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T-Mobile employee claims she helped a woman catch her ‘cheating’ husband

A T-MOBILE employee testified that she helped another woman find a phone number her husband had repeatedly contacted.

The worker appeared in a TikTok video wearing the store’s uniform, along with the caption: “When I was helping a customer find the phone number her husband had been calling and texting over the past few months.”

A woman has claimed she helped catch another woman's cheating husband

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A woman has claimed she helped catch another woman’s cheating husbandCredit: TikTok
People are questioning whether she can legally help a customer in this way

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People are questioning whether she can legally help a customer in this wayCredit: TikTok

She also captioned the video: “He won’t live, though,” and included the hashtags “t-mobile” and “ihatecheaters.”

Although she did not specify how she helped the other woman, many people quickly realized that her actions were problematic.

Some said the woman shouldn’t have been able to do this, with one commenting: “If she’s not the account holder you can’t do this! It’s against the law.”

“I’m pretty sure you can get sued for invasion of privacy lol,” another comment read.

Another asked: “Can’t you get in trouble for doing that???

“Go against the company?? You can close the whole store.”

The Sun has reached out to the woman for comment but had not received a response at the time of publication.

Meanwhile, T-Mobile released the following statement: “We have safeguards in place to protect our customers’ information and we will investigate this to understand what really happened.”

In another fake news, a woman discovered her best friend was sleeping with her fiancé, so she ordered her a birthday present as revenge.

Plus, another woman shared a trick to tell if your man is cheating on you and takes just seconds to set up.

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