If you ask a person to stop texting you and they continue what can I do. Sure, change my cell number. But I have changed it many times at $25 a pop. Sure, don't give him your cell number right. I've tried that. Since we have kids and grandkids he manages to always get my new number. If I have texted him and repeatly told him to stop texting me but he continues. Please just send me in right direction because this man has been harassing me for many years.
Dear Richmond - I am sorry to hear of your hassles. I would go the local police and /or commonwealth attorney's office. Be sure to call the prosecutor's office in advance so that someone can meet you when you enter the building and get you around the security folks. Good luck!
iPhone's pemit their owners to block calls and text messages from specific numbers. Query Google for [ iphone text block ], read up on how, and then block his number. I assume other smartphone manufacturers have a similar feature. Good luck.
The above response is general information ONLY and is not legal advice, does not form an attorney-client relationship, and should NOT be relied upon to take or refrain from taking any action. I am not your attorney. You should seek the advice of competent counsel before taking any action related to your inquiry.
Your two best legal options are to attempt to get a restraining or anti-harassment order or to contact the police. You should contact an attorney licensed to practice in your area who is familiar with the processes and procedures regarding getting restraining orders in your jurisdiction.
Calling the police is the second option. They may or may not take action depending upon the particular facts of your case and what evidence is or is not available.
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