So the big question is what are they REALLY deleting?
Did you know that sometimes peace of mind (even if it turns out to be unnecessary) can save a relationship? Whether you found something or you know there's nothing to worry about - either way you'd win.
But all you can really do is watch them tap away at the screen or leave the room to take a call. That little box is a mystery and you can't really just ask to see it.
A friend of mine, Ben, said he once had a nightmare about that phone laughing at him. That little phone was the keeper of all the secrets and knew what he didn't.
But what if you could change that? What if you could make that phone your ally?
Time to let you in on a "little known secret" about phones... I consider this the second most important factor in retrieving text messages on a phone...
Now I could write a book on that topic...
There's loads of ways to retrieve old deleted messages. But there's a few problems with this.
Firstly you need to get access to the phone every single time you want to look at what's been deleted. And, let's face it, you don't want to get caught doing that. They'll get their guard up and you'll have some explaining to do.
Secondly it's also pretty hit and miss. There's a bunch of different methods for different phones and software updates it can take a while to actually retrieve anything.
... but I have a solution.
We're talking a "60 seconds with the phone and you have access to everything" solution.
And we're not just talking about existing data - or even just text messages.
And (best of all) it takes zero technical skill.
Setting this kind of thing up can take literally seconds and nobody will know the phone was touched. If you do it right.
But there's a lot of very bad advice and tools out there which are blatantly obvious. I'd like to show you how to properly get peace of mind without putting a relationship at risk.