Infidelity is the breaking of a promise to remain faithful to a romantic partner, whether that promise was a part of marriage vows, a privately uttered agreement between lovers, or an unspoken assumption. As unthinkable as the notion of breaking such promises may be at the time they are made, infidelity is common, and when it happens, it raises thorny questions: Should you stay? Can trust be rebuilt? Or is there no choice but to pack up and move on?
Statistics state that men have always been more likely to cheat or at least to report having done so, but researchers have noticed a shift in recent years: 16 per cent of adults—about 20 per cent of men and 13 per cent of women—report that they’ve had sex with someone other than their spouse while married. But among adults under 30 who have ever been married, 11 per cent of women report having committed infidelity, as opposed to 10 per cent of men.
Most people know the costs of cheating in a relationship, particularly in a marriage. Betrayal can lead to divorce and parental disruption. Yet many stray anyway, prompting the question, Why?
At Crypto Consulting, we believe that people who have committed themselves to another have every right to know the answer to this question. Our surveillance capability has helped hundreds of people know the truth about their spouses and partners, arming them with the information they need to make the right decisions moving into the future.
Our investigations are entirely confidential, and consultations are free.