The legitimate Do Not Call registry with the FTC does not ask for your name or address.If you found a site that is pretending to be the FTC Do Not Call registry, please report it to the FTC at ftc.gov/complaint. Here is another scam and identify theft: The Blue Bird Card by Walmart and American Express has their emblem on the card. NOT ONLY DID THE THIEF GET ME, HE/SHE GOT MY 14 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER AS WELL!!! JUST CUZ THEY DON' T HAVE CREDIT YET DOESN' T MEAN THAT SOMEONE WON' T TRY TO STEAL YOUR CHILD' S INFORMATION. I've been getting a lot of texts from with inappropriate messages on it, like "H0p on here so I can flirt with you " (that's an actual one I got) and it's really annoying.I had recieved one yesterday from a different email and a different message but suggesting the same thing and with the same link.I know not to click on it but how do I stop these from happening? Another discussed me getting drunk when i know i never had alcohol since im underaged. If you do, you must create a user name, or we will not post your comment.I also recently registered my number on the do not call list and received a text with my full name and address with a link to a website.Even though it was am when they sent it, I was waking enough to think logically and not click on the link.When internet fraudsters impersonate a business to trick you into giving out your personal information, it’s called phishing. The Federal Trade Commission Act authorizes this information collection for purposes of managing online comments.Don't reply to email, text, or pop-up messages that ask for your personal or financial information. You can file a complaint about the messages with the ftc at ftc.gov/complaint. (the person that I sent the email doesn't have my phone number? Comments and user names are part of the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) public records system, and user names also are part of the FTC’s computer user records system.
if anyone has had the same problem please advise on what you did.
If you didn't authorize any premium text message services, then you will want to file a claim at ftc.gov/att. I didnt enter any information, I just visited the site. But it showed the the message was sent from my sister's phone, which wasn't working at the time. today I received a text from the number unfamiliar to me but with my local area code.
This was a couple weeks ago, and my device has worked fine. Hi,got a text from "[email protected]" telling me I have won a fifty dollar gift card for taco bell. I assume this is some kind of scam,but using Sprints name? What if you DID click because you thought it was a friend who you know got a new phone number? when I check the text message it immediately started downloading the attachment it came with.
press and hold to get to the options of what to do with the message, and there isn't an option to forward to SPAM thing with T-Mobile.
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I reported the message and it's content to AT&T via 7726. You don't answer their phone calls so they send text messages with your personal information? If you register with the FTC for the legitimate Do Not Call registry, you need to give your email.