This is a review of Spytexter/Spyall.net/Spyleak.net text spy services. If you want the executive summary: these services are SCAMS and don't work, as you've probably seen for yourself.
Review of: Spytexter.com / Spyall.net / Spyleak.net
Simply a scam
Ease of use
Doesn't work but at least easy to enter a number
- They don't try to charge you
We Don't Like
- It's a scam doesn't deliver what's promised
- Your personal information is collected and resold by scammers
Summary: Spytexter is a mostly harmless scam. Whatever phone number you enter into it, the service will try to take your personal data (which will be sold), then redirect you to a youtube video.
Read on for the full explanations. If you're interested in real working solutions for reading someone's messages (for a legitimate purpose), click the orange button
We have been requested to review the service at spytexter.com. Does spytexter really work? Is “spy texts” real?
Spytexter User Experience
As you can see, when you land on the spytexter.com page, it asks you to enter the “target phone” number and promises to let you “spy on texts”. Whatever number you enter, you will be presented with a cheesy animation and eventually directed to a page which will ask you to install some Clash of Clans type game and enter your email details.
Eventually, this “service” will happily tell you that “54 messages were found” and ask you for your email.
Once you enter your email, you will be redirected to an unrelated youtube video highlighting a snapchat hack on a jailbroken iPhone.
Why Does This “Service” Exist?
People behind spytexter.com service run other similar pranks/scams (choose whatever definition you prefer) at privatesnaps.co and spysnap.net. These “services” are identical scams designed to earn profits to their owners by exploiting your natural curiosity. However, it doesn’t install malware on your phone and we consider it harmless.