If your partner has taken the time and trouble to join a site and set up a profile to meet other people I would strongly suggest they are not likely to admit to cheating on you by meeting people on dating sites.
The exception would be if they have already met somebody and their relationship is so advanced that they were in the process of leaving you anyway.
and he forces his way in, who knows what could happen," said the woman, whom CBC has decided not to name out of concern for her safety. The woman lives in an apartment in Edmonton's Capilano neighbourhood, and recently a series of strange men have appeared at her home, looking for sex.
In the span of four evenings, more than 30 strangers showed up unannounced.
Company spokesperson Shannon Smith said the accounts could be removed immediately, if the woman could provide the fraudulent usernames.
But those are details the victim has not been able to find.
Within 24 hours, the first stranger appeared at the building's front door.
"It's scary." Research indicates that women and girls tend to be the primary targets of some forms of cyber violence.
The incidence of people already in supposedly committed relationships creating dating site profiles and meeting people on dating sites is on the increase.
The problem is that with so many dating sites available (there seems to be another one popping up every five minutes) the likelihood of catching a cheating partner on one of them is becoming less and less likely.
"But that's a fake profile my ex has set up to get back at me. But the unwelcome visits have become so unbearable the woman is moving to a new apartment to try to escape the harassment.
"Thank God, they've all been pretty decent," she said of the strangers who have come to her building.
First you have to either be able to install it yourself or know somebody who can, and what if your partners is using a different computer than the one you have installed the program on, one at their work, or an IPAD or a phone?