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Private Detective Liverpool Responds to Survey about Most Likely Names to Cheat


The private detective service, who often conduct matrimonial investigations, have responded to a survey that has revealed the most common names of people who cheat.

(PRWEB UK) 25 October 2012

The recent survey by an extra marital affairs website, revealed that people with the name John or Sarah were the most likely to look for an affair online.

The name John was followed by Paul, Steve, Dave, David and James for the top six names of male cheaters on the web. For women, Sarah was followed by Jane, Louise, Lisa, Emma and Lucy for the most prolific female cheaters' names.

The website only asks members for their first name and research conducted by the site into the most common members found the most popular names or alias names. While some members may not use their real name, it is thought that the names chosen signify associations between their online persona and the character traits that name suggests.

Private Detective Liverpool is often called upon to conduct matrimonial investigations and investigate suspected cheating partners. With the rise of extra marital affairs websites, it has become easier for unfaithful partners to play away from home.

A spokesperson from Private Detective Liverpool said:

“This research is likely to spark some interesting conversations and it is intriguing to see which names rank as the most popular on extra marital affairs websites. The rise in popularity of these websites is aiding unfaithful partners in cheating and heightening suspicions of affairs. We are often asked to conduct investigations to confirm or deny a partners suspicions.”

Private Detective Liverpool along with their sister company Private Investigator Blackpool is a team of highly trained professional and discreet private investigators and detectives with over 35 years experience in the industry. Their understanding and approachable team of male and female detectives are available 24/7 to conduct matrimonial, corporate and private investigations.

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