She has already changed her number, but what the proxies do now is they are calling her at work. Social media is also not doable, because she maintains LinkedIn account for example, and that for the sake of her career has to remain open.
She is pregnant now, and this whole situation is affecting her health in a really bad way. Is there absolutely nothing she can do?
I certainly wouldn't think she has no merit. If someone threatens you to pretty much make your life a hell for the rest of it. Calls you names (and I'm not talking soft words here) and even threatens to come to you when you will be giving birth just to aggravate you, that's not without merit.
What can she do to actually make it clear to the Police that it is serious?
She has tried to be calm, then she tried normal adult like conversation and nothing happened.
It is not that they refused, they suggested conversation, but that is not possible, since she has been told she's stalking him, she doesn't want to approach him.
Unfortunately it's not only him, but also his girlfriend, girlfriend's sister and frankly GF doesn't seem stable to me. She has been texting my sister and did it from various different pay-as-you-go numbers. My sister blocked every single number of those, but she keeps getting new ones. This is ridiculous...
I am worried because my sister is pregnant and all these vicious calls endanger her well-being. There has to be something to stop these people!
Like I said before changing mobile number is ***** an option reason:
She's being called on COMPANY numbers, and these not only will not be changed, but also can't be limited due to the line of her job, she's liaising with contractors, so many "alien" numbers will call her.
So in essence she can't file for a harassment, is that what you are telling me?
It is repeated. Three persons are contacting here, mostly the GF and BF. Sister occasionally, and we're not bothered with her really.
And it is repeated. Almost daily. Nobody can withstand this type of abuse and stay healthy! Especially not when pregnant.
What kind of evidence is needed?