Is 32665 a Text Scam? Facebook SMS Notifications

Is 32665 a Text Scam? Facebook SMS Notifications

SMS text message notifications from 32665 is not a scam. If you've set up Facebook texts, you can use 32665 (FBOOK) to get notifications without using mobile data. Keep in mind that standard messaging rates apply. You may need to use a different code from 32655 (FBOOK), depending on your country and carrier.

If you want to stop receiving notifications from 32665, you can send "STOP" in a SMS text message to 32665.

A 32665 Facebook SMS Notification

From: 32665 Text: X is your Facebook password reset code. Reply "stop", or go to https://fb.me/XXX to turn off SMS messages for your Facebook account on this mobile number.

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  • November 29, 2022 at 9:08 PM by an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

    My 2nd account won't let me thru

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