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27999 is a short code number. Short Codes are generally 5 or 6 digit numbers that can send SMS and MMS messages to mobile phones.
The short code number 27999 is a registered short code.
For more information about the short code 27999, text “HELP” to 27999. Would you like to stop getting texts from the short code 27999? To stop receiving texts, try sending the text “STOP” to the short code 27999. In the United States, it is required that “STOP”, “QUIT”, “CANCEL”, “UNSUBSCRIBE”, or “END” keywords remove users from the campaign sending them messages.
27999 is being used to send text message notifications to their list of different users who have opted-in to their SMS notification program. If you believe you are receiving these messages by accident or you did not give consent for the sender to send you text message alerts, please let us know below. Many websites, mobile apps, and other businesses use their short codes to notify their users of current deals being offered, promotions, coupons, when tables are ready at their restaurants, password changes, and other time sensitive information related to their individual accounts. This is to keep their users informed with up to date information, give their subscribers coupons and deals, and also to verify that the user attempting to make changes to their account is the verified account owner.
Short Code Owner Info Basic Short Code Info
Short Code Number: 27999
Allocation Date: Unknown
Short Code Status: Unknown Short Code Campaign Info
Campaign Name: Unknown
Campaign Type: Subscription
Campaign URL: Unknown
Campaign Status: Active
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Some companies use several different short code numbers which may vary by a few digits.
This number contacts these areas the mostMajor cities: Ashburn, Raleigh, Los Angeles, Monrovia, Beaverton, Newark