How do cheaters cheat?

Survey: 64% cheat while in the same room as their spouse
Survey: 64% cheat while in the same room as their spouse

A recent survey revealed that 64% of cheaters cheated while sharing the same room with their spouse.

After surveying 11,050 of its members, Victoria Milan found that cheaters are getting more bold, taking more risks, and they aren’t worried about getting caught.

Victoria Milan, similar to Ashley Madison, is a dating site for attached and married people looking to cheat.

The survey also showed that almost 90% of cheaters are using their mobile devices to contact their lovers – yet only 12% are scared of getting caught.

Three-quarters of people did admit they have a slight fear of being found out – but 13% aren’t afraid at all that their digital dalliances might come to light.

Particularly cheeky are the cheaters who are sexting while their partners are home (23%), or even in the same room (64%).

Only 13% claim they do not communicate with their lovers while their partner is around.

Sigurd Vedal, founder and CEO of Victoria Milan, said mobile devices have brought the cheating world to a whole new level.

“We know at Victoria Milan that often affairs remain a digital fantasy – a cheeky online flirt is enough to satisfy people. Moving this from the desktop computer to mobile devices means our members can sext from the office, the car, or as we’ve revealed – from the same room as their partner, and still keep their affair a secret,” Mr. Vedal said.

Survey Results

  • Are you using your smartphone or a tablet to communicate with your lover?
    Yes 89%
    No 11%


  • Are you afraid of being caught when using a mobile device to communicate with your lover?
    Yes, very afraid 12%
    Somewhat afraid 75%
    Not afraid at all 13%


  • Do you chat with your lover using a mobile device while your partner is in close proximity?
    Yes, even if my partner is somewhere in the house 23%
    Yes, even if my partner is in the same room 64%
    No, I never do 13%