si vous recever de appel de ce numero 1-877-707-0511
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Did you ever file suit against Mobile Media? I received several unwanted texts from them, and ignored them (believing that they have no right to charge me for texts that I never wanted, signed up for, agreed to pay for, knew about, or received. However, they did bill me for several months worth of these unwanted texts, and I didn't discover it until recently. I texted "STOP" back, complained to the Canadian company that Mobile Media hired to field their complaint calls, and was promised a refund that I have not received, and likely never will.
I am itching to be included in a class action against these con-artists!
They charged me 10$/month without my consent.
I need help! i would like to do the same. what info do you have?
I also seem to have inadvertently signed up for this stupid rip-off. I tried calling them on numerous occasions but never reached anyone. Just got a recording saying I would be connected and then was suddenly DIS-connected. I didn't want to text them because I don't have free out-going texting, but after a couple weeks, I gave in and sent the text "Stop" 2 or 3 times without success. I went on their website and could find no way to cancel the subscription, so I sent them an email through their contact link. I don't think that worked either. Finally I sent the text STOP (all caps) and it apparently worked. I'm not sure how many dollars in charges I racked up through this scam, but fortunately it's only been happpening about 2 months. Today I also filed an FCC complaint. I hope Mobile Coupon Deal gets shut down for good!!
I had this happen to me this morning. I got a text message with the subscription for some service and being billed $9.99/month and asking me to reply STOP to cancel. i did reply STOP and called T-mobile to cancel the subscription. T-mobile did cancel the subscription. I then noticed that I was already billed. Hence called back again and got the charge reverted. I was told the charge would be creadited in my next billing cycle. Need to sue these scammers and wish companies like T-mobile not to entertain these scammers.
Call AT&T and they take it right off and refund.
My concern is these companies still get the money and at&t eats the cost.
Can someone sue these guys?
These scams are everywhere and you can get caught easily! Today I had a pop-up message on GMail, inviting me to take part in a survey, promising things like an iPhone etc. I was wise enough not to go too far as it started to seem suspicious, but I entered my phone # once or twice. Now I've received two strange messages from 83574 and 23532 (containing a reference to this 8777071775 number) saying something about 9.99$/month, and I suspected scam at once. I contacted my cell phone provider (TMobile), they said that there have been no third-party charges yet, but if something happens, they'll be able to cancel them and unsubscribe me. I hope this is true. It's a shame that these scammers somehow use such trusted sites as GMail to attract their victims. I will complaint to the admins of this site about this.
Good news for AT&T subscribers (been waiting for some, huh?). I just got off the phone with AT&T cust svc & they will reverse the charges esp since it was the first time they appeared (Sidenote: ALWAYS REVIEW YOUR BILLS!) Anyway, and this was key, they have a free service that will automatically send a password-protected email to me anytime a "3rd party subscription request" comes their way. Not sure if this delays any legitimate services requested but, I never use those anyway. Secondly, I called 866-861-1606 which is the "UNSUBSCRIBE" # (for Mobile Media Products) & spoke to someone in a call center far far away (if you know what I mean). He (nice guy btw) pledged to have me unsubscribed within 48 hours. Best case, it happens. Worst case, I get a nice little email from AT&T asking for my password to verify the charge next time. And for those of you not having so much luck with their carrier offering a refund, the guy told me I could either fax (888-224-3356) or email (SUPPORT@IHELPMOBILE.COM) a "copy" of my bill(s) and they would mail a check within 10 business days. I told him there was no way I was sending my ENTIRE bill & he said just send the page with the charges as long as it had the phone # on it. It occurred to me to ask how they would know where to mail this check and he said they can pull it up using the #. Hmmm interesting... Hope this helps!
Mobile Media Solutions. I have hired an attorney to sue them. You can get up to $10,000 for having them spam you. Their company is run by a con man
Getting repeat text from this source called BidnWin and can't get them to stop!
Yes , they are located in Phoenix Az. Mailing address is 3317 e. Bell Rd Unit#101-136 Zip 85032 .It;s a ups Store , I googled it . i wish everyone would contact the attorny general for Arizona and complain about them . I'm going to do it and we owuld have a better chance at having them shut down if they get bombarded with calls . I've been charged for 15 months and my phone never texted them once . I have proof and hope you can find proof as well . Good luck.
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I never even participated in any kind of survey. I was online trying to apply for a government program! When I was asked for my # I never even realized they had snuck in their webpage. Luckily the red flags went off and I didn't proceed further online, but the texts kept coming even after I texted STOP. I called AT&T immediately and they said nothing had been charged yet and would put a block to prevent any such charges. How do these people sleep at night?
