if anyone has had the same problem please advise on what you did.If you get another message like this, don’t click on the links in the text message.I’d love to make it full time – but we would need MORE for him to do. I’ve had folks emailing me their photos for years – to my personal email address.And it has gotten to the point where there are more than 100, sometimes pushing 200 emails in my inbox the next morning, all related, which is GREAT – but it makes it hard when the work stuff that comes in gets lost in the middle, or pushes your beautiful photos further down my email queue and I was feeling a bit overwhelmed and found it harder to reply.I reported the content and sender's phone number to 7726 (SPAM). AT&T is sending out text messages to customers who had premium text message charges added to their bills sometime after January 2009. I was dumb enough to click the link, and it led me to this website to get money fast. I got a text message about some Nike gift card on my phone and saying that I should check out this cool app called appleshock(Can't remember the name) but what really scares me is that the message had the name of a family member saying "--Name" at the end.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.Strangely enough, I didn't receive any of these until I put my number on the "do not call" site. I also started receiving texts with my full name and address after enrolling on the Do Not Call list. It's not the Do Not Text list, so maybe that's a loophole?
I had recieved one yesterday from a different email and a different message but suggesting the same thing and with the same link.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.Is becoming a identify theft problem all over the USA. If theres anything to worry about it would be the fact that pretty much all the people they employee to help with your account issues are from a country well known for their scam "artists". I haven't responded, and when I researched it told me it was a customer service platform so I'm rather nervous about the whole thing.Thanks for keeping me company this evening as hubby is sitting his recliner napping.Just wanted to share the pic of my En Provence that won Grand Champion at our local agricultural society fair in September, Champion at the district level in November and a week ago Friday it won Reserve Champion for all of Ontario.