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Well im from NY, the other party texted me to not text them, and right away i said sorry, and they texted me several times to give them information and i never replied back
The other party is also from NY but this person is a stranger to me
I deleted this persons number and copies of the communication, so in other words I have no proof. But like I said I apologized about contacting him/her and I did not reply to her text messages afterwords. She/He has all the text messages sent, so can she alter these text messages to put me in trouble? Additionally can she/he use altered copies of communication because the text messages show no signs of me wanting to meet this party.
So should i be in a situation where the authorities are contacting me, what are the means that they would do this? I am just worried about them showing up and what I should tell them for them to never bother me again.
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