on 09-03-2019 23:46
It’s quite vile and full of venom.
I really want to report this. Is there anywhere online?
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on 09-03-2019 23:53
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone 8+ (EE)
on 09-03-2019 23:54
I think you should block the number and report it to the police.
on 09-03-2019 23:55
O2 have a system for reporting nusance calls and texts here
You should also report it to the police.
You could also block her number, or if so inclined, change yours. O2 will allow you one free change of number.
Best of luck and welcome to the forum
on 10-03-2019 00:20
@sweet_pea I agree that you should block the number and report it to the police. Hopefully you've kept the text. Otherwise it's just your word against the other person.
on 10-03-2019 00:40
It’s really starting to upset me and she’s just getting worse.
Many thanks. 🙏
10-03-2019 08:03 - edited 10-03-2019 08:06
You should report it to the Police.
However in your shoes I’d be inclined to change my phone number, email address , Twitter and Facebook accounts as well.
I’m dealing with a similar case at work and the only way you can stop these people is to cut off the ‘oxygen’ that’s feeding their behaviour.
Of course you might wonder why you have to do that but if you dont’ they will get at you if they’re determined...court order or no court order.
If they can’t contact you they eventually give up.
on 10-03-2019 09:11
Besides doing everything we all advised above, you should also have a word (via text or email) with your ex husband and inform him of your intention to report her to O2 and the police (and do both)
If he has anything about him, he should be putting a stop to this vile abuse.
on 10-03-2019 09:36
A lot of this does depend on the relationship she has in anyway, shape or form with her ex.
Sadly I don’t think we’re talking about rational and reasonable decisions here.
Attempted contact with the ex might even make the situation worse.