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change phone number due to harassment

  • 25 December 2021
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I was assaulted and hospitalized at the end of November 2021. The man who assaulted my evaded the police and hasn't been caught yet.  He has been harassing me and hacking my phone every day since th assault threatening to get my family or me if I choose not to talk to him. Par change my phone number please?!,!?


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Hi @preciouslilmom75 

I’m sorry to hear about your experience, and I hope that you are safe and doing better.  For assistance with this, I recommend reaching out to our support team on Facebook (m.me/cricketwireless) or Twitter (@cricketsupport) with the details of your issue, wireless number, and full name on the account.

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Telephone harassment occurs when someone intends to annoy, harass, or threaten you by: making a telephone continually ring. ... making repeated telephone calls where the conversation consists only of harassment, or. making a telephone call and using heavy breathing or silence with an intent to intimidate.

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Telephone harassment occurs when someone intends to annoy, harass, or threaten you by: making a telephone continually ring. ... making repeated telephone calls where the conversation consists only of harassment, or. making a telephone call and using heavy breathing or silence with an intent to intimidate.

 

THanks for sharing.

 

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Cricket charges 15 for a new number, if you call in they might wave the fee, good luck!

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It sounds like you've been through a really tough experience. I'm so sorry to hear that you were assaulted and are still harassed by the perpetrator. Understandably, you're feeling scared and helpless right now.  There are a few things you can do to try to protect yourself and your family. First, you should change your phone number and make sure your new number is unlisted. This will make it more difficult for the perpetrator to contact you. It would help if you also considered changing your email address and any other online accounts he might have access to. It's also a good idea to contact the experts from https://www.digitalforensics.com/sextortion. They know how to deal with such problems, and I am sure they will help you!

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