Is Ringtones32 a Scam? Ringtones 32 Text Messages

If you have received the Danish Ringtones32 text message below, which claims you have subscribed to RingtonesX for $50, appears to be a scam. A lot of online users have received the same message and claimed they have never subscribed or signed up with Ringtones32 or RingtonesX. Ringtones32 allows visitors to download ringtones, but all the ringtones that I have tried to download are free. So, why are people getting these subscription text messages?

Is Ringtones32 a Scam? Ringtones 32 Text Messages

The Ringtones32/Ringtonesx Text

Ringtones32/Ringtonesx Text

Tak , du abonnerer pa RingtonesX for 360 DKK/pr. uge. Til opsigelse,

ringtonesx.com/lxGCC85

The text translated to English:

Thank you for subscribing to RingtonesX for $ 50

The website, ringtonesx.com, goes to ringtones32.com, which finally goes to ringtonesx.store.

Ringtones32 Website Located ringtonesx.store

Ringtones32 Website Located ringtonesx.store

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  • August 8, 2021 at 1:00 PM by an anonymous user from: Grøfthøj, Tranbjerg J, Central Denmark Region, Denmark

    My youngest daughter has received the message also.

    The first time she entered the link in the message, it was written that she was subscribed.

    Than she opened the same link again, and she could read that she was not subscribed.

    My daughter is 15, so she didn't thik that it could be a spam.

    So far no demmage.

  • August 7, 2021 at 9:04 AM by an anonymous user from: Copenhagen, Capital, Denmark

    Hi, I have received the text.

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