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Find out who is texting you and why: Scammers, Mobile Marketers, and many other companies often send texts pretending to be a company they're not. Lookup the number you received a text from to see what others have experienced.
Report scam and spam texts: You have to opt in for companies to legally include you in their text message campaigns. Make it known if a company is disturbing you and not following regulation. Reporting the number is the best way to make it publicly aware and help others avoid being scammed themselves.
Report texting fraud: Did someone try to scam you? Reporting the number is the fastest way to make public aware, and prevent others from falling victim to the scam. This way, anyone can reverse phone lookup the number and be able to make educated decisions moving forward.
Verify the number texting you: Read other feedback about the phone number owner and help answer "whose number is this".
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