Use Reverse Phone Lookup To Catch a Cheater

5 Phone Signs That Your Partner is Cheating

If you or someone you know has been cheated on, you probably know that it doesn’t necessarily come out of left field. There are certain signs and suspicions along the way that maybe you brushed off or chose to ignore, only to be proven wrong in the end.

In the digital age, there are plenty of clues having to do with our everyday cell phone use that could leave you wondering what your spouse is really up to. Here are five telltale situations that could be a relationship red flag:

  1. His or her phone is locked—and you don’t know the code. Using the security features on a cell phone is a smart way to keep your information safe if your phone falls into the wrong hands. But that shouldn’t be the case with your own spouse. If he or she insists on keeping their security code to themselves, that could be a questionable sign that there are things hidden behind that passcode that they don’t want you to see.
  2. He or she has phone numbers with no contact info. A phone number with blank or vague contact information isn’t exactly a helpful address book entry. There must be a reason your partner has entered it without, and it could be because they don’t want that person to be easily identified.
  3. His or her call and text logs are empty. Unless your partner just isn’t a phone conversation type, it’s likely that they do use it for calling and texting. Or maybe he or she references being on the phone, but there’s nothing on the phone to show for it. There’s a chance those messages are being deleted to hide any nefarious activity.
  4. He or she is always on the phone—except when it’s you. He or she is hooked to their phone—constantly checking Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram when you’re at home or together; responding to texts as soon as the sound goes off; maybe even stepping into another room to use their phone. Yet, when you send a text or call him or her, it takes them an awfully long time to reply. What gives? Perhaps they’re preoccupied with someone else, or simply don’t prioritize your messages the same way they do certain other contacts.
  5. He or she uses non-native apps to communicate. If he or she is sending all of their messages via third-party apps that don’t require real/full names or require you to have the contact in your phone, it might be worth a look to see to whom they’re talking. If it isn’t mutual friends or anyone you know, you may wonder why your partner uses these more “underground” ways to chat.

If you’re witness to any of these things, it could be a sign that your partner is cheating. If you’re suspicious of a cheater, take one of the questionable phone numbers from their phone and use a reverse phone lookup to see if you can find out who it belongs to. The search should give you a real name that you can use to investigate that person and if they have any business communicating with your significant other.

The search can remain anonymous, so your partner won’t know you went digging for information. But what you find could end up saving you a lot of heartache in the long run.