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But if you’ve received a message that looks similar to those above in the last couple of weeks, let us know in the comments.Also let us know if you discover any fixes in the mean time.How likely is it to pop up again, now or in the future?I went to the popular image search engine, Tin Eye, which lets you upload an image, which it claims to compare with billions of others, and returns results of where else it can be found.Remember, every one of us has a phone too, and this issue affects our internal e-mail system.T-Mobile is well aware of it, and is working on both customer facing statements and a fix.If I see any statements, I’ll post right away.” If you do receive the messages, they normally come from a 4-digit shortcode beginning with 9***.But since the number changes every time, it’s almost useless just blocking the one specific number.
I went back to Whip 'Em Out, still functioning, and searched for one particular image of a woman we'll call Toots. Apparently Whip 'Em deletes their older material, for whatever reason, and a ten-year-old picture will no longer show up.
Most spam messages seem to be a miscommunication between T-Mobile’s SMS/Email gateway.
From the sounds of things, there appears to be an issue with
It has come to our attention recently that some T-Mobile customers have been receiving spam text messages to their phones.
The problem seemed to rear its ugly head towards the end of last month, and over the past couple of weeks.There are several entries on T-Mobile support pages explaining the issue, with multiple commenters suffering.