dead_but_alive ( member #20178) posted at 1:42 PM on Sunday, November 16th, 2008
Me - BW
Separated - 11.19.2007 / DIVORCED - 1.13.2010
-- 19 years, 8 months, 24 days of marriage (including 2 years, 1 month, 26 days of separation) legally ended 1.13.2010. I now officially start my new life.
Pippy ( member #16482) posted at 3:29 PM on Thursday, January 29th, 2009
Kijiji.com (.ca in Canada) is a popular site for free classifieds. Go to WS's city (upper right corner of page), search his phone number or address and hopefully an ad will come up with more info. Then down at the bottom is a tab to "View poster's other ads".Click on it and it brings up ads from the same seller.
If you Google their phone number older Kijiji ads may come up but pix may be expired.
I divorced him because I didn't like his girlfriend.
Thinking hurts ( member #20902) posted at 6:08 PM on Thursday, April 2nd, 2009
There is a new service to unblock calls to cell phones at Trapcall.com. Forwards a call to Trapcall and then resends back to your cell phone with the real name and number for the call. Also can record calls, give the billing address for calls, and several other options. You can also hae a free sample call. Looks interesting.
Me: BS 56, FWH 54
M: 16 years
1 child - 12 y.o boy
2nd DDay: 08/15/08 (our anniversary!)
3rd DDay: 9/12/08
In R and steadily getting better.
Happiness is found along the way, not at the end of the road.
magill ( member #22797) posted at 9:51 PM on Sunday, April 5th, 2009
I think I finally found a Sprint back door # that works nationwide. You have to have a passcode though. But if the person that has the phone is not tech savvy and/or hasn't entered his own code yet, it might be possible to find out by phoning the company and asking how they set the passcodes initially. In my case they just told me that it is the last 4 digits of my phone number.
oldtimer97 (original poster member #2365) posted at 5:17 AM on Friday, April 17th, 2009
“When someone shows you who they are believe them; the first time.”
― Maya Angelou
To save a marriage, you must be willing to lose the marriage.
aquamarine ( member #4344) posted at 11:09 AM on Monday, May 18th, 2009
How do I use it? I can't just click on anything. I'm computer illiterate...
There are a lot of headings I'd like to open and read.
Pippy ( member #16482) posted at 3:18 PM on Monday, May 18th, 2009
Drivers info - Canada
Just found a website where you can get a current address of a driver in SOME provinces by supplying their name and birth date. There is a fee.
I divorced him because I didn't like his girlfriend.
really trying ( member #5311) posted at 4:45 PM on Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009
Me: late 40's
XH: A parasite and that might be a compliment
My S-23, Our D-15
Married 5/93 D-Day: 11/18/03
The future's so bright - I got to wear shades
Plant Seeds of Kindness
Momentothyme ( member #26901) posted at 6:30 PM on Saturday, February 6th, 2010
Not sure if this has been posted or not.
You could use a prepaid cell phone as a listening device.
(1) Hide the pre-paid phone.
(2) Turn off the ringer,
(3) Set phone to auto answer.
(4) Set phone to hands-free.
(5) You may have to wrap a headset around it to trigger the pick up automatically in hands free mode.
(6) Test your set-up.
then just call it when you want to listen in.
As a reminder: [make sure sure the ringer to off o/w your WH will find the phone ].
[This message edited by Momentothyme at 12:34 PM, February 6th (Saturday)]
BW - middle age.
WH - middle age.
Married - 20 years
3 kiddos - 9 and under.
D-day #1 - early November 2009.
D-day #2 - mid December 2009 (TT).
edits spelling and grammar errors.
jjct ( member #17484) posted at 2:54 AM on Friday, February 26th, 2010
inabadway ( member #27636) posted at 1:06 AM on Thursday, March 11th, 2010
How do you recover deleted texts on a Razor phone?
Me - 37
WS - 39
He wants to work it out (of course he does)...but do I?
mom of 2 ( member #11214) posted at 1:30 AM on Thursday, March 11th, 2010
Info is on page 2 of this thread, but check out:
http://www.paraben-forensics.com/handheld_forensics.html (for Verizon/CDMA phones)
google "cell phone data recovery" and "sim card reader".
