Who needs private investigators when you can DIY it!

Consider the GPS tracker solution by the GPS Spouse Tracker company.

The company states on its home page: "

Track Your Wife, Track Your Husband  Every 5 Minutes For Only $15.95 Per Month (Our Best Plan). One And Two Minute Plans Available.

No Need To Keep Up With Number Of Locates Or Credits Used Per Month. Track As Much As You Want Anytime You Want.

   
   

Catch a Cheating Wife - Catch a Cheating Husband- Catch a Cheating Spouse  Now!    Know for Sure, End It!

"

 

 

In a court case recently heard in the United States, CNET reporter Chris Matyszczyk wrote regarding a woman (Mrs Villanova) who was advised by a private investigator to track her husband on suspicion he was cheating on her using a GPS:

Leonard, finding Villanova a little difficult to follow by the normal movie methods, reportedly suggested to Mrs. Villanova that she should slip a GPS device into the glove box of a GMC Yukon-Denali that both husband and wife used.

The three judges' logic, though, will cause many to consider the meaning of life and of Google Street View. They decreed that the GPS was not an invasion of privacy because it only tracked Villanova in publicly viewable locations, not in some recondite cupboard or well.

 

Interestingly, GPS Spousal Tracking company does place a disclaimer on their web site regarding lawful use of GPS trackers stating:

Our tracking devices may not be used to violate the privacy rights of others, or in violation of local, county, state or federal statutes. GPS tracking may be illegal in certain states. In no way will Hallmark Security, Inc. or its subsidiaries, dealers or partners be held responsible for inappropriate use of these products.

IT IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER TO CONSULT LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE INTERPRETATION OF ANY LAWS APPLICABLE TO THE AREA OF INTENDED USE OF THESE PRODUCTS.

http://www.gpsspousetracking.com/Tracking%20Key/MoreInfo1.htm