Wednesday, January 04, 2012
Cheaters became an instant hit the moment it debuted on national television and now the creators of that show have announced the Cheaters Spy Shop, a real life spy store where buyers can purchase the goods needed to possibly catch their spouses in random acts of cheating. Series creator Bobby Goldstein announced the new spy shope as the show headed into it’s 12th season on the air. As the name suggests the Cheaters Spy Shop sells an assortment of surveillance gear including recovery sticks that can pull up anything that has been accessed on an iPhone (including deleted information) along with software that can send a persons texts and pictures to the spying party as they are being sent.
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The Cheaters Spy Store also features motion-activated cameras that record in high-resolution along with “audio recorders that look like pens” and plenty of other “spy related” goods that range from “night vision” and “hidden spy cameras” to “audio surveillance” and “bug detectors.” The store only opened three months ago but is getting great response from shoppers looking to capitalize on the products offered says Allen Walton at the Cheaters Spy shop pointed out.
Cheaters Spy Shop
4516 Lovers Lane, #104
Dallas, Texas 75225
But the laws regarding surveillance devices differ from the state to state and there are various ethical questions surrounding their use by average citizens. Most people misinterpret the law and what they’re allowed to do with devices like these. Plus, you can get yourself killed. People think they’re legally allowed to spy on their spouses and it’s probably not true, depending on how it’s done. The tech gadgets sold at the Cheaters Spy Shop can be used by stalkers as well as spurned lovers such as a program called FlexiSpy which when placed on a cell phone can monitor GPS locations and all communications on or around the phone.
Private electronic eavesdropping and stalking is illegal on both a federal and state level, a person with a legitimate concern should hire a licensed private investigator to collect the facts. Do-it-yourselfers lack the experience and emotional detachment to conduct successful investigations. Wiretapping and Eavesdropping on Telephone/Cell Phone Calls; It is a federal crime to wiretap without court approval, unless one of the parties has given their prior consent. It is likewise a federal crime to use or disclose any information acquired by illegal wiretapping. Violations can result in imprisonment for not more than five years; fines up to $250,000.
Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com
Posted by BILL WARNER at 8:06 AM