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detecting a passive GPS chip

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I am a target of GPS-stalking.
It appear that my former roommate put a GPS chip is to my personal belonging. It appears that the GPS tag is being linked to a faked profile which continuously broadcast my exact location.

I did some research regarding RFID (such as credit card) and Verichip chip that can be used for locating people by emitting radiofrequency. I hope the experts on this forum can pointed out the way I can intercept the signal from the spy tag, and allow me to remove it. Is there any frequency range I should look for while purchasing the tag?

can 125kHz frequency been used to determine the location of chip?

any help will be appreciate.
 

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