Proceed with these 3 easy-to-follow steps to see who is texting your significant other and find out the secrets they don’t want you to know.
Your significant other is always looking at their phone and texting someone. They get texts late at night. When you walk into the room, they turn their phone away from you. They used to be open with their phone but now don’t like you looking at it.
You know they’re hiding something, but what is it? Your mind fears the worst, and you lie awake at night, worrying. Is it another woman? A female coworker? Someone they met online? A former love interest?
3 Easy-to-Follow Steps to See Who Is Texting
Step 1: Get Help
Go to the reverse search site, Social Catfish. Unlike entering information into standard search engines like Google, Social Catfish can scour the web and conduct an algorithm-based search also using our proprietary image search. It will search multiple databases, social media platforms, and all major search engines. This means that if you run a reverse phone number search on Social Catfish, you will also discover any linked accounts for the individual they’re messaging.
Step 2: Types of Searches
On Social Catfish you can perform each of the following searches and here is how to do so.
Phone Number: If you can, look through your partner’s phone and write down the number of whom they’re texting. If you can’t get into their phone, look over past or current phone bills for who they’ve been in contact with. If you don’t receive this account information by postal mail, records can be found online (under the account with your cell carrier).
Be aware that married people often have their cell phone accounts under one person’s name. If a male name shows up, it might be the husband of the woman your partner is talking to. You can also search your partner’s number to see if it links to any online items you were not aware of.
Name: Look at the phone contact information for the person your partner is texting. Then, search on Social Catfish by that name. Be aware that cheating partners often place their affair’s contact information under fake names. They might use a friend’s name, someone of the same sex, or a completely made-up name. Search the name, regardless, and evaluate the results.
Email: Also under the contact’s information, review if your partner has an email address listed for that person. An email address can be a helpful way to search as it will also pull up social media accounts, etc.
Username: If your partner has been talking to someone on social media platforms such as Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, etc., search that person’s username to view more accounts and information. You can also search your partner’s favorite usernames to see if they’re online friends with any women on social platforms you didn’t know about.
Setup 3: What To Do Next
Once you have the information and feel confident your partner is cheating, talk to a loved one you trust for emotional support. When you confront your partner, show him the proof that you have and gauge his reaction. Is he defensive or does he seem genuinely sorry?
If he admits his mistake and appears remorseful, you will need to decide if you continue the relationship with the help of couple’s therapy. Many times cheaters try and lie their way out of being caught, even when the proof is presented. Trust your gut and remember you are worthy of honesty and love from anyone who cares about you!
Lastly, we offer a Search Specialist service where we verify the identity of someone who seems suspicious to you.