01202402014 : Fake Telephone Preference Service. Need to pay them to protect one from nuisance calls.
Registering with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) to block nuisance telemarketing calls does not require any payment. It’s a free public service. Scammers, posing as the TPS, are known to be calling consumers asking for their debit or credit card details to continue or commence a service to block nuisance calls. Report the calls to Action Fraud at: www. actionfraud.police.uk/report_fraud
It’s illegal to send unsolicited commercial email messages to wireless devices. The messages may promise free gifts or cheap services. Scam artists posing as Govt agencies could send messages threatening action unless money is paid. Spam texts can contain phishing links designed to steal personal info or may infect user's phone.2017-11-19 00:55:13
According to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, citizens lose millions of dollars, each year, by responding fraudulent text messages. Scammers use deceptive text messages to lure consumers into providing personal or financial information2017-11-18 22:40:22
Report spam SMS to ACMA by forwarding to 0429 999 888. If you have a grievance about a specific SMS message, submit a complaint to the ACMA or contact the ACMA on 1300 855 180.2017-11-18 22:27:50
Organizations must only send marketing text messages to individuals, if they have agreed to receive them, except where there is a clearly defined customer relationship. Forward spam SMS messages to 7726 for the network operator to act.2017-11-18 22:03:32