YadaMe Launches New Website to Report and Catch a Cheating Spouse
YadaMe, an online anonymous message system, allows people to report cheating, and catch a cheating spouse.
Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) July 12, 2011
Researchers from Indiana University in Bloomington conducted a survey of over 900 participants. The survey revealed that 19% of women and 23% of men engaged in cheating. Regardless of where or when it happens, it can be embarrassing, hurtful and damaging. YadaMe helps to catch a cheating spouse through our anonymous messaging system.
“YadaMe is about building a network of people who are fed up with online infidelity, and refuse to be a victim,” explains Rob Thomas, chief executive officer of YadaMe (http://www.yadame.com). “My theory is simple: if you are not doing anything wrong, you have nothing to worry about. However, if you are one of those people who frequent websites that basically endorse cheating, we are your biggest nightmare. Someone is always watching.”
While some websites actually condone and encourage adultery, YadaMe’s aim is to do the opposite. The system is simple to use, effective and completely anonymous. Those who suspect that that their spouse or significant other may be having an affair can use the software to obtain confirmation from those who know. In just about every instance of adultery, there are people who see and know that it is going on. Many wish to report it to the person being cheated on, yet they fear what the outcome will be, or they may not want to get their name involved.
YadaMe allows friends, family and co-workers to anonymously submit information about what they know regarding online cheating, adultery, or someone having an affair. Because people have the ability to anonymously report cheating and help catch a cheating spouse, they are more likely to do so. The anonymity allows them to report cheating without getting personally involved.
The YadaMe system is easy to use and provides accurate results. For a small fee, users can create an account where people can anonymously submit the infidelity messages. Once received by the system, they are delivered to the account holder by text, by e-mail, or through both methods. Users can even sign up to receive free mobile text alerts, as well as log into their account online to read missed messages.
With YadaMe, there is finally a way to avoid being blindsided. YadaMe has made it simple and anonymous to catch a cheating spouse or significant other.
“Infidelity is serious and damaging, and we are providing a way for people to learn the truth,” added Thomas. “We already have over 100,000 people using YadaMe, because infidelity is so common. Hopefully, we can help make it less so or at a minimum, stop it before it starts.”
YadaMe is an online anonymous messaging system whereby people can report cheating, infidelity, or even Internet infidelity. The online platform allows users to sign up and receive anonymous messages from people who can provide tips or report cheating. Users receive all messages submitted to their account. The site has created a network of people who support fidelity. To learn more about YadaMe, visit the Web site at http://www.yadame.com.
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