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hallo from greece

my english  i not so good and i have some questions about my skype account..!!!!

1.how can i see insite my account from my lap top that somebody is using my account for  mobile phone calls ??
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actually i thing that my son is using my skype account throu his mobile and when i ask him he says to me that he dont used any more..!!!

please inform me how can i  check from my lap top  ???


thanx
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