Woman charges £25 to find out if your man is cheating – and catches 1k love-rats

Woman charges £25 to find out if your man is cheating – and catches 1k love-rats

December 12, 2022

A woman is making a fortune as an online honey-trapper – and she’s caught around 1,000 love-rats so far.

Madeline Smith charges women £25 to do a “loyalty test” on their partners.

The 30-year-old, who is in a relationship, slides into DMs and strikes up conversation with men to see if their eyes wander.

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While some fail to shut down the flirty conversation, others take it a step further by sending nudes.

She said: "There are so many types of guys and I know exactly how to play each one – smart guys, dumb guys, suspicious guys.

"I feel so much of it is intuitive. I can look at a profile and immediately know [a guy's] personality."

Madeline, from Los Angeles in the US, has always been interested in exposing cheating.

She loved the TV show Cheaters when she was at school – and started doing her own saucy sting operations in 2018.

The honey-trapper said: "I was obsessed with the TV show Cheaters and eventually it turned into a thing where other women would ask me to investigate their men.

“In 2018, I properly formed the loyalty test. With all the experience I've had over the years, I decided to come up with a game plan and system."

Clients contact Madeline directly and she picks the cases she wants to look into.

She said: "There's a gut feeling – most of the time (my clients) can't explain it.

"There has usually been some kind of incident before. It could be he cheated on her in the first six months and he won't let the girl see his phone.

"And there are always Snapchat notifications – it's always Snapchat. The girls always feel they are being made out to be crazy and are made out to be the disloyal partner, despite never having cheated.

"Most women always feel sad or mad coming to me and I reassure them it's perfectly acceptable for them to need answers about where they're investing their love and life."

In some instances where the men seem dangerous, she warns women to seek legal help instead.

Once these initial checks are done, Madeline gets to work on her investigations.

She said: "I submit everything into a confidential database and then hit up the guy. It could take five minutes to get through to them – or two days.

“I see if they take the bait and then I will tell the girl and see what they want. For some just replying is enough to prove their infidelity."

Some cases are trickier to crack, but Madeline is experienced in unearthing the truth.

She said: "When I was assessing a recent client's boyfriend, he was very suspicious – he didn't give a lot back, but was engaging and ultimately failed.

"He liked the attention and was smart and I ended up using maths with him and he directed me towards Snapchat.

"I did sexting and videos with him. I would ask questions such as, 'Do you want the circumference or the diameter?'. It turned into a teacher-student dynamic."

Madeline, who claims to have her own legal team, enjoys the work as she helps women to get the upper hand in divorce proceedings.

She explained: "One client's husband spent so much money on hookers and hotels and racked up debt on a credit card with cam girls.

“She asked me to help prove he was still doing it so she could take half the money back."

While Madeline’s work could make some lose faith in men, there are boyfriends who pass her test with flying colours.

She added: "My favourite thing is to get blocked. The guys who pass will say I have a wife, girlfriend or fiancée and she wouldn't like this.

"The best thing is when they say thank you for reaching out and block me."


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