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TikToker Claims To Have 'Guaranteed' Hack To Know If Your Partner Is Cheating

Being cheated on is a huge fear for many people in monogamous relationships. It's never easy to discover a partner is cheating, and now in 2022, many people take to social media to expose their two-timing partner.

Now, one woman is going viral on TikTok for confronting her boyfriend after claiming to have a "guaranteed" way to check if your partner is cheating on you.

TikTok is the most popular app on earth right now.

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Okay, maybe that's a slight exaggeration — maybe it's UberEats. Well, maybe that's just me. Regardless, TikTok is undeniable a hub of all things viral and will be for the foreseeable future.

Surprisingly, TikTok is also a hub for all kinds of advice.

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From dating to cooking, this app has placed itself at the forefront of all things social and given platforms to millions of people to share their thoughts, opinions, and hacks.

Now, one young woman is going viral for sharing how she found out her boyfriend of two years was being unfaithful to her.

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TikTok user @keepingupwkenz explained how she used Facetime and Snapchat to catch her boyfriend in all his lies.

"How I found out my boyfriend of two years cheated on me. I promise you, the way I found out, if you use this, you will find out if your boyfriend is cheating on you," she says in the video. "100%. It’s literally guaranteed."

The user, Kenzie, FaceTimed her boyfriend one night knowing he was home and not busy. She asked him to prop his phone on a pillow and place his hands in front of him so she could see them.

I know, right? I'm intrigued, too!

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She then asked him for his Snapchat password (the app she suspected he was using to cheat) to which he replied he couldn't remember. In the following video, Kenzie then asked if her boyfriend could send her a screen recording of his Snapchat feed.

If he was talking to other women, it would be easy to see from his feed.

He claimed he had sent her a screen recording but that it just "wasn't going through." After a few minutes, he confessed to cheating.

“He admitted it right when he said he didn’t send it because he literally couldn’t find a way out of it,” Kenzie explained.

Lots of women commented saying they had done similar things with different apps.

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When you think about it, it could work for Facebook messenger, Twitter DM's, or even Instagram DM's.

However, I do think it would be easier to just ASK but maybe that's just me.