If you get another message like this, don’t click on the links in the text message.
Links can take you to spoof sites that look real but will steal your personal information. Copy the original message and forward it to 7726 (SPAM) free of charge, if you are an AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, or Sprint subscriber. I just got one that had suggested something sexual and it said to leave them a message to a site that I know is a download link.
You have to click on a link in the email from the Do Not Call registry to complete the registration.
If you don't click on the link in the email, you won't be registered.
If you get repeated calls from the same number, you could ask your phone provider if it charges for a service that blocks calls from a particular number. it was to buy or join anything but lots more personal. We may routinely use these records as described in the FTC’s Privacy Act system notices.
STIs Other Conditions If you think you might have an STI, it's important to see a doctor about it - even if you haven't noticed any symptoms.
Leaving STIs untreated can potentially lead to serious medical problems affecting both you and your sexual partner(s), which could be more difficult to deal with.
I'm afraid I may have just fallen victim to a phishing scam of some sort.
if anyone has had the same problem please advise on what you did.