All a spammer has to do is buy those emails or cell phone numbers, and then blanket message them all the same thing. I strongly suggest focusing on a solution to this issue, instead of thinking about what your boyfriend did in the past.In this case, that might include getting the number blocked, having a quick discussion with your partner to let him know what's happened (and showing him this blog post), and finding the positives in the situation - such as you finding the text before the kids did. I get spam of all kinds on my phone, even when I'm not signing up for random dating sites to review them."Can a person get messages from one of these mobile dating things if someone doesn't sign up/or leave that particular cell number?I had one from which transfers into a sex website (porn pics, etc.) and I never have been on one of these in my life! I am afraid my boyfriend is lying to me." My first reaction was to ask the reader for more information to clarify her situation.
), update your browser, report dubious emails, that kind of thing.
A marketing email you get from a reputable company - like a retailer - isn't spam.
3: Create an alternative email address for signing up to websites and services.
4: Regularly change your password and use security software.
Therefore, to answer: what you've received is most likely spam.