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Where Was Your Wife, Husband, Boyfriend or Girlfriend on Valentine’s Day?

What comes to your mind when you think of Valentine’s Day? Everyone’s favourite February holiday often inspires images of chocolates, flowers, cheesy romantic comedies and couples spending too much money at a restaurant that is too crowded. This Hallmark holiday is generally associated with love, affection and couples who want to celebrate their unity with one another. However, you may be surprised to learn that Valentine’s Day is one of the most popular days of the year for cheating and infidelity.

General research from dating and cheating websites and apps show that holidays are typically reserved for a significant other, not an affair partner. However, Valentine’s Day is the one holiday a year that is dominated by affairs. Statistics released by Ashley Madison Australia, one of the most popular cheating websites in the world, indicate that over 25% of cheaters would choose to spend Valentine’s Day with the person they are having an affair with instead of their committed partner. Not to be topped, one in three Ashley Madison users in the United States  choose to spend Valentine’s Day with their affair partner. The website also shared that these individuals were likely to spend just as much money on a Cupid’s Day gift for their affair partner as they would for their committed partner or spouse.

You may be wondering, why would people choose to cheat on such a romantic day? One of the primary reported reasons is that this day serves as a reminder to individuals in a committed relationship that they are feeling unfulfilled and that they are able find this fulfillment in the arms of someone else.

Another popular trend observed around Valentine’s Day is the infidelity the day after. February 15th serves as another very popular day for individuals to cheat, with studies from Ashley Madison Ireland indicating that nearly five times as many people are likely to sign up for their website on the day after the Hallmark holiday. This trend is attributed to the reminder that Valentine’s Day serves to people who are unfulfilled and unhappy in their primary relationship, thus propelling them to look for a solution the next day. Unfortunately, Valentine’s Day is a common day for many couples to realize that they have lost their “spark”.

Catching unfaithful partners in the act and proving infidelity is one of the main specialties of Investigation Hotline. If this upcoming Valentine’s Day makes you more nervous than it does excited because you are worried about the faithfulness of your partner, then look no further. Investigation Hotline will get you the proof, or the relief, that you need.