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Getting lots of SMS spam that contains nothing but an HTTP URL (usually servers in Asia) for phishing sites.
The "from" is a non-number which seems to be confusing the automated 7726 processing like "Chase.Online@chase.com".
I am also getting these phishing SMS texts. The text messages come from: email@example.com and there is no telephone number.
The characters making up the addresses of the clickable web sites in the text messages form long gibberish text strings.
Is there anything that that can be done to block them? Who would we report them to?
The last two text messages include this domain in the web URL: tethamn.co.zw
Some other messages in this forum reminded me that these SMS messages may be coming through ATT's email-to-SMS gateway.
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