GPS data in photos can help uncover romantic deception

We all know that lying on the Internet is prevalent. Anyone who’s tried on-line dating knows that people aren’t always who, and what, they claim to be. I’ve heard lots of stories – and experienced a few examples myself – of individuals who are much older, much heavier, and much less educated than their profiles portray.

When that deception pours over into everyday living inside a romantic relationship, then it’s a real issue. There is a fine line between embellishing on a profile to make oneself more attractive, and out right lying about every aspect of one’s life. As Dr. Caldwell, author of Romantic Deception: The Six Signs He’s Lying defines it, it is the “unrestrained misrepresentation of significant facts in the context of a intimate relationship.” In other words, someone who truly is an impostor.

Everyday I look for new ways to help victims uncover the truth about the romantic liars in their lives. Did you know that you can now determine exactly where a photograph was taken? There is a new technology built into all GPS enabled cameras and Smartphones that will give you the exact location, within 15 feet, of where the photo was snapped.

This technology can be very useful in determining whether your romantic partner is telling the truth – or not. To learn more, watch the video here.

 

 

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