Wondering how to get revenge on your cheating ex? We’ve all been there. You wake up one day to find the person you love and trust has stepped outside of the relationship. Your chest splits opened and your heart comes tumbling out onto the floor. You scrambled to pick it up and shove it back in, but it keeps slipping out of your hands. You decide to just leave it there, beating aimlessly on the cold tile, until you can get some sort of plan together. The overwhelming sense of betrayal causes such rage that you want to pull his eyeballs out and force him to eat them in front of you. But of course, you are a sane person and would never do such violent things. No worries, there is a solution. You can have the satisfaction of revenge without resorting to illegal or bloody methods. I’m going to show you how to get revenge on your cheating ex.
There are numerous websites where you can report cheating exes. You may be thinking, “how is that going to make a difference? Will anyone even see these reports?” if you do it correctly, the answer is a resounding “yes.” How many times have you Googled someone’s name before going on a date? It’s a very common practice these days. By following these instructions, you can make sure that when someone googles your ex's name, these cheater reports show up on the first page of search results. How cool is that? A little evil? Maybe… But much safer than forced eyeball eating.
1 Creating the Reports
The most important aspect of creating your report is to make sure you include the person’s name and city in the title. It should be something like “Joe Schmoe of Chicago, Illinois, cheater.” This way, when someone searches his name and location, it’s more likely to show up in search results. The next important factor is to change the wording on each report. Google doesn’t like repetition. So, tell your story, and tell it honestly. But, say it a little differently each time so that every report is 100% unique.
Some of the sites allow you to include a photo. If you do so, make sure you own the photograph. It should be a picture that you took, not something you pulled from his Facebook page. Because of copyright rules, he could claim that he owns the photo and have the report pulled down. If after several weeks, your reports are still not showing on Google search results, you can help by creating links to the posts. Simply go to Fiverr and search for “SEO backlinks.” Pay someone there a couple of bucks to create a bunch of links to your reports and it will help push the information to the top of Google.
2 Is This Really Legal?
Yes, it’s not a criminal act to publish this type of information. Most of these websites allow you to post anonymously anyway. I encourage you to read the terms and conditions of each of these websites to determine if this is truly the right path for your revenge. Once you publish these reports, they cannot be taken down. Most of these websites have a strong policy about the removal of content.
3 Top 5 Reporting Websites
- Cheater Report
- Report My Ex
- Liars and Cheaters
- Bad Boy Report
- Player Block
Your intention may not even necessarily be revenge. Perhaps you just want to warn other women before they jump into a relationship with this cheating monster. These sites do offer a valuable service.
There is evidence to support the idea that revenge is not the best course of action. It’s cliché to say that the best form of revenge is to live a happy successful life and this statement is absolutely true. Nothing will irritate your ex more than you moving on with your life in a positive way. You are better off to cut your losses and let him live his miserable life. Whatever you decide, I wish you luck and most of all, peace.
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