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Originally posted by The Vagabond
I'm glad to hear that they store the location. Luckily my cousin is good friends with the verizon store manager who sold them the phones, so I'll probably be able to obtain whatever records I need today.
If he doesn't have the access I'll need to find out if I can subpeona the records the same way the police are able to.
Originally posted by kenshiro2012
You mentioned that the circumstances behind your grandfather's death as being questionable. If that is so, is there an investigation ubderway by the police? They will / should be in on the call information if so.
You as a private citizen would not be able to access the records nor would a PI as it requires a Court Order to allow anyone to obtain this information.
I would though, have your grandmother call up Verizon and let them know that the phone is being illegally used.
They've already been informed, but you're telling me that not even the owner of the phone (my grandma) can get those records without a court order? Interesting.
Originally posted by Ezekial
Still assuming its a GSM phone, the telco can still track the useage of this phone even with a PAYG SIM. Each phone is allocated an IMEI serial number. This number is logged on the system. - With an interceptor you can even do this yourself.