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  1. You don't seem to understand the way spammers...

    You don't seem to understand the way spammers work.
    You don't need to give your email and phone numbers out to "just anyone." Since it costs them so little to send out millions of emails and...
  2. Makes no sense. So, don't sign up for or opt out...

    Makes no sense. So, don't sign up for or opt out of filtering then.

    Are you going to turn off the spam filtering in your email too so you can see all the messages that are now getting filtered?...
  3. Isn't that like a "short code" that's still...

    Isn't that like a "short code" that's still traceable by the carriers to prevent abuse?
    Customers should at least have the option to filter/block any kind of unverifiable and untraceable anonymous...
  4. In case it was supposed to look like some kind of...

    In case it was supposed to look like some kind of foreign number from a country that uses 6 digit phone numbers.
    Maybe people in Baltimore not counting the digits may think it's a text from someone...
  5. Of course, if spam filtering is misconfigured...

    Of course, if spam filtering is misconfigured there will be lost messages. Doesn't mean you don't do it all.
    Same as spam filtering of email. I'm sure some percentage of legitimate email gets...
  6. Your reply is disingenuous and sarcastic. SPAM...

    Your reply is disingenuous and sarcastic. SPAM texts are not the same as mail sent through USPS.
    No, I do not expect the CS rep to personally fix it themselves, but they can escalate it to a team...
  7. Why do carriers allow text message ages from invalid numbers through to customers?

    I’m not sure that this is an AT&T-specific problem, but when I search for spam texts from area code 410, all the results point to AT&T forums.

    One example:...
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