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I reported the message and it's content to AT&T via 7726. You don't answer their phone calls so they send text messages with your personal information? If you register with the FTC for the legitimate Do Not Call registry, you need to give your email.

Within 72 hours after you register the number, you will get an email that confirms your registration.

I'm afraid I may have just fallen victim to a phishing scam of some sort.

if anyone has had the same problem please advise on what you did.

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.

Strangely enough, I didn't receive any of these until I put my number on the "do not call" site. I also started receiving texts with my full name and address after enrolling on the Do Not Call list. It's not the Do Not Text list, so maybe that's a loophole?

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.

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