Upset couple fightingIf you suspect that your spouse is cheating on you, it is only natural to think about catching him or her on video, and with today’s technology it is easier than ever to accomplish this. There are, however, several ways to go about it. The following are four ways to record your cheating spouse on video.

Using a Remote Web Cam

Today’s cameras are made in incredibly small sizes and can be hidden easily. This type of technology is well known to many as a nanny cam. Many parents use them to make sure a nanny or babysitter is not harming their child. The same can be done to catch a cheater. Of course, there is an obvious problem with this; the camera would need to be set up in a place where your spouse is cheating on you. The possibility of where you could legally place such a camera is limited, and the truth is that most spouses are not stupid enough to cheat inside their own home, but it does happen.

Following Your Spouse and Recording Them

This is another thought that you may have, but there are many problems with this. First, you need to be familiar with video recording equipment, because using your smartphone isn’t going to get the quality video you need as proof of a cheating spouse. But there is a bigger problem. Following anyone takes a lot of skill, and if you attempt to tail your spouse, there is a good chance you will be detected. Once this happens, your spouse will likely change his or her plans at the moment you’re spotted. When this happens, you will likely not get another chance to catch your spouse on video.

Laying in Wait to Catch Them on Video

Using an ambush-like technique with your smartphone will likely get you the information you are looking for, provided your suspicions are correct. This idea, however, alerts your spouse that you know about his or her infidelity. Once alerted, your spouse will have time to take action to hide assets or use legal maneuvers that will hurt you in the event the infidelity leads to a divorce.

Hiring a Professional Private Investigator

By hiring an investigation firm such as ours, you can get the video you need to prove your spouse is cheating on you, but it will be done without your spouse knowing about it. This allows you to consult an attorney prior to a divorce. This is advantageous because our firm can then do an asset search documenting your spouse’s wealth prior to confronting him or her about the infidelity. It also helps reduce the possibility of violence. When your spouse understands that the video was taken by a private investigator, he or she will understand quickly that a violent response is futile.

If you suspect your spouse is cheating on you and want the evidence on video, then give our investigation company a call. With the information you provide us, along with our skill and experience, we will be able to document your spouse cheating on video for you.


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Bruce Robertson

Bruce Robertson is a private investigator and founder of Tristar Investigation, California’s premiere detective agency. Bruce is also a media commentator for the investigation industry, featured in the New York Times, CNN, History Channel, MSNBC, Los Angeles Times and many more. You can find him on Google+ LinkedIn and YouTube.