on 09-05-2013 21:19
PhonePayPlus are the regulatory body for these type of premium services. Follow the advice on the website
on 10-05-2013 07:26
Just googled it for you looks like its some sort of lottery scam and the way to stop it is to send STOP to the number I would also ring o2 and ask them for a refund
O2 will not refund the only way to get a refund is to follow the advice in Jonsie's post
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on 05-09-2013 16:50
05-09-2013 16:57 - edited 05-09-2013 17:04
I had the same problem with 88222 and through a bit of detective work found the companys free phone number, you simply tell them your mobile number and they tell you the number thats been txting you and cancel it for you. The number to phone (free) is 0149 4750500.
These texts need to be reported to Phone Pay Plus as they can get you a refund and prosecute them.
Ringing them is like calling a burglar to tell him which day you're out!
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