Scammers are sending out fake automated text or SMS messages like the ones below, to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information and subscribing to costly SMS or phone services. The recipients of these messages are warned not respond to them, because doing so, will cause them to continuously receive other fake and annoying automated messages.
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The recipients of the fake messages are advised to report them to their mobile service providers.
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