average, the lifespan of an affair lasts 6 months, making the total spent on the average affair $2,664.00!

If you suspect your partner is cheating on you, a look at their spending habits might tell you much more than you would think!  Affairs are not only costly but the damage done is often permanent.

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*The survey polled 2,645 people who were 25 years or older and had been married for at least five years.  Almost a quarter of the respondents stated that they had cheated on their partners.

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How Men and Women Cover Up Cheating Differently

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Intuition is the first intangible warning sign of infidelity, but should people rely on their gut feelings alone? How can you know if you’re sensing infidelity in a relationship or simply overreacting?

Daniel Gomez is a private investigator and TV personality who has worked on the reality show Cheaters. He’s also written the book Play to Win that gives couples advice on how to deal with a cheating partner and end up winning the hand. There are a few telltale signs of cheating, he says, and they differ between men and women.

Red Flags that HE is Cheating

Gomez says that men are masters of disguise when it comes to cheating and go out of their way to hide affairs. Some signs that point to a cheating man include:

1. A dip in sex drive. When a man is interested sexually in another person, his desire for his spouse or significant other may wane.

2. Changes in appearance. A man who’s trying to impress a new love interest may spend more time at the gym, buy new clothes or spend more time worrying about his overall appearance.

3. Missing money. If there’s money in the household budget that is unaccounted for, it could point to cheating — particularly if it’s untraceable through credit or debit card records.

4. Tight grip on cell phone. A man who’s engaging in infidelity may suddenly add a lock passcode to his phone and keep it firmly in his possession. “I had one client whose husband slept with his cell phone locked, under his pillow,” recalls Gomez. This paranoia is a sure sign that he’s hiding something on his phone.

5. Car changes. If there’s unaccounted mileage, receipts or belongings in a man’s car, he could be cheating and keeping the evidence out of the house. Another red flag: a passenger seat moved to a different position.

Red Flags that SHE is Cheating

Because the ways that men and women cheat differ, guys often miss some of the signs of infidelity in their wives, fiances and girlfriends. Gomez says that when it comes to women, the ways they cover up cheating include:

1. Extra time with “girlfriends.” While men try to cover their tracks, women worry more about the back story of their cheating ways. A common sign that Gomez sees of cheating in women is when they suddenly spend a lot of extra time with girlfriends — or at least say that they are. “I’ve even seen people stopping at a girlfriend’s house at the end of a date and then posting pics of them together on Facebook,” says Gomez. “Maybe they see the friend for 10 minutes only, but they work hard to make it look like they’ve been with that person the whole time.”

2. Increase in exercise. While men tend to focus on overall appearance, women are pretty gym-centric when it comes to cheating. It could be a meet-up place for a new love interest or could simply reflect the woman’s desire to look her best for her new suitor.

3. New email accounts. Women work harder than men to cover their cheating tracks. Instead of simply hiding or deleting emails, women are more likely to create an entirely new account for email communications with a significant other and then not share that address with anyone else. “Women tend to spend more time planning out cheating, and aren’t as likely to encounter one-night stands,” says Gomez.

4. Girls nights out. Of course not every woman that goes out on the town with her girlfriends is prowling for men, but if these outings happen often — and suddenly increase — cheating could be the reason.

If you suspect your partner of cheating, Gomez says it’s best to collect the proof before any confrontation. “Without evidence, you can’t prove it. And you may cause him or her to be even more cautious about their cheating,” he warns. “Once the person knows you’re onto him or her, that makes it harder for you, and investigators like me, to find the proof.”

If you suspect infidelity in your relationship, find all of the tools you need to discover the truth at Cheaters Spy Shop.

Read the original article on Huffington Post.

Catch a Cheater: iPhone Recovery Tool Software

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By: Allie


Do you wonder if your spouse is cheating or has been unfaithful in the past?


With the ever-increasing availability and popularity of smartphones and social apps, infidelity is rampant and only becoming easier to hide.

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Peppard: Adultery eradicated by the show Cheaters?

By: Alan Peppard
11:20 am on June 26, 2013

Clark Gable III Cheaters HostWith the certitude of a North Korean dictator, Dallasite Bobby Goldstein, creator of the hidden-camera show Cheaters, declares infidelity eradicated.

“Most adultery and infidelity have stopped in the Metroplex,” he says. “Nobody has cheated in Highland Park in four years, now.”

Well…slow down. He is joking.

The end of adultery would mean the end of Bobby Goldstein’s status as a 1 percenter. The former Dallas attorney has made a tidy bundle with his syndicated gotcha show that spies on husbands and wives engaged in extra-marital intrigue.

Fair warning: Season 14 is in production in Dallas right now.

“Most all of the footage is shot here,” says Goldstein.

With a Barnum-like gift for promotion, Goldstein brought in a new host last year named Clark Gable III, grandson of the Gone With the Wind star.

And the young Gable is returning for Season 14.

“Clark is still our starting quarterback,” says Goldstein. “He’s the Roger Staubach of our team.”

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Image: The Dallas Morning News