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Secretly Spy on Someone's Cell Phone

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Is my uncle's girlfriend cheating?

I think she is cheating because whenever she is on the phone, she goes outside. She sometimes leaves the house all dressed up just to go to the store. I have tried: I have been trying to go through her phone, but that is hard because she won't let me use it. I think it was caused by: I guess she just does not want to be with my uncle.

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You have to talk to your uncle about your suspicions. If he is alerted by that, then he can find the signs that a girl has another boyfriend and even tell if your partner is cheating or having an affair. Spying on a cell phone is not a solution, and these kind of actions may lead to serious consequences. Therefore, warn your uncle and let him decide what to do with his relationship. From your description, there is nothing to worry about yet. Talking on the phone away from people or outside is a common trait, as a lot of people tend be reticent or unwilling to reveal their innocuous conversations to others. Dressing up and getting full make-up is very common for anyone when he or she goes outside even for a minute: some people even are predisposed to look great indoors at any given waking hour.

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