There’s a Website Where You Can Publicly Shame Cheaters

If ever you’ve wanted revenge on a cheater, now may be your moment in the sun. A new website called Cheaterville.com allows users to post the photo of a person that done them wrong, along with a little write-up of exactly what they did. Here’s an excerpt:

Dirty Dugout Dana is her name and screwing every baseball player on the team is her game.I met her after one of my college baseball games at like this parking lot keg party.Not your typical tramp but just as bad as the rest.

This is like a modern-day tarring and feathering. While it’s not all that surprising that the site exists — I mean, there’s a reality show along the same lines, it was just a matter of time — this seems somehow a little worse. We all know by now that whatever the internets says about us affects whether we get jobs, who we can date and how other people will forever know us. So doesn’t it seem a little dangerous to have a site where anyone with any remotely vengeful intentions can post about you and your cheating ways?

What do you think? Is Cheaterville.com a fair comeuppance for cheating scoundrels, or a total overstepping of internet bounds?

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    • Eileen

      It sounds incredibly tacky to me – especially since it’s so easy to lie.

    • Whitney

      I agree with Eileen: tacky. And an overstepping of Internet boundaries. Sad that such a site does exist.

    • epilonious

      Supremely tacky. It’s drama generation to the n-th degree. It preys on the anger of recently cheated-upon folk and nothing good can come of that.

      I give it 2 months before grief-ers and other drama-seeking missiles arrive only to make recently-cheated-upon folks feel like they are ugly and have unacceptable secondary sexual organs.

      I then give it 3 months before the owners try and sell it off, fail, and just cram in more ads in a desperate attempt to make more money and otherwise kill the site.

    • Paige

      Maybe they shouldve thought about that before they cheated…I’m sure the one cheated on is feeling alot worse that than the dirty scoundrel whos face is plastered on cheaterville….everyone is so willing to do the crime, but not the time. Get over it.

    • Simone M

      I think it oversteps the boundaries. Suppose something is posted in a moment of anger and later realized that what happened really didn’t happen? You can put people’s lives and their jobs in jeopardy – all for a stupid misunderstanding.

    • Goldie

      the example you pulled makes it look like a lot of guys might use it to slut-shame girls who pissed them off in some way.

      i assume they are posting the person’s real name? what if that were you and that sight popped up every time someone (employers!) googled you?

      I guess it’s hard to stop anyone from defaming you on the internet if they really want to, but I dunno, that site is pretty hard-core douchebag. There are two sides to every story.

    • Batman

      People just dont “make up” cheating stories. If you get posted on this site then guess what YOU CHEATED! Poor little baby got caught cheating and now people are going to find out what a huge jerk you really are AWWWWW. Cheaters are scrambling around praying this website doesnt succeed but it will because its useful. Tacky?? I dont think so……..cheating on someone and not having the courtesy to leave them before you do VERY TACKY!!!! Wake up you idiots

    • George

      Billy (William) Walls,fraud, lies, false testimony. Indianapolis, Avon, Plainfield. DO NOT hire this creep for any business, he will use your info to steal from you. Very, sickening individual.