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Text Message Mystery
« on: July 26, 2016, 07:50:40 pm »

Can anyone explain this please. I received a text message today, which I was expecting to receive sometime this week, which displayed  a date of 22 June. The time was right for the time or receipt. It was received at the same time as another message, from a different source which displayed with today's date. For various reasons I know the message was not sent in June,  Any credible ideas?  {:-{

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Re: Text Message Mystery
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2016, 08:05:10 pm »

If the senders phone is not set to the correct date it may be showing the date to which the senders phone is set to, just a guess though
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Re: Text Message Mystery
« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2016, 10:29:08 pm »

 :-)....just a thought along similar lines

If today you back dated your computer date clock to 22.06.2016 and sent a message requesting or demanding action/money in accordance with a contract ......etc.....

In a Court of Law  :police:, your Solicitor could produce documents that purport to have been sent at an earlier day in time, that clearly you received however failed to action :embarrassed:

Be careful, it has been done before.... O0 ...some say that PC evidence is not admissible.....Hillary Clinton has just been found guilty of using her home PC for business work {{that was Government related}} .........'just working from home Dear'  :kiss: was her defence

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