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Signs of Cheating Men: Jewelry and Other Gift Clues
The giving of a gift is an expression of affection, and sad as
it may be, in cases of infidelity this affection is often misdirected
to a third party. The marvels of electronic commerce allow a frank
and accurate exploration of these possibilities as expenses are
questioned and accounted for.
Establishing the Facts
If you know what to look for, you won’t have to go too far
to find many signs of infidelity in men. Unquestionable evidence
is often provided by the cheater himself, purely from what he gives
In today’s modern world, the spending habits of any individual
are traceable by way of a trail, either electronic or in paper form.
Bank account and credit card statements can show exactly what
transactions have taken place. Receipts are also a confirmation
of a transaction having taken place, and the physical presence
of a gift found under your investigation, well, that is as conclusive
a proof of mischief as you will ever find. Particularly if it is
found and then not later received by victim of infidelity, this is a dead giveaway that a man is cheating.
However, apart from finding the evidence that these financial
transactions took place, it is then necessary to qualify them by
identifying what the items are, and for what purpose they were purchased.
It would be unfortunate to eventually find out that he has bought
his loving mother a pair of ear rings for her birthday, only to
be accused of having an affair. Each item needs to be investigated
individually to ensure that every possible excuse is verified.
If after a thorough search, a plausible explanation is still unavailable,
the inevitable truth may be that your man is cheating.
Particular dates during the year bear importance for this kind
of inquiry. There exists a number of traditional gift giving
seasons, where the sheer number of gifts and recipients may become
For example, the period before and after Valentines may reveal either a hidden gift or the transactions
thereof. Sometimes, two identical gifts are purchased, one of which
is intended for the victim, presumably.
Alternatively, receipts or transactions may be found, that don’t
correspond with the gifts the victim has received, or gifts that
are legitimately accounted for. Here lie reasons for alarm.
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The Process of Elimination
Gifts of a specific nature are certain to incriminate the culprit. Lingerie given to another woman, whoever it is, is most definitely
inappropriate and would no doubt be accompanied by the most creative
Equally, a new found propensity to purchase articles of a personal
nature would seem odd if he had not indulged himself in the same
manner prior to that time. In this case, a receipt or proof of
transaction would be needed to eliminate it from the obvious conclusion
to be drawn.
The cost and type of gift is certainly relevant to any
thorough investigation, however, notice needs to be taken to time
stamps on recipts. Querying a time stamp can allow a reflection of the events of
that particular day, and serve to support other evidence.
In the matter of a restaurant bill coming under scrutiny, a simple
verification of the time stamp will clarify if this was a meal taken
at midday or evening, and can be cross referenced with the other
information that has been gathered.
A partner guilty of an affair will usually display multiple signs
of this heinous act. Corroboration is necessary for certainty
to be had in the matter. In this regard, a tolerance for painstaking
fact finding is required, along with an objective approach to establishing the facts.
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