Hope at least that gives you a starting point. I KNOW how frustrating this is.
Divorced after 23 years of M thanks to XH's truth trickle.
Status: Recovering and healing. It's going to be a long hard road.
Update November 2013: It only took seven years but I finally turned a corner. :)
SomewhatWorried ( member #16181) posted at 3:15 AM on Thursday, March 11th, 2010
The Verizon backdoors I have researched have been disabled.
Another way to freely access voicemail, for any number, is Sly Dial (www.slydial.com).
The process is simple:
Listen to a short blurb and enter the cell number.
Listen to another short blurb and get connected.
Press the appropriate key to disable the greeting (depends on service).
Enter voicemail pass code.
The receiving phone won't ring and the recipient cell phone will only see a missed call from an unavailable (no ID or number) source.
dremalou ( member #204) posted at 6:38 PM on Friday, March 19th, 2010
WH/69 East Coast A since May 97/Deep Fog
OW/72 never married only "Does" married men
Where's the man I married?...
Pro 5:20-23...lost w/o God
Ps 119:49-80 PTL
2getheragain ( member #16992) posted at 3:15 PM on Monday, March 29th, 2010
Anyone have the recent codes to view private profiles or their pic's?
AttemptStrength ( member #27947) posted at 5:17 AM on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010
Posting this here so it's not lost.
I don't know if this has been posted but I thought I'd share. Sprint is evil in that they do not show text history. However it appears you can block that skank from texting!
You need to go to Sprint.com and create an account only you can get into. You will need WS's email address/password (if the phone is in said persons name) as it will send an alert to that email when a new account has been made for that number.
You will need to say you forgot the pin number and have it emailed to the owner account if you do not know it.
With that information you now have an account to watch that number. You can watch call logs if you are still in spy mode. You can also download the logs and open them with note pad.
If you have already reached the NC phase then here are the goods!
Log into the account. You should be on the "My Sprint" in the lower right side there is a link called "Block text messages"
as seen here -
Click that link and you will come to a page that looks like this -
Click Block messages from all senders in my block list.
Put in the numbers you want blocked. Do put in area code and do not put in dashes.
Click Add for each number/email
Click Save Changes
You are now done.
Additional info - If you are spy mode or NC this may be useful as well. Go to Billing and Payment -> Billing History & Analysis -> Track Called Numbers -> Create a new report.
Make a name for the report and add skanks number (as many as 10 numbers per report). Click save.
Now you can come back to the track called numbers any time and just pull up all those numbers insted of looking through pages and pages of numbers to look for them.
Hope this helps.
WS him x2 A's
1 autistic DS
I'd never have spent the money on a wedding dress if I knew I was just going to a costume party.
mission ( member #28087) posted at 4:05 AM on Monday, May 3rd, 2010
I am not sure if other people have run into this problem but I thought I would post it.
If someone calls 411 on a cell and the call is automatically connected, they can talk for however long they want and the only # that shows up on the bill is 411! Very frustrating!
This is the way it is on T-mobile at least.
Married 20 yrs
Is there hope of a new life for a divorced woman 47 yrs old?
Peaches ( member #3770) posted at 1:24 AM on Sunday, May 30th, 2010
urwyfe ( member #29856) posted at 6:36 PM on Sunday, October 24th, 2010
I bough cell snoop, however, its complicated. does anyone know how to install it into a blackberry phone. the company doesn't give much support but tells you to contact blackberry not cell phone provider for 3rd party installation. I did research before ordering it and it has a positive review and has been mentioned on the news as one of the best ones. help if you can!
BW 53/WH 53Married: 7/15/2006
together 20+ years
DD#1 9/08, Reconciled 9/09
Cheating always ends in disaster! We were able to survive the aftermath!
Pocketdialed ( member #31687) posted at 1:17 PM on Saturday, April 16th, 2011
Just wanted to share another infidelity site I found through my WW's A. It is attachedpeople.com