25% of Americans Admit To Snooping On Their Partner’s Finances
Around 25% of Americans now admit to snooping on their’s significant other’s spending.
That’s according to a new survey by AreaVibes, an apartment listing website.
More than half say they secretly logged into their partner’s bank accounts online.
Fewer people admitted to sneaking a peek at their partner’s bank statement, but some went as far as using a secret app to keep tabs on their significant other’s finances.
Their reasons for snooping?
Most said they wanted to make sure their partner isn’t overspending.
While nearly a quarter said they were just curious.
Around 9% wanted to make sure their partner was fixing their bad credit score and 7% said they were suspicious their partner was cheating on them.
You may have a good reason to pry:
41% of Americans say they secretly spend money and hide it from their significant other.
Men are more likely to secretly spend on alcohol, video games and fast food.
Women secretly spend on clothes, jewelry and beauty products.