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Premium Rate Number Scams
Everyone has probably fallen victim to premium rate number scams at one time or another. The scammers are arguing that the economic times are very harsh and they therefore have to adopt dubious ways to get money from the unsuspecting members of public. A premium rate number is supposed to help a business make more money through increased sales and are also used by media houses to encourage their audiences to participate in their contests.
But they have now been abused by people who are using them for the wrong reasons. There are several requirements that are supposed to be observed by premium rate numbers. First and foremost, the owner of the premium number is supposed to run several commercials about his number and also include the rates that will be billed to people who will call that number. When this requirement is violated it ends up being premium rate number scams because the owners are getting money from callers without prior warning.
In most premium rate number scams, the victim usually gets a text message that requests them to log into a website to view some images. In real sense there is no image to be viewed because the text message only contains a url that is interlinked to your mobile number.
In other words they trick you into signing up for their service and what makes it even worse is that its very difficult for you to exit from receiving their services. For more details, get in touch with Premium Telco by entering your details in the form that is on the sidebar of this website. You can always avoid falling into premium rate number scams by deleting such text messages immediately you receive them.