Heartbroken teen launches service to help catch cheating boyfriends


A devastated teen has set up an online honey-trapping service to help women determine whether their significant other is prone to cheating or not.

Sabina (19) from Volgograd in Russia, recently broke up with her boyfriend after she discovered he was cheating on her. Going through this breakup made her decide to start her own online service to help catch cheaters.

The youngster said the idea came to her after she realised that her boyfriend was dating multiple women.

“Just like many girls all over the country I believed I was the only woman my boyfriend was seeing,” Sabina says. “This turned out to be untrue.”

The teenager described the ordeal as painful and upsetting and now she hopes to help other women who suspect that their significant others aren’t being loyal, by flirting with them via messaging services.

For just 200 RUB (R46), Sabina will put anyone’s male partner to the test. She’s even posted an advert for her services on the popular Russian platform Avito.

“I’m ready to test your boyfriend via messages,” the ad reads.

She says there’s already a demand for her honey-trapping services.

“I’ve gotten many calls and queries about the service since my business was launched.”

She added that it takes her one day to find out if a boyfriend is rogue or not and that most of her clients are aged around 20.

“I love her entrepreneurial spirit! I can see her doing well in life,” one user said of her ad.

Although some women would like her to test their lovers in person, the entrepreneur says she’s not willing to meet her clients’ lovers.

Recently, after a recent two-day period, she claimed she proved that seven men were prone to cheating through her entrapment service.

But not everyone is in favour of Sabina’s new business.

“This girl is so stupid and so are her clients. Not a single guy would want a girlfriend like her or any of her so-called clients,” one netizen said after viewing her ad.

Source: Magazine Features

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