The trends may be changing for example, millennials have more emotional affairs on social media, dating sites & apps in addition to affairs with close friends and co-workers, which is still the highest, followed by affairs with strangers an ex or a neighbour, ranking bottom of the list.
On average, out of 100 couples, 20 men would cheat versus 13 women.
Interestingly, women appear to have the slight edge in cheating between ages 18-29.
From ages 30-49 cheating is more or less even, with men having the edge.
Ages 50-80+ sees the gap in men cheating more than double, peaking with men in their 80’s being 4 times more likely to cheat than women.
Whatever the trends and statistics and regardless of gender the sad truth is – as we find with most clients who approach us – if they suspect their partner is cheating, their fears are usually confirmed.
Our surveillance teams are led by career detectives who spent most of their service on the ground learning everything there is to know about surveillance, whether it is corporate, accident injury or domestic cheating partner, we can help.