I still receive text messages from a short SMS number that asks me to complete a survey or to answer "STOP" to stop receiving these messages. But when I answer "STOP", Android gives me the message:
This may cause charges to your mobile account
I did a Google search for this message and found a specific service that said it only referred to any charge that your provider evaluates to send text messages, so with unlimited text messages there would be no additional charge. But the number that is sending me this message is not the service that the website refers to, and I want to make sure that I do not get charged an additional amount just for choosing not to participate.
Is there a place where I can do a search on the number that is sending me a text message to see if there will be a charge and, if so, how much? I have previously responded to other short codes without ever having received this message, so I assume there must be something in this number that I need to worry about.
I could not find a way to send an SMS / iMessage by code (obj c) for any iOS> 7 using THEOS. the
best The topic that I found about this is this: link. However, it is getting old and it does not work anymore.
1) Is it still possible?
2) If so, how?
3) Are there any restrictions?
4) What right do I need (if I need one)?
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I am using a
MOTO-G6 and it runs on
Android-8.0.0. The default SMS application is Google-Messages.
I am receiving tons of annoying spam SMS from contacts without numbers.
It only shows a name, for example:
VKHLTCHK HPFAMDOC HPYESBNK ... ...
I can block these contacts, but I still get sms from these again and again.
Does anyone have this kind of problem? How do you solve this? I am willing to buy a paid application if it exists.
Please tell me, explains Sms Marketing?
I do not have any knowledge about coding, and I have to create a landing page with the following characteristics:
Is there a plugin that can help me with this?
We send (through an SMS text message) a user a link to our ASP.NET site, such as:
What usually works well. But they had problems and got a server error, which was reported to me as:
Sender: ASP.global_asax EventArgs: System.EventArgs Target Site:
URI request: https://notreallymyurl.com/hub/(1/2)
Exception: the driver for the route & # 39; / hub / (1/2) & # 39; it was not found or not
Do not implement IController.
So it's as if the last two sections of the link we sent to them converted to "(1/2)" in some way. Unfortunately, the characters (, /, and) are filtered by the search engines, and 1 and 2 are very common, so I find it difficult to find others who see this.
The first thing I thought was that, regardless of the device on which they got the link, they divided the SMS text message into two parts, clicked on the link and got that. However, I see a screenshot of SMS text, and it only has about 90 characters, so it seems a bit unlikely. They also said that they wrote it too, but unfortunately it is a remote non-technical client, so I can not interrogate them or examine their devices.
My main question is whether someone recognizes this symptom or knows what caused it. I guess it's a stroke of luck, but I thought maybe someone here could recognize it as something else.
I have this alert in my Play Store. Anyone has a solution.
Alert: this application will be affected by a policy change
This application will be affected by a change in Google Play policy that governs the use of SMS and CALL_LOG permissions. Applications that are not compatible can be removed from Google Play on January 9, 2019.
I removed the SMS and CALL_LOG permissions and updated the application. But I still have the same error. Please help.