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Halloween: Scariest Night to be in a Relationship?

November 1, 2011

LAS VEGAS, Nov. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — CheaterVille, Inc. http://www.cheaterville.com, a Las Vegas online social media company that provides information about alleged cheaters, today announced that 78% of the thousands of new cheater posts recorded November 1, 2011, the morning after Halloween, were from male users posting about how their female counterparts had cheated on them the evening before. This new stat backs up the website’s data that 81% of the cheaters posted are females.

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“Halloween has now become one of the busiest times of the year for our website. It’s the time of year where guys and gals dress up and have some fun; however this past Halloween has been recorded as the worst Halloween ever for females being exposed as cheaters. Wearing a mask or dressing up as someone else unfortunately doesn’t mean that you won’t get caught cheating,” stated CheaterVille founder James McGibney.

About CheaterVille

CheaterVille, Inc. http://www.cheaterville.com, an online social media company that provides information about alleged cheaters has already added more than 250,000 new subscribers to their social networking website since it launched on February 14th of this year.

In a world where temptation, lust, and adultery are facilitated by online media, where does moral accountability fit in? With terms like discreet adultery and cyber affair, how is the truth to be told and where can it be found? CheaterVille was created with one goal in mind, keeping you ahead of the heartache — even when it hurts. So whether you’re a victim, perpetrator or curious acquaintance, CheaterVille can give you the inside scoop on that special someone before you’re another heartbroken mess writhing in the wake of Ms. Madison or Craig and his lists. By using powerful search algorithms and the information submitted by members, CheaterVille will alert you if anything is posted about a partner in question — good or bad and free of charge. So if you’ve been wronged, or know someone who has, join the community today and denounce the misdeeds of known cheaters. A free account can be set up in minutes and the service lasts a lifetime. Heed the warning signs of cheating. Be proactive. Join CheaterVille and don’t be the last to know.

Visit http://www.cheaterville.com or contact Zack Teperman of Lexicon Public Relations at zack@lexiconpublicrelations.com for more information.

SOURCE CheaterVille, Inc.

Source: PR Newswire