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Topic # 129130 4-Sep-2013 16:14
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Hi,

I'm attempting to help serve a protection order against a stalker to keep him away from my daughter, but need some hard evidence.
He was crazy enough to leave a nasty message on her voicemail a few months back, but in a state of fear, she deleted the voicemail.

I'd like to ask, are all Voicemails saved on Vodafone's servers regardless of whether they're deleted or not?
We'd like to retrieve this and use it to get the order in place ASAP.

I was told by a customer service technician, that once deleted, voicemails aren't available to "Front end customers" . . .  does that mean there may still be a chance of finding it in their archived deleted files?

Thanks 

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  Reply # 889780 4-Sep-2013 16:24
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I hear the GCSB may hold a backup somewhere?

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  Reply # 889781 4-Sep-2013 16:25
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Hi Steevg

Once deleted they are gone for good, To serve a protection order you would not need this recording just visit the local police station and speak to the help desk

John

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 889785 4-Sep-2013 16:34
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Klipspringer: I hear the GCSB may hold a backup somewhere?


Yup, send the PM an email and ask for a copy.



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  Reply # 889812 4-Sep-2013 16:56
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GCSB ???


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  Reply # 889820 4-Sep-2013 17:16
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Ignore that comment

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