Even the Bible is filled with tales of infidelity, marital disloyalty and acts of unfaithfulness, but just because this has been going on for thousands of years doesn’t make it any easier if you’re the person at the other end of the betrayal. If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve been losing sleep and fretting non-stop about clues you’ve found that lead you to believe that the person you love is cheating on you. It’s a sad, unfortunate situation and too many people assume all of the guilt associated with suspicions of extra-marital affairs. You may be one of them.
Do you recognize any of these self-talk phrases?“I should have known! What’s wrong with me?” Or, “If only I had [lost weight, been more caring, had plastic surgery, not spent so much time with the kids] the person I love wouldn’t be cheating on me.” How about, “Why didn’t I listen when friends hinted that I needed to make changes to keep my partner happy?”
Listen up: This isn’t your fault. Your spouse/partner is responsible for his or her bad decisions and infidelity is the ultimate slap in the face when two people make promises and commitments to each other and then choose not to honor them.
At Investigative Resources of Texas, we’ve seen it all during our 20+ years of business, so when a new client comes to us and says, “This is really personal and embarrassing…” we usually stop them immediately. We’ve spent decades following suspected cheaters, photographing them “in action” and digging up evidence that confirms client’s hunches, so you’d be hard pressed to tell us anything we haven’t already seen or heard. Bottom line is that you deserve to know what’s going on and you’ll need solid evidence to help you make future decisions–like fighting for your rightful share of assets, gaining custody of children (and pets) and making certain you benefit from contractual arrangements that affect your lifestyle—now and later.
Nearly 50-percent of our business comes from people seeking answers to questions of infidelity. We work hard to investigate and then either refute or substantiate suspicions. We unearth text messages, hotel bills, credit card receipts, travel documents and other indicators that a partner may not be forthcoming. Your mental and financial health requires answers and if you look at our track record, you know that we can get them for you.
Here’s the best part: Unlike inexperienced private investigators who may not have a clue about how to stay under the radar, if it turns out that you’re just suffering from an active imagination, our techniques and methods are so stealthy, your partner need never know that you suspected infidelity. Our long history and investigative techniques leave no footprint in the sand—we’re in and we’re out. Get answers. Get some sleep. Get in front of your situation immediately by contacting IRT at 214-662-1006 Dallas or 817-773-1385 Fort Worth to learn the truth once and for all.