Dail This Code To Check If Your Number Is Being Monitored And What To Do To Stop It
By ImmacuteConsult1 | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 59 views
Technology is going weird and the rate at which things are being done on smartphones is amazing. Without one knowing it, one's contact(s) can be monitored; but the goodness is that you can check if your contact(s) is/are being monitored and if it is, you can stop it.
Here is what to do:
To check if your contact(s) is/are being monitored, dial *#61#
Your calls, data, and text messages can be monitored. When you dial the code (*#61#), it will show whether your calls or fax, or data are being forwarded or not.
If it shows "Call/data/fax Forwarded" that confirms that your phone number/line is being monitored.
If it shows "Not forwarded" it means you are not being monitored.
If it is being monitored, you don't need to panic.
Here is what to do:
If your text and calls are being forwarded, dial ##002# to stop it.
Once you dial this code(##002#) no secret security agent can ever monitor your line again.
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