on 23-03-2009 16:52 - last edited on 16-06-2012 19:39 by Admin
on 25-03-2009 12:43
you wont be able to pinpoint it or find out who it is because of data protection laws all you can do is make a complaint to o2 who will then advise you to report it to the police and they can trace it to the person however they probably wont tell you who it is, this can also be done for calls from witheld numbers providing the person has the phone registered if not then the chances of finding out who its is are well slim to none really
on 26-03-2009 00:04
Best solution I think is to get O2 to change your number and be careful who you circulate it to.
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on 27-03-2009 11:04
on 27-03-2009 15:52
i personally think they have told your friend a load of rubbish
o2 do tell you they will liase with the police. What this texter is doing is against the law and he/she can be prosecuted so why would the police not get involved??
on 04-04-2009 08:17
on 04-04-2009 11:04
however since speaking to o2 the tx messages have stop how odd.
That's good news