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Can an account owner read text messages for every line on an account?
Wodiamond
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I'm on a business account with my parents but my privacy is important to me. When I login, I can read all my text messages - send/receive, etc. Can the account owner access my text messages for my number if we're on the same account - OR - can the account owner only see the To/From Date/Time?

Thanks!

Wodiamond

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Re: Can an account owner read text messages for every line on an account?
rcschnoor
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The account owner can read all of your text messages if they have your userid and password. If they don't, they can't.Smiley Happy

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Re: Can an account owner read text messages for every line on an account?
rcschnoor
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The account owner can read all of your text messages if they have your userid and password. If they don't, they can't.Smiley Happy

Re: Can an account owner read text messages for every line on an account?
Dmenoche
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How is it done ? 

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Re: Can an account owner read text messages for every line on an account?
jav6
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@Dmenoche wrote:

How is it done ? 


You have Verizon Integrated Messaging and are using Verizon Message+.  You have to log in to the Message+ app/web messaging using the username/password of the phone number on the account you want to see/use messaging for.

This is a SIX year OLD thread, marked ANSWERED.  It should be CLOSED and if you have a new issue, you should open a NEW, CURRENT thread.

...Just another VZW customer...trying to offer some assistance...
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Re: Can an account owner read text messages for every line on an account?
KH-OrnEsh
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Due to the age of this thread, it will be locked in order to keep discussions current. If you have the same or a similar question/issue we invite you to start a new thread on the topic.