Lifestyle: China bans online boyfriend loyalty testing
China has banned ‘online loyalty testing,’ a service employed by private investigators to check if their clients’ partners flirt online. Despite the recent crackdown by the Chinese government, this service seems to be thriving in North America.
As part of this service, private investigators hire attractive models to flirt with their client’s partner online in an attempt to see if they will flirt back. Screen shots of the conversation are sent back to the client.
The Chinese government has put an end to these services claiming that this modern twist on the classic “Honey Trap” has damaged too many relationships and marriages in the country.
Chad Peterson, who runs TestHisLoyalty.com and BaitMyDate.com, based in North America, argues that most of the feedback he receives from clients is nothing but positive.
“Our clients are either reassured that their partner is faithful or they find out that their partner is willing to cheat and this helps them end the relationship and move on to someone better,” says Peterson. “Sometimes the truth hurts, but it needs to be exposed for people to be happier in the long run,” he said in a press note.