Is Technology Killing The Cheater? John J Nazarian Interviewed on ABC Nightline!

Celebrity PI John J Nazarian talks with Nick Watt on ABC Nightline
Celebrity PI John J Nazarian talks with Nick Watt on ABC Nightline

Technology is killing the cheater.

Texts, tweets, posted photos can lead to trysts. Social networking sites like Facebook get a bad rap as marriage breakers, allowing us to rapidly reconnect with that high school sweetheart or meet a total stranger the minute marriages hit the doldrums.

Some say 30 percent of dating site users are cheaters.

But there is a flip side — lipstick on the collar is no longer a cheat’s biggest problem because an electronic infidelity trail is now almost impossible to erase. “Nightline” spoke with Celebrity PI John J Nazarian in California.

“Privacy doesn’t exist anymore,” said John J Nazarian, a private investigator in Los Angeles. “Technology is going to get you caught at some point.”

Don’t forget about those good old fashioned phone records. Some private investigators will look through those too for clues. Nazarian said when he looks at phone bills for someone who is suspected of cheating, he takes note of the number of minutes someone is talking.

“Most cell phone calls are like a minute, two minutes, three minutes max,” he said. “When you see a 30, 40, 50 minute cell phone call and that number keeps popping up, there’s a problem.”

Nazarian ends with a classic reminder, “Just ask the General?”

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Straight Talk with John J. Nazarian, Private Investigator
January 26, 2013
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