A model who earns thousands by helping women trap cheating partners has revealed one of the most common places she finds love rats: LinkedIn.
Carolina Lekker, 25, a Playboy model with more than 461,000 followers on Instagram, recently hit the headlines for revealing she charges £1,400 for her services, and women happily cough up the cash.
The model from Barcelona will slide into their partner’s DMs with the unsuspecting men believing they’ve bagged a date with a stunning model.
And now she’s revealed the richest men look for mistresses on the business networking website LinkedIn.
Carolina Lekker, 25, a Playboy model charges £1,400 to find out whether a boyfriend is cheating or not, and revealed LinkedIn is cheaters’ favourite playground
The model, who said she has no plans to stop chasing down cheaters, said it’s easier for cheaters to proceed on LinkedIn, because women don’t often look at the messages they send on the networking app
Caroline said she would get in touch with the man before setting ‘honey traps’ to find out whether he is a cheater or not
‘Yes, [LinkedIn has] much more [cheating],’ she said.
‘Since most women don’t look at LinkedIn – just Instagram and Facebook – it’s much easier for them [to not get caught].’
After finding the suspected cheater’s profile, Carolina will send him a message, biding her time until they make an advance.
She said: ‘At the moment, I’m only doing it for close friends and their friends, so they give me their [the man’s] profile and I get in touch, I try to talk about work etc.
The model revealed she’s earned £7,000 so far, but has kept the business to her close friends and family
Carolina, who likes to share racy pictures with her Instagram followers, said she believes men are more likely to cheat than women
The model said some people think it is harder to find out if men are cheating on LinkedIn because it is a more ‘formal’ platform
‘Some are interested right away but they want to go out on dates.
‘They say it’s bad to talk on the social network and then we already know what they are capable of.
‘Some friends asked me to meet some men [on LinkedIn] because they felt that because it was a more formal platform, with jobs and achievements, the chances of finding a guy who would fall for the game would be more difficult.’
The honey trapper only charges her full fee if the partner attempts to turn up for the date and if he fails the loyalty test.
The model has revealed some stealthy men ask to meet in discreet place, or won’t want to speak on social media
The model has also revealed some of the men she contacts online will look up her other social media to learn more about her before they reply to her
Carolina revealed that executives and CEO she’s contacted on LinkedIn will be more discreet and contact her back on Instagram later
The model said she believes men are more likely to grow ‘sick’ of what they have at home and to cheat
The model said she believes women are more likely to think about the feelings of their partners than men
And it looks like business is booming.
However, some men are savvier than others and will look up Carolina on other social media platforms to find out more about her.
Carolina said: ‘Some prefer meeting up in more discreet places so as not to be recognised.
‘And others take longer and go after other social networks, such as Instagram.
‘The CEOs and powerful entrepreneurs are a few that I’ve met, but they are more discreet, going after my profile on Instagram and calling me there.’
‘If after a lot of talking he wants to meet with me, I get the money and he doesn’t pass the loyalty test.’
Carolina, who claims to have made over £7,000 with her unusual side gig has no plans to stop helping other women.
When asked if she believes men cheat more than women – and why – the model said: ‘Men always talk about their needs and what they want and it’s much easier for them to “get sick” of what they have at home and go after other people without worrying about their partner’s feelings.
‘As for women, they are more sentimental and think more about their partner.’
Top warning sings your man is cheating, according to Playboy model Carolina Lekker
She said: ‘Little lies, like names, relationship ideas – stuff like this can indicate a traitor.
‘A cheat will always say that he’s alone and he’s not dating, as well as coming across as an approachable guy.
‘If he likes to meet and connect with new people, then he’s a cheater.’
Carolina said: ‘If he invites you to his house, a bar or anywhere at night where he knows you will always favour him – he’s a cheater.’
Carolina advised: ‘He will always ask for pictures of you at different times of the day, especially while he is at work.
‘This is the best time, as he will be alone and he will rarely write to you when his girlfriend or wife is around.
‘If he never shows his house or who he lives with, then this is a red flag.’
Carolina said: ‘If he appears unsatisfied with his current love life upon first contact, then he is trying to appear super vulnerable.
‘He’s needy and claiming he needs affection and love – which indicates a man who is likely cheating.’