Reporting Text Message Spam

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A lot of our customers ask why people need to opt-in to the Call-Em-All short code 292929 to receive automated text messages. Many don't realize that cell phone carriers require the cell phone owner to initiate mass text message communication to avoid text message spam. We dislike spam as much as you do!

A recent article on CNN.com states that "when you receive a spam text message on your phone, forward that text to the short code 7726 (which spells "SPAM"). You'll then receive an automated message from your wireless carrier, asking you then to enter the phone number from which the spam text was sent."

Have any questions? Feel free to call us at 877-226-3080 or send us an e-mail at info@call-em-all.com.

About Call-Em-All

Call-Em-All's mass texting service, voice broadcasting, and text conversations help organizations deliver important messages quickly and maintain better engagement with contacts.

Since 2005, we've delivered more than 1.2 billion voice calls and text messages for companies in healthcare, education, staffing & human resources, property management, utility, non-profits, and religious groups.

We're different because of our culture. We believe it's our biggest competitive advantage. We're passionate about creating positive experiences for our customers, and ensuring that our platform isn't being used to spam marketing or political messages.

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