He also made them look like they were forwarded to him from me. I am having an itg friend see what he did. The ex boyfriend is also obssessed and I am afraid for my life . He works for an insurance company and heads a department that does fraud ivestigations, surveillance, forensic pc recovery. He is very sophisticated and never threatened me, I just feel it, he has been email spying on me but I don't have evidence till now. What can I do to save evidence? I want to file a report because there is more to come.
You may find it in your best interests to file for an Order of Protection, although your petition would have to contain sufficient details to provide proof that the ex-boyfriend is "obsessed"
If there has been only one or two instances--this may not meet the domestic violence definitions of "stalking" or "harassment". On the other hand, if there are dozens of instances, you should go to court right away.
Another thought, if he is misusing his company resources to commit this harassment, a complaint to the insurance company may be effective in curtailing his use of that resource.
Experts in this area may run very expensive however, so the help of your IT friend will be crucial in documenting and uncovering the problem.
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As my colleague suggests, seek an order of protection. Assume your PC is corrupt. Get it cleaned by a professional, change ALL of your passwords, and never use the same password for more than one site. You can make printouts. Get that PC checked, and add protective software.
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