|By PR Newswire||
|August 21, 2014 01:21 AM EDT||
TORONTO, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Did They Cheat Enterprises Inc. is launching the first self-detective website. The platform gives people both the venue and tools that they need when trying to determine if their lover is straying.
With an increasing number of people who are experiencing infidelity with their partners, knowing the truth behind every suspicion is now increasing as well. Those trying to investigate their partners have had no way other than hiring someone. With the upcoming launch of the DTC Network, those suspecting infidelity can search and find the proof they need, totally free.
August 21, 2014 - Unlike other websites, Did They Cheat is a private network that doesn't expose personally identifiable information that can be indexed by other search engines or social networks. Complete privacy and anonymity to users. All being offered completely for free, making anyone their own private detective.
Through the launch of this website, there becomes an avenue for the population to find out if those gut feelings are real or not. The internet now turned investigative tool in our personal lives.
DTC Network is sure to change the playing field when it comes to being kept in the dark in personal relationships. The online world should be prepared, as the rules in keeping secrets are about to change.
CEO Roberto Drelini says "It is an idea whose time couldn't have come at a better period in our ever changing Internet world. You become your own detective, because you want and need to know" With the highest relationship failure rates in history, many if not all, have experienced the deceptions of a cheating mate or lover. Evidence of people's indiscretions has always been out there. This website allows a person to be able to for the first time actively search and find it.
SOURCE Did They Cheat Enterprises Inc.
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