Question about LG CHOCOLATE VX8500 Cellular Phone
A couple weeks ago around 7:30 in the morning my boyfriend received a text message that said it was sent from me. Problem is, I did not send him that text message. I was home alone so no one else would have sent that text from my phone either. I have verizon and I talked to their technical help line and they said they don't even have any records of that text being sent. It didn't come from verizons v-text website either. My boyfriend saved the text so I know he received it, but we have no idea where it came from. It is pretty freaky because it definitely says it came from me and my cell phone number. Here's the reason why I'm trying to find out how this was possible and why it happen, if the text was sent from me, it would imply that I was cheating on my boyfriend so this whole thing was quite a headache when it happened. I do have an ex that has been in the cell phone industry for almost ten years, so I wonder if he somehow sent it. Or maybe somehow somebody's text got lost and for some reason got sent to my boyfriend? I've never had this happen, nor have I ever heard of this happening. Please help. Verizon couldn't tell me anything.... they were clueless.
Very easy....your phone is Cloned....your ex has been in the cell phone field for 10 years or so, he has the know how. Pay attention to this, does your phone ever hang-up on you by itself? Like if you hd press the end button? Or it would ring and no one is at the other end?
Best Solution: Get another phone...tell the VZW rep about this. They might replace for free....because this would show their service/network's enferiority.
Alt. Solution: Find someone with my experience and fight fire with fire. Clonning is a FEDERAL crime!
With the new phone, do not let it out of your possession again. All this person needs is the ESN on the back of your phone, your phone number and the MIN number...and you will be back to square one trying to justify with you currnent man.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
I think you are all cheating.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
I am having this same issue and it has turned into something serious since accusations have been made against my boyfriend that he is now a pedifile due to some text messages sent to my neice! I have contacted t-mobile and they have a team of experts investigating this. Talk about twisting your mind! I never imagined that someone could send texts messages and it looks like it came from you how can you argue that you didn't do it when the text messages tie you to it? I wouldn't have believed it if I didn't see it myself.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
That sucks for people that it made look like they were up to something. Mine just made me confused.My boyfriend called me asking what dq ment. I said I don't know Darry queen I guess. He said he got a text from me, witch I looked at and it's on my phone that reads"nope...never had this guy in any of my dq". I didn't send it. I'm not to surprised things like this can happen though, wit such reliance on a tecknology that like everything else is hack able.
Posted on Nov 11, 2013
Well, I don't know what's really happening in the above cases; however, yesterday I received a text message from my husband, and we had spent the whole day together. He said that he didn't send it. It was an innocuous message. Today we called Verizon and told them what happened. They said that it was a delayed text message, and that because my hubby hadn't updated some sort of profile (you have to do it every four months), that would have been the cause. Makes better sense than hackers, but then it wasn't anything wierd like above . . . Good luck.
Posted on Sep 04, 2012
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