Valentine’s Day is one of the few times that infidelity expert Ruth Houston recommends hiring a private investigator to catch a cheating mate.
Understandable -- since Houston is the author of an infidelity book packed with hundreds of cheating signs that suspicious spouses and significant others can find entirely on their own.
Catching a Cheater Without Help
Houston’s book, Is He Cheating on You? – 829 Telltale Signs documents practically every known sign of infidelity, including the subtle signs people usually overlook. And you can find them using nothing more than your own eyes and ears, your personal knowledge of your mate, and the information in this book. No special skills or fancy surveillance equipment are required. Even private investigators have recommended or purchased Houston’s book. It’s even a recommended resource in training programs for infidelity investigators.
Private Eyes Rarely Recommended
“Normally I don’t advocate the use of private investigators to catch cheating mates,” says Houston. “I’ve seen too many people spend hundreds -- even thousands of dollars on infidelity investigations, only to come up empty, with nothing to show for all the money they’ve spent.”
The Exception – Valentine’s Day
“But Valentine’s Day is one of the rare exceptions I make. It’s one of the few times I recommend using a private investigator because you’ll get maximum results for minimum expense. When you paying upwards of $75 an hour, you deserve to get results.”
Houston, founder of www.InfidelityAdvice.com , explains that Valentine’s Day is unique because cheaters everywhere are either buying or receiving gifts from their secret lovers.
Exposed by Valentine’s Day Gifts
According to the National Retail Federation, Americans will spend nearly $17 billion this year on Valentine's gifts. Houston says that a significant portion of that money will be spent by cheaters buying gifts for their secret lovers.
Houston says, ”A cheating husband or boyfriend who wants to stay in his lover’s good graces, (and in her bed) HAS to buy her a gift. More than likely that gift will be delivered in person -- if not on Valentine’s Day, then the day before or the day after. A cheating woman will usually make herself available to spend time with her lover or receive her lover’s gift.”
The Best Time to Get Proof
Houston continues , “If you’ve suspected your spouse or significant other of infidelity for some time now and haven’t been able to get proof, (because you haven’t read my book) then this is the time to make your move.”
Maximum Results at Minimum Expense
“If you can afford to hire a private investigator,” says Houston, “ I highly recommend doing so around Valentine’s Day. You’ll get the proof you need at minimum of expense. You can keep
your costs down and avoid running up a big bill because you’ll only be paying for 1 to 3 days.
More Ways to Cut Costs
“You can further reduce your costs to just a few hours of time if you can pinpoint the window of opportunity when your spouse or significant other is most likely to make contact with his or her lover – lunch time, before work, after work, late at night when they think you’re asleep. You probably already have a pretty good idea of when that might be.”
Houston advises booking early, since Valentine’s Day or Valentine’s week is the busiest time of the year for private investigators who specialize in infidelity investigations.
If You Can’t Afford a Private Eye
If you can’t afford, or would rather not hire a private investigator, for 50 to 75 dollars an hour and up, you can purchase Houston’s $29 dollar book and still get the proof you need. Or you can get a head start on exposing the cheater by requesting Houston’s free tip sheet with detailed information on the 21 major categories of infidelity signs. E-mail InfidelityInfo.gmail.com with “21 categories-a” in the subject line. Or you can visit Houston’s information packed website at www.InfidelityAdvice.com
About Ruth Houston:
Infidelity expert Ruth Houston is the founder of Infidelity Advice.com and the author of Is He Cheating on You? – 829 Telltale Signs, which documents practically every known sign of infidelity. Frequently called on by the media to comment on infidelity issues in the news, Ruth has been quoted in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, Newsday, the New York Post, the Toronto Sun, Macleans, Cosmopolitan, the Chicago Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, MSN Lifestyle, iVillage, Reuters, UPI and numerous other print and online media.
Ruth has been a guest on The Today Show, Good Day New York, Telemundo, BBC, CBC, CNN, 1010WINS, Sirius Satellite Radio, Ireland’s Late Late Show, Court TV Radio and over 320 radio and TV talk shows in the United States, Canada, Europe, South America, New Zealand, Australia and the Caribbean.
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