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phone tracking

  • 17 June 2013
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I know it may be wrong; but I would like to know if there is a way to track my ex-wife's phone, both location and messaging (sent and received). I pay all charges on the phone so I have access to billing and all on-line services. I am not looking for judgement, just answers, if anyone can help it would be greatly apprecieated. Thanks

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This web site can help you http://www.mspy.com/
This web site can help you http://www.mspy.com/ I would rather contact this site: https://www.sat-gps-locate.com/
Log into your Self Serve account, then select her phone number. Then go under usage and select text messaging. From here, you can set the specific date(or the time period) and it will display the numbers. You won't get the text messages themselves as those require a court order to view.
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If it is an iPhone you can use Find My iPhone from iCloud assuming you have the login for iCloud. This is also assuming data or wifi is active Anything else you would need to install the app on the phone first which wont be much help to you
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If you have Self Service account up and running, you can log in, go under the billing tab, then e-bill, then you will have access to the PDF version of your bill with all the call log, you will see time, location when call was placed or received and number called... For text messages go to usage tab, then go to message usage and you will have access to all the info for the current billing cycle...
thank-you to all I want to read messages and look up other phone numbers learned
thank-you to all I want to read messages and look up other phone numbers learned You won't be able to read the messages. You need a court order for that. Reading the messages without a court order is an invasion of privacy which you can go to jail for.
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thank-you to all I want to read messages and look up other phone numbers learned Well David, I think this is a case of asking her to give you the phone back if you're paying for it. If she won't give it back to you, then cancel the line and pay the remaining tab to be done with all of this. I know you're not looking for judgement, but I'll give you the best outcome instead: you keep your money by cancelling, she keeps her privacy, everyone's happy. Seriously, you really don't want to do what you're planning to do. It only leads to a dead end road.

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