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New Website Lets You 'Blow the Whistle' on Cheating Spouses

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To tell or not to tell. That is the age-old dilemma faced by anyone with information about a friend's cheating partner. You know it's in their best interest to spill the beans, but you also don't want to be the proverbial messenger caught in the crosshairs.

Luckily, a new online service will let you deliver the message anonymously. Billing itself as an "anonymous infidelity whistleblower," YadaMe.com lets you tell a friend that his or her spouse or partner is cheating. For only $24 a month, the online messaging service allows you to receive an anonymous message from family members, friends or colleagues with information on a cheating spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend.

The service is billed as a way to avoid being blindsided — but it seems like if someone is signing up for this service, the state of their relationship is probably already in doubt.  It also calls itself the "worst enemy" of AshleyMadison.com, a website that helps you cheat on your partner anonymously.

If these two websites ever team up, they may have a monopoly on the whole cheating market.

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Chad Brooks

Chad Brooks is a Chicago-based writer with more than 20 years of media experience. A graduate of Indiana University, Chad began his career with Business News Daily in 2011 as a freelance writer. In 2014, he joined the staff as a senior writer. Currently, Chad covers a wide range of B2B products and services, including business phone systems, time and attendance systems, payroll services, and conference call services. Before joining Business News Daily, Chad spent nearly a decade as a staff reporter for the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago. Chad's first book, "How to Start a Home-Based App Development Business," was published in 2014. He lives with his wife and daughter in the Chicago suburbs.