Woman uses Ulta points to catch boyfriend cheating: ‘You need to be in the CIA’

People are praising a woman for the unconventional methods she used to get back at her ex and the other woman.

TikToker @shutup_sofi gave a quick story about a bit of revenge she got. She discovered her ex was cheating with a woman who knew he had a girlfriend. So she got to the bottom of things.


you call it fraud, i call it creativity. hope she wasn’t saving up! 🫶🏼 #TheRealPussinBoots #cheater #ex #lifehack #crazy

♬ original sound – 𝓜𝓲𝓪𝓪_❤️🚛

“When my ex was texting some girl under an obviously fake name but the number wasn’t listed on Facebook or Cashapp,” the video text explained.

So the influencer wrote down the phone number and gave it during checkout at Ulta, using 300 of the other woman’s points. She discovered the woman’s identity from the email address they asked if she wanted the receipt sent to.

“You call it fraud, I call it creativity,” she wrote in the caption. “Hope she wasn’t saving up.”

The hilarious video racked up 1.4 million views on TikTok.

“Ma’am you need to be in the CIA,” a person commented.

“This is next level unhinged. I respect and admire this. Do you do workshops that we can sign up for?” someone shared.

“Saving this in my notes if I ever need to get crazy again,” another said.

“He put her Netflix on my Xbox so I went and put her shows in the middle of the series finale,” a TikToker replied.

“A standing ovation for the queen please,” a user added.

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