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Secretly Spy on Someone's Cell Phone

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How can I spy on my friend contact list and SMS?

How can I can spy on my friend contact list and SMS


It is invasive and possibly illegal to spy on your friend's contact list and SMS. If there are issues with your friend it is advisable to speak with them about the conflict. Spying would only show you things that you should be able to just ask them about because they are your friend. If this friend is in danger or you are concerned and the conversation did not go well then you should speak with a trusted adult family member of theirs.

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Talk to a Friend in Need and Make Peace With Others are two VisiHow articles that can help you with your communication difficulties with this friend. All of us have that one friend that we can't share our secrets to or the whole world knows about it. You will learn who to talk to and keep close and who to categorize as an acquaintance. Very few of us have several best friends and close confidants and the older you get the more you realize that a true friend is a rare gem to appreciate and treasure.

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