- Mobile association WASPA has launched a new tool to track down some senders of unwanted SMSes.
- All you need is an internet connection and the number you received it from.
- Only the details of registered companies will be provided, though.
- The feature is in addition to an existing Do Not Contact service designed to stop spam from formal operators.
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The Wireless Application Service Providers’ Association (WASPA) has launched a new feature to identify the owner of a short code, long code or USSD code – and so track down the sender of unsolicited commercial messages.
The new Codes Projects serves as an extension of the regulator’s Do Not Contact (DNC) initiative, where you can register your details to stop legitimate
Article source: https://www.businessinsider.co.za/fake-message-alert-2021-6