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They show up as unwanted and unexpected text messages on our phone screens. Whoever is sending you a spam text message is usually trying to defraud you.
Most spam text messages aren’t coming from another phone.
They’re usually originating from a computer and being delivered to your phone — at no cost to the sender — via an email address or an instant messaging account. There are steps you can take to reduce unwanted text messages and help prevent them from showing up on your phone and other mobile devices.
Editorial note: Our articles provide educational information for you.Send any suspicious or spam messages to 7726, which spells SPAM, so your carrier can investigate. AT&T will reply with a text asking for the phone number of the spam text. AT&T will launch an investigation and prevent other customers from receiving spam from the reported number. After you provide that information, you will receive a message from Verizon thanking you.Don’t worry, messages forwarded to 7726 are free and don’t count against your text plan. Or you can fill out AT&T’s online spam reporting form. Verizon will then launch an investigation and prevent other customers from receiving spam from this number.Next, click on the number and select “Block.” Adding your phone number to the Federal Trade Commission’s National Do Not Call Registry lets you opt you out of receiving most telemarketing calls.If you receive an unwanted call after your number is on the registry for 31 days, you can report it to the FTC.
It can take you to spoof sites that look real, but are designed to steal your information.