With mSpy, every day is a stakeout.
The latest commercial spy software will you turn you into a regular Nancy Drew and most likely ruin all of your personal relationships. Why should you have to wait till your boyfriend is in the shower to check his phone? With mSpy you can record his calls, log his keystrokes, check his emails, read SMS chats, and swipe through his photographs. This is all amazing until you realize you are a psychopath. Curiosity killed the cat for a reason .
Now maybe you would never spy on anyone, but could you say the same for the people around you? Be wary if you are gifted a new cell phone this week. Starting today, mSpy is selling phones with preloaded, allegedly undetectable, software.
The company advertises this software as a “user-friendly application for watching over your child or your employees’ cell phone use,” which doesn’t necessarily make it any better. Okay, so it’s not intended to spy on your partner, but it doesn’t mean it won’t happen. Company founder Andrei Shimanovich doesn’t seem to care either way.
“It is the same question with the gun producer,” says Shimanovich. If you go out and buy a gun and go shoot someone, no one will go after the gun producer. People who shoot someone will be responsible for this. Same thing for mSpy. We just provide the services which can solve certain tasks regarding parents and teenagers.”
Yeah, we don’t have any problems with guns in this country, so this is a great comparison. Also their peppy video advertisement says things like “they won’t find out” and “install mSpy and reveal the truth today.” Pretty scary.
Binge watching Veronica Mars has certainly inspired my inner mystery solver, so I can see how this kind of voyeurism can be addicting. With mSpy, every day is a stakeout! But seriously, from personal experience snooping always leads to a discovery you’d rather stay hidden.
Parents, if you use this to watch your kid’s every move, they are guaranteed to go off the rails and seek therapy for years to come. Employers, you should be warned that this is not the way to boost company morale, and finally, if you are following your significant other with spy software, you should most definitely break up.
Congratulations mSpy, we are now one-step closer to our dystopian future.