So your spouse has been cheating on you want to know how to read credit card numbers? There are two ways you can go about this. You can either hire a private investigator (who will likely charge you a lot of money) or you can learn the same tricks yourself. I am sure you are sick and tired of wondering about your husband or wife's strange activities and if they are being faithful or not. You can catch them easily if you know how to read credit card numbers.
First thing you need to do is get a few credit card numbers of theirs. You will need their credit card but it will not be important for us right now. After they have all their bills in the mail, head to the store to try and get the information you need. When you visit the store, look over to the check out line and notice one of the cashiers. This is your chance to catch your spouse in the act.
Ask the cashier to pull up the credit card numbers on the screen. Have them take out the card and give you the number. Now, it is your job to match the card with the account information. Most likely, your spouse will not be able to give you the credit card numbers because they will think you are trying to spy on them.
It may be easier to find out the names on the back of the credit cards if you use a service that specializes in reverse lookup. These services are fairly easy to find online and are pretty inexpensive. The price will be worth it when you use their services to track down your cheating spouse.
If you are reading this article, then you obviously have a computer or access to a computer. Go ahead and open up their file. Look for any pertinent information such as account numbers, names, addresses, and more. I would recommend looking through the recent cards too. This may be where your spouse has hidden the cards.
Remember, your goal is to discover who your spouse has been lying to you about. There has to be a reason for the lies. Once you have the information, you will be able to confront them. Now you can either start suing them or end this relationship all together.