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Block cell phone monitoring??


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#1 Cristie

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Posted 17 February 2013 - 01:56 PM

My cell phone is being monitored.  In looking online, there are countless programs available that will do this with just a couple clicks of a mouse.  And if you order in the next 24 hrs, they'll sometimes throw in a monitoring program to monitor PC activity!! The ones I have looked into advertise being undetected

 

But what I am not seeing is a way to block this activity.  Changing my number just opens new doors for monitoring my contacts cell phone numbers, as the culprits had physical access to my cell phone.

 

Add:  I am a victim of harassment and menacing that has spilled over to include my cell phone and computers.  (I am middle-aged and single so not a parent or jealous partner.)  I have a standard, straighttalk, prepaid cell, and have reset to factory settings many times, but today, I actually heard another phone hang-up.....spooky.

 

I have spywarehunter and avg on the pc.  The cell just has a browser (Net Browser 3.5). 

 

Any suggestions or solutions??

 

Thank you......Cristie



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Posted 17 February 2013 - 02:02 PM

Contact law enforcement. This way they can build a case against the perpetrators. Blocking the activity destroys any potential evidence against them. And without some additional information I don't know of a way to block RF interception without some major expense on your part.

Your best avenue is to contact law enforcement and work with them to make it stop.

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 02:06 AM

I think the BEST WAY to stop this is NOT TO HAVE ONE!! (They are excellent spying tools meant to keep tabs on you)


I know this isnt the answer your looking for BUT ITS A GOOD SOLUTION smile.gif

Edited by 4dude, 19 February 2013 - 02:07 AM.





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