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texting, data, etc.), then you’re probably being charged fraudulently by a spammer.
Click on Billed usage to see the details behind this monthly .99 charge.
In our case, this brings up the following screen: You’ll see here that the “content provider” (ie. We’ve had to call in to AT&T and have multiple instances of these charges by various providers canceled and refunded.
This one, ironically, showed up shortly after we had done the digging into this issue for this article.
By doing so, you’ll be taken to a page that asks you to input your cell phone number.
You’ll also be asked to enter an 8-digit security code that will be sent to your mobile phone via free text.
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?
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.
While this will take care of the monthly subscription charges, it will not reimburse you for the text message spam you receive (and are charged for by your wireless provider if you’re not paying for an unlimited texting plan).You’ll notice that they preface the billing with the notice ‘This, in addition to what we’ve heard speaking to AT&T reps, confirms the widespread nature of these SMS Short Code texting scams.If you see any charges here, and you’re not subscribed for any kind of additional monthly service that is not typically included (i.e.This particular example came from the SMS Short Code 707-65.An SMS Short Code is an abbreviated number, or alias, used for SMS (text) messages.