• 31st October 2012 - By Invisible Yahoo Detector

    If you want to find out when someone logs in to Yahoo Messenger, with us you have found the solution. The ID Alert Yahoo tracker service is incredibly useful as you can check who is invisible on messenger, but maybe sometimes you only want to spy on someone when he or she enters into his or her messenger. What do you do in this case? It’s hard to stay in front of the PC non stop and to check a certain ID, and maybe you can also reach certain security filters of the site and your IP can get banned and blocked.

    The solution is quite simple, as everything comes down to spying on a certain messenger ID and alerting you via e-mail when the spied buddy logs on to the messenger account. We call this service Yahoo ID Alert and we recommend it to everyone who wish to know the exact moment when a certain messenger account goes live, without having to do any permanent effort of entering the site.

  • 7 Comments to “Yahoo ID Alert – How to find out if someone logs on messenger”

    • sally jennings on November 14, 2012

      Invisible Yahoo Detector is great, but does it really work?
      what if the person you are checking on signs in all the time under invisible?

      • Invisible Yahoo Detector on November 26, 2012

        It’s working for sure.

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    • Group well on November 11, 2013

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    • SARA on March 29, 2016

      I have a friend who also has yahoo chat lately when we talk we don,t get to chat for long when his last sentence repeats it,s self over and over again. Sometimes we talk 10 minutes and it starts and sometimes after the very first thing they say. Any idea what the problem is anyone?

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