No one likes a cheater. Here are SIX sneaky ways to catch one in El Paso.

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We're all adults here and we can admit that cheating happens sometimes. So instead of denying it, I found a report from the Aguilera Law Center and I thought about how some of these tips might help catch an El Paso cheater.


#1 TRACK THEIR MOVEMENT

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If you're married to your partner and your cars are in both your names, lo-jacking your "significant other" can provide valuable data. You can get GPS devices on Amazon here. Just make sure that you research and comply with all native state laws to make sure you're not working on the dark side of the law.

#2 LOOK AT THE CRICKET PHONE BILL

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Make sure to check your partner's Cricket or Metro PCS phone log and look for recurring calls from unknown numbers, or calls that are excessive and long.

#3 CHECK THE BACK OF THE CLOSET OR ANY SOCK DRAWERS

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If you find condoms in their suit jackets, shoes, or pockets they've got some splaining to do.

#4 USE AN AUDIO BUG

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You don't need to be in the CIA to "bug" someone. So easy you can use your computer. According to the Aguilera Law Center, "You can purchase an N9 Ear Bug on Amazon or eBay."

#5 ACCESS YOUR PARTNERS ELECTRONIC DEVICES

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According to the Aguilera Law Center, "If you can get a hold of your spouse’s phone or tablet, you can hire a professional to recover data, such as messages and phone numbers, that your spouse may have deleted to hide from you."

#6 CHECK TEDDY'S FLAME ROOM

The notorious Teddy's should be the first place anybody looks for a cheating spouse. It just seems to suck those people in.

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