Using PeopleFinders to Discover Who Has Been Calling Your Partner

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A Brief History

In 17 BC, The Roman Lex Julia, Lex Iulia de Adulteriis Coercendis, punished adultery with banishment.  Have you ever become concerned that your partner may be flirting with someone else or cheating on you? If so, you are not alone, as many people have these feelings. Sometimes, this is all down to unnecessary anxiety and insecurities; however, sometimes, there may be signs that your instincts are right about there being something going in.

One sign that often indicates a partner may be cheating is if they suddenly start to receive more phone calls and messages. This in itself is not necessarily cause for concern; however, if they then act suspiciously and secretively whenever they get these calls, it could be cause for concern. For instance, they may put down the phone as soon as you come into the room, or they may leave the room whenever a call comes in.

Digging Deeper

How PeopleFinders Can Help

People use the internet to find out all sorts of information these days, from criminal records to phone numbers. One way you can try to learn who has been calling your partner is to use the reverse phone lookup at PeopleFinders. If your partner receives lots of calls, and you have no idea who is calling, it will naturally make you feel insecure and can ruin the trust in your relationship. By using this search tool, you can try to set your mind at rest and find out what is really going on.

If you are suspicious about your partner’s activities, you may be tempted to ask them what has been going on with regards to the phone calls; however, if you ask them that, you may not necessarily get a truthful answer, particularly if they are doing something untoward, which means you will be no better off, and you will have also aroused your partner’s suspicions. If they do answer your questions, they may claim that it was a work colleague, friend, or family member that has been calling. Of course, this could be the truth – but then again, it might not be.

By using the PeopleFinder’s reverse phone search tool, you may be able to find out who has really been calling, which means that you can get some peace of mind. Even if the answer is one you don’t want to hear, it is better to be in the know than to be kept in the dark and forever suspicious. If the person calling has been using a private number or a cell phone, you can still use this tool to try and find out who has been calling.

The Ability to Move Forward

When you are unsure as to who has been calling your partner, and whether they may be seeing or flirting with someone else, it can be difficult to move forward with your relationship or your life. By using PeopleFinders and attempting to learn who has been calling, you may finally be able to move on with your life. You will also be able to get peace of mind if you find out your partner was actually telling the truth about who was calling.

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Historical Evidence

For more information, please see…

Rhode, Deborah L.  Adultery: Infidelity and the Law.  Harvard University Press, 2016.

The featured image in this article, a clip by Tumisu of a couple arguing and a woman demonstrating jealousy over imagining her husband or boyfriend with another woman, is made available under the Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain DedicationThis file is from Pixabay, where the creator has released it explicitly under the license Creative Commons Zero (see here).


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“But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked. "Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat: "we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad." "How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice. "You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn’t have come here.” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland