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    Infidelity awareness website launches in the UK!

    Last week, an American website called launched across the UK, bringing its database of alleged cheaters to our faithful country and bringing the topic of infidelity to the main stage in households.

    At first when looking at this website I felt as though people would all hate it, as it calls out people who cheat on their partners, but then I realized that the only folks who should hate the idea of this free-service website expanding to the UK is the people who are actually cheaters!

    I had the chance to speak quickly with the site's owner, James McGibney, who is also a former United States Marine, and he told me, "We actually didn't have any plans to launch in the UK when we started CheaterVille on Valentine's Day two years ago, however, we received tens of thousands of emails from people in the UK repeatedly asking us to expand our service across the pond".

    For those of you who haven't visited this anti-cheating website yet, pretty much in summary it is a place where people can post the names and stories of those who have cheated on them, and then other individuals can look those names up for free in order to see if the person is a past cheater before getting too serious with them; If you are about to go on a blind date or a date with someone you met through an online dating server, you can look the other person up for a quick background check.

    And as Mr. McGibney tells me, since the site's launch last week, "68% of the overall UK cheaters are... women!"

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