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Hi there guys!

My cell phone keeps receiving masses of spam messages. I've already contacted my service provider and they told me that they can't do anything about it, because they are sent from different phone numbers and they can't simply block it. Maybe there is something you'd recommend?

asked Dec 20 '12 at 05:39

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Hi Jim!

That seems to be a really concerning problem, because recently we've written about cell phone attacks and that's seems that your mobile device is being under attack right now. There are two possible variants how those things go. The first one – you simply have left your phone number at an unreliable site and it has got into spammers hands or somebody is trying to perform an analogue of DdoS attack to permanently block your phone.

You should check if you can make a call when the SMS spam is at the highest rate. If there are lot's of numbers that send you those messages then a simple blacklist blocking won't really work. Jammer-Store Company would recommend you to change a SIM card and the mobile deivce itself and now we will tell you why. You should know that your mobile device sends out some information not only about your phone number, but its IMEI too. That's why changing a SIM card won't help, your new phone number will be know to those evildoers because your IMEI remains the same

We have to mention that they may try to use flash SMS that look like messages from your carrier to steal some data, they are dangerous because they do not drop at your inbox, they appear on the screen and you can accidentally run it and make some damage. So, if it comes to that – you'd probably like to use mobile phone jammers, they will block the GSM frequency and any SMS would reach your cell phone!

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answered Dec 20 '12 at 05:43

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