If you're caught cheating, it could now ruin your dating life forever.
A new website is aimed at taking cheaters down one by one and it's catching on.
Welcome to cheaterville.com.
There you will find names, pictures, hometowns and all the details of affairs, posted by anonymous jilted lovers seeking revenge.
And according to the site, Fresno is a cheating hot spot.
James McGibney launched the website in February, appropriately on Valentine's Day.
He undertook the project after he and his buddy returned from deployment and found out his buddy's wife had been cheating on him while he was gone.
"We get threatened with lawsuits everyday, but at the end of the day we are protected by the Communications Decency Act of 1996, just like companies like Facebook," McGibney said.
McGibney says surprisingly 81% of the posted cheaters are women, exposed by other women.