Let me show you how to spy on someone else Facebook messages From your own Facebook account; first of you will create a facebook account and then log into your own facebook account.
This option is applicable for both facebook Lite users and normal facebook users. You can decide to use the facebook free mode or tune it off during this process.
The time when we lived in the dark are over, you can now be in-charge of your life and everything that happens around you. Sometime, kids may be facing facebook bullying but one may not know about all these, but how can we know unless they tell us? Here is how: you can learn how to spy on someone else facebook messages and then do the same with their own account.
Just exactly the same way we showed you how to control the channels played on your GOtv and DStv by using Parental control,
We just finished writing an article on how to lock your phone app including facebook, i think all these things are needful. So below is how to get started.
How to Read Someone Facebook Messenger Chats | Requirements
- you will need to own a facebook account; if you don;t have yet.
- log o to google play store to download mobile tracking app
- find out what the second party login details are.
See Also: How to Unfriend Someone on Facebook
How to Read Someone Facebook Messages From Your own Facebook Account
- sign out already from your own personal facebook account.
- locate facebook website using your browser and sign into their account using their own logging details
- locate their messenger to start reading.
If you can access their login details then:
- download any mobile tracking app from google play and install accurately.
- sign into your facebook account and click open the app.
- follow the screen instructions to gain full access to the persons account.
As easy as that, you are already being in-charge. But one more thing, you can also spy on someone else facebook chats on messenger if you gain access to their login details, so find out what their login details are and try signing in from your own device.