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Use My Spy to Track Facebook, Whatsapp, Skype, and Viber Instant Messages on Any Cell Phone

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I need help tracking my boyfriend's messages and location without his knowing?

Is it possible for him not to know that he is spied upon?

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As your boyfriend is an adult and you are not his legal guardian or parent, you cannot spy upon him with spy applications or trackers without his consent. Any spy application will warn you that you cannot use it without someone's consent. Some spy applications even have to limit their features (listening to surroundings and looking at them at any time, for example) to avoid people getting in trouble with the law.

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