Tour wireless provider should have a process in place to enable you to get reimbursed for SMS spam messages you receive.
In the case of AT&T, simply forward (on your i Phone, select the text message, hit the “edit” button at top right, select the message, and hit “Forward” at bottom right) the message to 7726‘.
Once you do so, not only will AT&T be notified and be able to take action against this scammer, they will also reimburse your account for this message so you won’t be charged for it.
A growing concern for mobile phone users is the rise in text message spam over the last few years.
The first is to add a purchase block to your account, which will prevent any of these unauthorized purchases from going through to begin with.
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).
As you’ll see in the description, you can visit att.com/mobilepurchases to learn all about mobile purchases and how they work.