If you’re a cheating spouse, don’t read this post!

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We’ve all heard the argument that the internet and modern technology makes it easier for wayward partners – spouses, finances, boyfriends and girlfriends – to be unfaithful. With email, Facebook, IM and text messaging, there seems to be a million ways to “hook up” outside of our committed relationships and not get caught.

Many of us have been burned before. Many of us have learned firsthand just how sleazy the internet can be and how easy it is for our partners to carry on little trysts via text message…

Um, Tiger Woods, anyone? Jesse James? Practically every philandering man in the public eye has been busted using his cell phone to contact his mistresses.

If you suspect that your man is cheating, I have a trick that might help you figure it out.

It’s called Slydial.

What is it? It is a voice messaging service that directly connects you to someone’s voicemail…without the phone ever ringing. 

Of course it wasn’t created to check up on your husband’s errant phones calls listed on your cell phone bill – it was actually made to save time when you didn’t want to really to talk to anyone, but wanted to leave a message. Think about when  you are calling in sick to work – you don’t want to actually speak to your boss, so you Slydial them and get straight into their voicemail. *cough*

Of course, once a few smart women figured out “Hey, I can call that new number that’s been on Hubby’s phone bill every morning at 3 am without them actually seeing the phone ring or catching my number…” Well, the rest, as they say, is history.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Dial 267-SLYDIAL (267-759-3425) from any landline or mobile phone.
  2. At the voice prompt, enter the U.S. mobile phone number of the person you want to slydial.
  3. You will be directly connected to their voicemail. If you hear, “Hi, this is Slutty McSlut Slut” then case closed.
The smartie pants at Slydial even went a step farther…they’ve created apps! Slydial has an app for the iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile. If you have one of these smart phones, you don’t even have to worry about remembering the phone number when you want to do some investigative work!
Chances are, you’ve been cheated on before. Your husband is suddenly working late, seems distracted…and you’re starting to worry. That nagging suspicion you’re feeling? Don’t just sit there and let it fester. Do something about it.
Fortunately, I didn’t find out about Slydial from firsthand experience – otherwise, this would be an entirely different I HATE MEN post. My friend recently found out her boyfriend was cheating…because she called all of the new numbers showing up on her phone bill with Slydial and they were all women. She has some serious cajones, that one. She started calling them all once she realized that they were all women that she’d never heard of…and one of them admitted to her that she had been seeing her boyfriend.
Of course she was devastated. Relationship? Over.
I wanted to share this awesome service with y’all because really, this is a total game changer. How many women see those weird phone numbers on their partner’s phone but are too afraid to call and have to speak with the person on the other end of the line? Or are afraid they will see your phone number calling and will put two and two together? Slydial takes out all of the risk.
Do you have any sly tips that might help someone catch a cheater? I would love to hear them!
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Comments

  1. Tracy says

    Oh Slydial, fighting technology with more technology! At the end of the day, the truth always comes out in the wash, or in this case the voicemail!!!

  2. says

    “3.You will be directly connected to their voicemail. If you hear, “Hi, this is Slutty McSlut Slut” then case closed”

    ROFL!

  3. says

    I love this!!! There are so many times that I needed to call into work and I did not want to talk to the boss, this would have been GREAT!

  4. says

    Stumbled Upon your post. Sly Dial has come along way. I first wrote about it in 2008 when it was just in the Alpha phase. Nice to see they’ve expanded and have apps now.

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