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If you’re with AT&T, here’s how to spot the scam charges.
In this example, we are finding a scam charge on our AT&T wireless bill (this tactic has been termed cramming).
This particular example came from the SMS Short Code 707-65.
An SMS Short Code is an abbreviated number, or alias, used for SMS (text) messages.
Have you ever gotten a text message that is obvious spam, and it’s asking you to reply STOP to cancel, but you’re hesitant to do so knowing that you may confirm your identity to the spammer?
We’ll show you how not only to stop text message scam from coming through, but how to prevent your wireless account from being charged a monthly fee, how to report these numbers to your phone provider, and how to be reimbursed for the text charges themselves.
The sender may be listed as a full phone number, or as an SMS Short Code.Login to your AT&T wireless account, and click on your most recent bill.Under the Bill Summary, browse down to each phone number, and click on the “ ” icon next to “Monthly Charges.” This will expand your monthly charges and show you the details you need to see in order to spot the fraudulent subscriptions, as illustrated below: Here you can see the line item AT&T Monthly Subscriptions towards the bottom.The majority of the expressions you see above are not acronyms, but rather shorthand used while text messaging or IMing.There are several terms to describe different kinds of jargon including anacronym, backronym, weather acronyms, city acronyms, leetspeak and textonyms.