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Someone sending sms to another mobile and it is displaying as being sent from my number

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I m fighting a legal battle because someone was sending sms to another mobile number and it is displaying as being sent from my number.I m likely to be terminated from my company if the issue is not resolved because no one is believing that this thing is possible.Can any computer expert solve this riddle?My email is :- suparnochowdhury@gmail.com

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Hi,

This has obviously been cloned at some point - see the references here -

http://reviews.ebay.co.uk/SIM-Card-Cloning-UK-Networks_W0QQugidZ10000000002358826

Your best bet is to request another number with the same company, and transfer the contract to that one.

If this works out, please rate as fixya for others to follow. Thanks.

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