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Company makes thousands of dollars by befriending mistresses and breaking them up from love affairs with married men

By Mason White 5:45 PM August 2, 2016
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By: Wayne Morin
Women in China, who have class and don’t want to fight with their husbands’ lovers, can now hire a company to do the dirty work for them.

Weiqing International Marriage Hospital Emotion Clinic Group is one such company that offers the “mistress dispelling services.”

Despite charging about $59,000 the company said that their services is becoming increasingly popular in all major cities of China.

Shu Xin, director of Weiging, said that when a wife hires them for the job, they first figure out what kind of lover they are dealing with.

They want to know if the woman is after his money, love or sex, and then, they develop a plan.

One of their employees then start a friendship with the mistress.

They use different tactics, including befriending the woman by exercising in the same gym, moving close to her home or getting a job at the same place as the lover.

Once the employee gained the lover’s trust, they work on breaking up her relationship.

This is done in a number of ways, including hooking her up with a new man, finding her a job in a different city or even convincing her that the married man is not worth her attention.

Theses companies reportedly have huge success rates, and are making a fortune of money.