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Spy On Your Boyfriend, Girlfriend or Children's Text Messages and Emails from a Cellphone

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My husband has been acting funny lately and disappearing, he says he is working but you know how that goes. He has a flip phone through us cellular is it possible to get what he has on his phone (text, calls, etc.)?

My husband has been acting funny lately and disappearing, he says he is working but you know how that goes. He has a flip phone through us cellular is it possible to get what he has on his phone (text, calls, etc.)?

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If it is not a Smartphone your only option is to go through the phone each time you get a chance. You also can ask a friend to follow him one day or hire a Private Investigator. Occasionally pop into his job when he says he is working late to bring him a hot meal. Sometimes doing a little sleuthing on your own can give us the answers that we need. If he is not on salary then you may be able to see if he is really working late based on his pay stub. Another option is to pretend to plan a weekend getaway with the extra money he is earning or a new dishwasher, you get the idea. If he is not earning extra he will try to stop the trip or expense.

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More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: I think my boyfriend is either talking back with his ex or some other female and he has these weird text that comes up on his phone as just like 5 #s sent it to him. He tends to have a problem Factory Resetting his phone. He does it at least 4 maybe 5 tim

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