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Here’s a tip that’s worth repeating: Don’t click on a link in a text message you get on your phone that says you’ve won a terrific prize or a gift card. People who clicked the links in the messages didn’t get the promised prizes. I have recently begun receiving random emails from unknown addresses. The Federal Trade Commission settled charges with a group of marketers that were part of a scheme that sent millions of unsolicited spam text messages promoting supposedly free merchandise like $1,000 gift cards for Wal-Mart and Best Buy.

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Here’s a tip that’s worth repeating: Don’t click on a link in a text message you get on your phone that says you’ve won a terrific prize or a gift card. People who clicked the links in the messages didn’t get the promised prizes. I have recently begun receiving random emails from unknown addresses.

The Federal Trade Commission settled charges with a group of marketers that were part of a scheme that sent millions of unsolicited spam text messages promoting supposedly free merchandise like $1,000 gift cards for Wal-Mart and Best Buy.

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Links can take you to spoof sites that look real but will steal your personal information. Copy the original message and forward it to 7726 (SPAM) free of charge, if you are an AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, or Sprint subscriber. I just got one that had suggested something sexual and it said to leave them a message to a site that I know is a download link.

And normally messages from sprint don't come from a seven digit phone number. I received one with him suggesting I use Ever to store photos. I was checking the message to see if anything was suspicious I should've noticed immediately being that it was an unrecognized number but, I continued to download to see if it wasn't a picture from someone I know.

once the download was complete the message deleted itself and I've yet to find out what was downloaded even after looking through my downloads which were empty and still empty after the fact.

Instead, they were taken to websites that asked them to give personal information and sign up for multiple offers, often involving purchases or paid subscriptions. I don't open them, but it infuriates me that they arrive.