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I have been going through loads of others threads over the last few weeks and notice we all find ourselves in a situation where we have communicated with a LL/LA/Solicitors etc by email. The above site I have found has been invaluable when I have been conversing with my ex LL and their attempts at saying they have not read my emails etc.

 

The above site, gives you an icon ( I use the invisible one) and you copy and paste it into the email you are sending and when they open it you get an email notification back when they have read the email. Now I work in IT and know you can request a read receipt when sending mail but the onus is on the recipient to acknoledge they have received and read your email. IN these scenarios we all know that they will not do this. What Spypig does though is it sends tyou a email confirmation regardless and without the recipients knowledge. Have found it immense in my communiations with my ex-LL.

 

Suggest you send a mail to yourself so you can see how it works.

 

Hope this helps.

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