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    Anyone have a contact here?

    They are spamming the absolute fk out of my mobile and I can't block it because it comes from a "Name" instead of a number, and a different name every day.

    Thanks.
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    I'm not being spammed by them, but am getting a cr#p load of spam from casino affiliates, who are also using the "Name" instead of the phone number. Having had a gut full of being spammed like this for literally weeks on end, I did a bit of research on it.

    Turns out the "Name" coverts to an actually phone number. I located an online converter to do that task.
    But that's on my home PC and I'm currently away.

    Some of the numbers seem to originate on the Tel$tra network, while others are off shore.

    However, here's the rub... If your on a iPhone I believe there's an app you can install to block the "Name", no luck for Android though.

    When I get back home, I'll PM you the link Renee

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    Thanks mate.

    I think I've figured out how to block them. It just worries me that I might be blocking other stuff I actually need to receive but I guess it doesn't matter.

    I'm an android user - there is an option in the google messages app to stop receiving service messages and it looks like that has gotten rid of them.

    I'd still be interested to see that online converter though when you have a chance. No rush.
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    I'll be back home in a few hours.
    Will send you the link (fresh in mind), otherwise I forget

    Hope you had a nice Chrissy!

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    Owner of Bitcoin Trio 24 is Joseph Bratcher. He not only owns bitcointrios24.com but also btc-doubler.org. The scam artist opened a one-man company, the "Bitcoin Finance Ltd." for his rip-off activities.

    ===> https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10714202

    The guy was also the owner of bitcoinfinanceltd.com, but this site is no longer available for good reasons. It was also a scam. The creep obviously never paid out!

    The old scam content still can be seen in the archive:

    ===> https://web.archive.org/web/20170612...inanceltd.com/

    He is nothing else but a fraud.
    Opening one website, milking the people, closing, next opening and so on.
    You know, the usual pattern of crooks.

    So no surprise, that this mobile phone attacks exist.

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