This is a number related to consolelegends.com and popularproducts.com that basically scams people like this:
You go online to a website. Suddenly a pop-up ad appears. The pop-up asks you to participate in a short 30 second survey to receive a prize. You agree and answer a few random questions. Next you are asked which prize you would like to receive (e.g., iphone, ipad, laptop, etc.). Once you select your prize you are asked to enter your email address and cell phone number and told that you will be receiving a text message in the next few minutes that will give you a pin number. You get the text message and enter the pin number in the box online and...
Voila! You're the proud new member of some bull$h*t text message subscription service that sends you messages like this:
"Canceling her US tour, will Adele return to the stage by 12/15? Text 'aalw1' for Yes, 'aalw2' for No."
And this extremely important and informative bit of info only costs you $9.99 per month that will be added to your cell phone bill. It could possibly cost you even more if you received more than one pin number on your cell phone that you entered online. Each pin number entered online is another one of these subscriptions that you will be charged for through your cell phone carrier.
I'm 29 years old and know better than to participate in this kind of garbage, but just wanted to see how long it took for me to be asked to enter some really personal info. Like an idiot, I figured it was no big deal to give an old email address I don't use anymore and my real cell phone number. I have an iphone, so when I got the text message with the pin number I just looked at the abbreviated message that pops up when your keys are locked. If I would have seen the rest of the message that mentions monthly charges, I never would have continued.
If you've already unknowingly accepted a subscription to this service, call your cell phone carrier and ask them to block any charges from the company and any charges from similar companies. Most cell phone carriers will refund your money. If you call really soon, they may be able to block charges before the first one ever hits your account. I wouldn't call the number in the text message to cancel your subscription, because I've read from other users on 800notes that they will ask you to fax your cell phone bill to them so they can verify your account was actually charged (which seems like a horrible idea given their deceptive tactics that got you here in the first place).
And in the future, just remember...nothing is free!
I called AT&T and spoke to a Customer Service Rep. She said that many people use these companies so they were unable to completely block or remove them. She did put a block on all my phones and now if we want to make any kind of purchases we need to use a pin to override this block. Works for me ! I don't know how these people sleep at night knowing what they are doing is deceptive at best ? Sad.
Thanks for all the helpful information here. I too got an offer to take a short survey that I knew I shouldn't but it appeared to be associated with the foxnews.com website. It wasn't. Send a pin to my cell phone and then the texts started. Entered STOP more than once and woke up today and had another "offer". Called the 877-707-5388 number and spoke to a very argumentative woman named Keesha. She felt she had to debate me when I called what they are doing "deceptive". Asked that I be removed from all lists and she said she would do it. I went to the FCC website and filed a complaint about this company and would encourage anyone else who has a similar experience to do the same. Thanks again.
Someone please make them stop!!! It cost me money to unsubscribe. I don't understand how they can get away with this kind of foolishness. I don't want these calls and I'm not interested in anything you're trying to sell!
I am sick and tired of you people taken my f..king money iI already told you to STOP but you just dont get the message i guess if you dont STOP I am going to SUE YOU dont take anymore of my money THANK YOU and have a nice day.
PLEASE STOP TEXTING ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This number is a scam!
Your information rocked! Very detailed and thorough. Really helped me out. Thanks so much!
Message read: From: 562-55 Official Mobile Quiz Club quizzes 2 ur cell increases your IQ smart-quiz.com STOP 2quit monthly renwl HELP 4 help 8777071775$9.99 Aug29,11:57 am. I have a prepaid Verizon phone and they took approximately 10-12 minutes off my phone and I think they did it for 2 or 3 months.I called 8777071775 and they said they were closed. So I researched online and found them online at smart-quiz.com and called a number there 8004166129 and youg lady said she could unsubscribe me and wanted some sort of pin #,I refused to give her any more info. Called another number on same website and got the same young lady and she said again that she couldnt refund my minutes and to call 8777071775. I hung up. Help me!
We got billed for two text messages at $9.99 each from Mind Quiz. We didn't know what this was about. In talking to our son, he said the messages have been coming on his phone and he didn't know what they were, so he just deleted them and said nothing. He didn't know we were being charged for them. Thank you for the information that may help us to get the messages cancelled.
Spam caller 4 times in 1 day.
I keep receiving text messages from 877-707-1775 and it won't stop. I do not want to call the number because they state in the text that a 9.99/month charge may apply. I did text STOP in a text as the message suggests to have the text stopped, but it did not work.
Does anyone now if there is a class Action against Mobile Media Solutions ?
Ticked off at these scammers
Please let me know if you are filing a class action--I'm in.
DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER, it WILL CHARGE YOU. Just text the word stop back to the short code, and it will remove your number from their list. This is a scam. If you are in doubt, do not call that number, but call your wireless provider instead. SCAM SCAM SCAM ALERT!!!
I have sent a stop 3 times and they quit for awhile then start back up again. Then I get my bill and there is a charge for it. Stop it now.