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Secretly Spy on Someone's Cell Phone

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I think my cell phone has been compromised. Can you give me info?

I think someone has somehow got into my phone just by having my phone number and is now tracking my location and maybe more than that. What can I do outside of throwing the phone away and getting a new one? And can I catch them and find out who it is? The article did not give me defined exact answers to my questions. I have tried: Nothing. I do not know much about this. I need help about what to do. I think it was caused by: Someone has tapped into my phone remotely. I think it happened two days ago. My phone is also acting a little different

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