fbWelcome to Cheater Snitch, a FREE service where you can help someone you care about before it is too late.  How many times have you wanted to let your friend or loved one know about their spouse or significant other cheating, but didn’t want to get involved?  Usually the person being cheated on is the last one to find out while the cheater is destroying your friend’s life and livelihood.Here at Cheater Snitch, we don’t publish in public posts or forums to protect not only the victim, but the families involved.  We believe if the victims are notified at the onset, there is a better chance of recovery and planning for the victim.  See relevant posts on our facebook page.


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  1. Have you ever found out later that your friends knew about your significant other cheating on you, but were afraid to get involved? Do you wish they would have told you?

    • My husband of 30 yrs has been cheating for the past several years but his friends knew and kept quiet. Even after he had police force me out of our home so he could have his WHORE in our home until she started acting like she had the right to ask where he went, with whom and when he’d be returning ti her? I never asked those questions.

  2. Ray Lewis Quote on Bullying: “I don’t think I will ever be able to understand why kids bully each other and how we are all sitting here after yet another “bully death” getting ready to go through this difficult task of picking up the pieces and the even more difficult task of forgiving so we can heal.”

  3. Bullying behaviors from coaches include intimidation (using yelling and threats to scare into obedience), insulting (name calling to demean appearance, toughness, or worth), ridicule (making fun of bad play or lack of skill), humiliation (singling out a player for public embarrassment or blame), and benching (refusing to let a student play.)

  4. A woman in the US discovered her husband was cheating when a local hotel sent a survey asking about his recent stay.
    The quizzical wife apparently confronted her hubby, asking for a please explain. And judging by the man’s responses to the survey, it didn’t end well. He was mad at the hotel for sending the survey since he was meeting a hooker. I guess it is the hotel’s fault?

  5. A Texas police chief is being sued in federal court for allegedly harassing the husband of a woman with whom he purportedly fathered a son.

    Kyle City Police Chief Jeff Barnett allegedly “abused his authority and connections in January 2012 by having Dr. Glen Hurlston arrested for domestic violence soon after Barnett left his position as police chief in the North Texas town of Princeton,” according to the lawsuit filed December 27 in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas.

  6. According to a survey by Victoria Milan, a website for married and attached people looking for some extracurricular activities, cheaters are more likely to contact their side pieces from their smartphones than from their home computers. Of the 3,500 American men and women who took part in the survey, 83 percent claimed they contacted their “special friends” from their phones.

    Of those people, 56 percent said they contacted their jump offs through Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter or some other social media service. Only 15 percent said that they got in touch with their lovers via text message, while 9 percent used email.

  7. Florida’s St. Lucie County School Board officially fired veteran teacher Dru Dehart after their investigation found that she encouraged six 8th grade students to beat up 7th grader Radravious Williams, WPTV NewsChannel 5 reports.

  8. Derek Hough, in his heartfelt speech, the Nashville guest star encouraged others that are or have been bullied to speak out. “Let me tell you right now, you are not alone. Seeking help requires incredible strength and courage. The most powerful weapon you have against bullying is your voice,” he said. “The more I learned throughout the years about kids’ behavior, the more I learned that the negativity they project is just a reflection of who they are.”

  9. More than 2,000 people have signed a petition calling for the arrest and prosecution of a group of teens who were caught on video viciously beating another teen after a baseball game in South LA.
    The boys were all leaving Valencia High School after the game last week when they allegedly attacked the boy, who is seen in the video wearing a gray T-shirt.
    The boys father has also spoken out to demand police action claiming ‘I am now in fear of my son’s safety every day that he goes to school.’ SOMEBODY PLEASE REPORT THE KIDS THAT ATTACHED THIS BOY

  10. Bogus classes and automatic A’s and B’s are at the heart of a cheating scandal at the University of North Carolina that lasted nearly two decades, encompassing about 3,100 students – nearly half of them athletes. Everyone should have to earn their grades. No free rides

  11. Now you can upload a picture from your phone or computer as evidence of cheating.

  12. ‘Pitch Perfect 2′ Star Brittany Snow Reveals She Was Bullied Growing Up. Report bullying anonymously using the bullying tab in http://www.cheatersnitch.com. Help report the bullying that you see to help others that can’t help themselves.

  13. The site has been updated to now allow questions back from the person you notify if you leave your email in the optional box. Your identity and email will remain anonymous.

  14. If you enter your email in the box labeled “Optional: Enter Your Email for Followup”, then the person you are notifying can ask you followup questions without revealing who you are. Your email will not be disclosed or shared. The person you are notifying usually has questions about the notification. If you don’t enter your email in the “Optional” box, then the person you are notifying will not be able to ask additional questions.

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