How the "No-tell Motel" Became the Cell -- BrickHouse Security Announces a 249% Increase in Spousal Cellular Surveillance

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“It used to be that the 'No-Tell Motel' was the clichéd symbol of cheaters; but things have changed,” says Todd Morris, CEO of BrickHouse Security. Secrets no longer hide behind doors. Nowadays, they’re locked inside cellphones, and barricaded behind passwords.

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“It used to be that the 'No-Tell Motel' was the clichéd symbol of cheaters; but things have changed,” says Todd Morris, CEO of BrickHouse Security. Secrets no longer hide behind doors. Nowadays, they’re locked inside cellphones, and barricaded behind passwords.

“The week before Valentine's Day is Cheaters Week here at BrickHouse. We get more calls for help with infidelity than any other time of year. And, each year is seems to grow exponentially,” Morris says. “This year we’ve seen a spike of over 249% in spousal cellular surveillance sales." sighting an audit of customers and cellular surveillance technology.

Apparently, when significant others password-protect, it really makes people nervous. “There was a time when suspicious spouses would call a P.I. or purchase GPS trackers," Morris says. "But everyone has a smartphone these days.”

The advent of the smartphone coincided with the rise of AshleyMadison.com, a dating site for cheating spouses, and Craigslist's controversial "casual encounters" and escort profiles sections. Potential cheaters capitalized on their ease of access to these sites, as the convenience and privacy offered a new layer of anonymity and perceived discretion. While they think they’re anonymous, the reality is that we have the tools available to discover their dirty deeds.

“We deal with these issues daily; and despite the taboo of talking about it, cheating is more common than most people think,” Morris says. “Instead of being scared and living with uncertainty, it’s important to remind people that it’s about ending the suspicion and uncovering the truth. Because, in the end, it’s not what you think, it’s what you know.”

Morris also announced the BrickHouse Securities creation of a guide on how to catch a cheating spouse with their "Cheaters Kit". "Unlike the 'No-tell Motel,' the truth doesn’t hide behind closed doors. In a digital world, we can uncover the truth, no matter where it’s hidden. Our hope is that this new offering will help people end their suspicions and doubt."

About BrickHouse Security
BrickHouse Security provides security and surveillance products to consumers, businesses of all sizes including roughly half of the Fortune 500, and more than 500 local and national government agencies such as the NYPD, LA County Sheriffs, and the FBI. The company and its products have recently appeared on the CBS Early Show, NBC's Today Show, ABC's Good Morning America, Fox News, and the Associated Press.

BrickHouse Security offers a wide range of leading-edge safety, protection, and counter-surveillance products to help its customers protect what they care about most. Its industry-leading experts seek to be the go-to source for all of its audiences' needs by providing timely information through the company's informative blogs and content, and by identifying, developing, and selling quality products that represent the best and the latest in safety and security.

The company is headquartered in New York City and serves a diverse global client base.

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