The way these services work is that they offer you a “trial” service, which really is just a regular text message loaded with some useless junk, and they then attempt to charge you if you don’t cancel (i.e. With AT&T, at least, this is how the process works. The worst part is that the recurring charges are very difficult to spot on your bill, so you may well end up paying the .99/ month extra for months without realizing you’re being scammed.
well, talk to my daughter, using the time-honored interaction of human voices and ears.
Moreover, you can ask questions online anonymously on any topic and receive answers from the experienced community. I tried looking into repealing my "punishment" for "being annoying, offending, or perverted," but it seems once you're banned, there is nothing you can do but wait for your time to finish.We’ll show you how not only to stop text message scam from coming through, but how to prevent your wireless account from being charged a monthly fee, how to report these numbers to your phone provider, and how to be reimbursed for the text charges themselves.Here’s an example of a text message scam you may receive.Yes, your moderators may not view your images personally but when I send a picture of my lunch to someone and get sent to prison for an INAPPROPRIATE image that violated the terms and services, (which I read fully) and I had to pay the cost of it.Have you ever gotten a text message that is obvious spam, and it’s asking you to reply STOP to cancel, but you’re hesitant to do so knowing that you may confirm your identity to the spammer?