Bangalore: Indians are turning out to be more spying in the context of catching their partner's lie by using internet. Around 60 percent Indians have accepted to catch their partners lying using the lie detectors, says a survey conducted by Yasni.
Out of the 826 Indian responding, 59 percent admitted discovering a lie told by their partner, another 24 percent taken up internet measures to expose suspected lies, but got no evidence satisfy their suspicions.
16 percent Indians opted for not using the internet for exposing their partner's lies.
In comparison to Indians, only 30 percent of the Europeans have looked for such information online, suggesting their less-suspicious nature. "Fewer people from India than any other country claimed that they would not search for secrets about their partner on Yasni; showing that Indians are the most suspicious when it comes to trusting their partners," said Andy Barr, CCO, Yasni.
"Many people from all over the world come to us with information about their partner which they themselves have found online and has triggered concerns in their mind that they would like us to investigate further, in particular, comments made in their Facebook and other social networking sites. We have found that the most common lie exposed relates to a current partner saying that they had not had contact with an ex, and the second most common is in connection to their working life and having a worse job than they claimed when they first met," said Jorge Salgado Reyes, Allied Detectives.
"We always urge people to be cautious about the information they find and relating it correctly as it can have serious impacts on the relationships," added Reyes.