Continued Conversations With AT&T

3 Comments

  1. Jason Said,

    September 22, 2009 @ 12:10 pm

    I keep getting these as well, they are so unbelievably annoying and intrusive. I knew sending “stop” to 4436 was a bad idea, so I’ve left it alone for now and have tried to keep researching on the web how to stop these damn things from ever coming back. All I’ve been able to find is frustration from others experiencing the exact same thing. The only thing I’ve found is that you might (and I emphasize MIGHT) be able to get this to stop by getting AT&T’s customer service to place you on their “DO NOT SOLICIT” list. I was hoping someone else would try it first before I gave it a shot though because it looks like they charge you money for it (what a racket). I will only pay for it if I know it will stop these things from ever showing up again.

  2. Wes Said,

    September 27, 2009 @ 8:48 pm

    The sad thing is that I got a spam comment from a company that was aiming to fix all your problems. That’s right, the problem is so bad that an entire company has been created to help you fight the battle. All for a simple fee, of course.

  3. b Said,

    October 13, 2009 @ 10:00 am

    laughed a lot!

    now the message has been corrected and it actually uses the word “stop,” but who knows, i might also get a tip from #1111301000.