Jim Warren thinks revenge is a dish best served cold to the unfaithful — byte by vicious byte. That’s why he created the Web site

“Wouldn’t you go on the Internet to find out if the guy that you’re dating has had a past history of cheating?” says Warren, a business consultant from Redford, MI.

The heartbroken, the cuckolded, the bitter can all anonymously post profiles of their cheating former lover — though revealing cheaters’ full names, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses is prohibited.

In addition to alleged cheaters’ profiles, the site includes a list of signs your beloved might be cheating and links to Web articles on relationships.

Wanting revenge is normal, but Warren stresses that people hoping to reconcile with their cheating lovers probably shouldn’t try to publicly embarrass them via a Web site.

“A lot of people have a lot of hurt and anger, and if they don’t get an opportunity to release that somehow, they go on with the rest of life being bitter and angry,” Warren says.

“To have an avenue to release that, I think that’s good.”