Facebook detectiveBy Susan K
Mel (not her real name) got wind her overseas husband’s illicit affairs several times in the past because she could access his Facebook account.
Her husband always vehemently denied it. The woman she saw in a picture on his FB was “just a friend,” he said. He gets angry whenever Mel confronts him about his supposed infidelities.
Recently, Mel could no longer open his FB page. The password had apparently been changed. Call it woman’s instinct: Mel thought of combining the name of her husband and the name of the woman in the picture as the password to her husband’s FB account. She was right. When she finally accessed her husband’s account, she saw pictures of him embracing the woman in Qatar. She read all their conversations and learned about their plan to spend a vacation together in the Philippines.
Mel was able to get the flight details of her husband and brought her two children to the airport to fetch him. The husband went home with them that night but the next day, he left, saying he was going to Philippine Overseas Employment Administration. He did not come home for the next three days.
What Mel wants is for her husband to sign an agreement that he would regularly provide financial support to his family despite his philandering. Mel said she had accepted the fact that her husband was engaged in illicit affairs while working abroad.
Elvin Villanueva, Bantay OCW’s legal counsel, advised Mel to first go to her barangay to report her complaint.
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