CheatConfession.com – Anonymous Online Forum Where People Post About
Cheating or Being Cheated on
Announcing the launch of CheatConfession.com, an online forum where people can anonymously
post their stories of cheating, being cheated on, or thinking about cheating while others comment,
and vote on posts.
New York, NY, May 17, 2010 --(PR.com)-- The idea for CheatConfession.com came about after so
many recent headlines involving alleged celebrity cheating scandals, like those of Tiger Woods, Jesse
James and most recently, David Boreanaz.
CheatConfession.com was created to be a forum where people involved in cheating can absolve
themselves of some guilt or get advice from peers by anonymously posting their cheating or adulterous
tales, or thoughts of cheating. People can also vent their anger or hurt by posting stories of being cheated
on. All posts are judged and voted on by other visitors. Anyone over the age of eighteen can post on
CheatConfession.com. All content on the site is user generated and is intended for a mature audience.
Posts are no more than 800 characters in length, and all posts on CheatConfession.com are anonymous
user-generated stories of infidelity which are posted with single name aliases. Users can also go to the
website to read posts, or comment and vote on other people's “cheat confessions.” Posting categories on
the site include: Cheaters, Cheated On, Thinking About Cheating and The Other Person (aka the
Another feature on CheatConfession.com is the Letters section, where users can type and post an open
apology letter to someone they have cheated on, an angry letter to someone who has cheated on them, or
a letter to someone whose relationship or marriage they took part in breaking up. All letters are written
and addressed to single name aliases only. Last names are not allowed on the site to preserve the privacy
of all involved parties.
CheatConfession.com is moderated by a staff of editors to assure anonymity, and to avoid abusive
behavior on the site. CheatConfessions.co