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List of all documentented Text Message Programs
Name: ESPN Radio
Description: "The R-ESPN (73776) short code will be used by the ESPN Network Stations to allow their listeners to interact. Listeners can sign up for sports and st
Name: Unlimited Plan Alerts Subscription
Description: "Unlimited Plan quotes, lyrics, and jokes text alerts subscription for $9.99/mo."
Name: Paris Hilton Portal Alerts Subscription
Description: Paris Hilton Portal text alerts subscription. $9.99/mo for 100 credits/mo to use on various text alerts.
Name: eWine Match
Description: Text a food to eWine Match to get a wine match to that food.
Name: Fiserv Mobile Banking
Description: FISERV Mobile Banking text alerts.
Description: Cellfire text message coupons.
Name: Whats Your Style? Fashion Tip Alerts Subscription
Description: Whats Your Style? Fashion Tip text alerts subscription for $9.99/mo.
Name: KCPQ TV Alerts
Description: "KCPQ TV text alerts, voting/polling, txt2win, txt2scrn and trivia."
Name: Capital One Mobile Banking
Description: Capital One Mobile Banking Account Info Text Alerts
Name: Chatterbox (Group Chat)
Description: Users opt in to send and receive chat and alerts
Name: Wishpot Product Price and Ratings
Description: Users can text message a upc/isbn or product keywords to the Wishpot Mobile Service. Wishpot will find the best price and ratings for the product and
Name: JP Morgan Chase Bank Locator
Description: Text to locate the nearest JP Morgan Chase Bank.
Name: HSN Customer Service Alerts
Description: HSN Customer Service text alerts.
Name: Echo Property Alerts
Description: "Text to receive property information including pricing, broker contact info, etc."
Name: Text Advantage Horoscope Alerts Subscription
Description: Text Advantage horoscope text alerts subscription for $9.99/mo.
Name: PayPal Transactions
Description: "PayPal is the global leader in online payments. Cardinal Commerce is adding a service that will enable PayPal users to initiate transactions (e.g. pa
Name: Atlanta Journal-Constitution Polling/Voting and News Alerts
Description: "The Atlanta Journal-Constitution offers polling/voting on various topics and promotions, and allow readers to sign-up to receive breaking news alerts
Name: NYCGO Alerts
Description: "User on website nycvisit.com sees info about NYC landmarks and each has ""Send to Phone"" button. User clicks on button and popup window appears. Use
Name: CashNetUSA Loan Alerts
Description: CashNetUSA Loan text alerts.
Name: Hottest IQ Quiz and Alerts Subscription
Description: Hottest IQ Quiz and text alerts subscription for $6.99/mo.
Sometimes we receives notices from companies, individuals, and their lawyers who claim that false information about them has been posted on this website. These people often threaten to sue Whotextsme.com for defamation and other claims unless the statements they do not like are removed.
If you are about to write us a threatening letter or even consider making a trip to your lawyer because you feel that someone posted false or inaccurate information about you or your company, please read this page.
WHY SUING SMSWATCHDOG.COM IS A BAD IDEA
Suing SMSWatchdog.com and its owners will turn into a waste of your time and money simply because, as an interactive computer service provider, we are not liable for the content posted by the users of the service.
We realize that it might be difficult to understand since the content you do not like appears on our website. But imagine that your computer got a virus from the Internet, so you decide to sue your internet provider because they have allowed the virus to get to your computer via their cable lines. Doesn't sound right, does it? Your internet provider cannot possibly check and guarantee safety of every file you download. They are service providers, and the author of the virus is the one at fault.
SMSWatchdog.com is a service provider just like your internet company. We cannot possibly monitor the accuracy of the huge volume of information that our users may choose to post and are not liable for the content we do not post.
This immunity is granted by the federal law called the Communications Decency Act or "CDA", 47 U.S.C. § 230, which says that "No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider."
Because the content on SMSWatchdog.com is authored by users of the site, we cannot be legally regarded as the "publisher or speaker" of the postings contained here, and hence we are not liable for the statements that others have written even if they contain false or inaccurate information.
Here is a link that will help you understand the law:
That's why it's nearly impossible for SMSWatchdog.com to lose a lawsuit. SMSWatchdog.com is immune from virtually every type of civil liability when it is sued based on information posted by a third party. If your lawyer claims otherwise, s/he is either incompetent or just wants to get some billable hours. Not only will you lose, it will very likely end up being very expensive for you because in addition to the fees you pay to your attorney, SMSWatchdog.com will not stipulate to a dismissal of the case unless the party who filed the suit agrees to pay all our attorney fees.
THIS DOES NOT MEAN THAT THERE IS NOTHING YOU CAN DO
You can write a polite rebuttal to the post. Just click the 'Reply' button at the bottom of the post and explain your side of the story.
Look at it as an opportunity to better understand your clients and improve your business operations. Every business has unhappy customers but only successful one can turn unsatisfied client into a loyal customer.
If you know the statement is false, explain it in your response. If the poster cannot back up their claims, it will only prove that the claims are false and that you CARE.
Sometimes we receive letters demanding that we remove postings because they violate our Terms of Service, which prohibits posting false information. Please understand that we cannot serve as the judge or jury in such disputes, and have no way to determine if the information is true. That has to be determined in court, not by us. We will remove the content once we receive a lawful court order with proper jurisdiction.
If the above solution still does not satisfy you, and you want to pursue the poster who violated your rights, you will need to file a law suit against the author, NOT SMSWatchdog.com. Consult a knowledgeable attorney who can help you better understand the procedure.
Please do not ask us to reveal poster's IP information or any other information we might have about the user. We are committed to protecting our user privacy and require that we are presented with a valid subpoena from a court or governmental entity with proper jurisdiction before any personally identifying information is released.
If a posting contains private information such as a social security number, bank account details, or threats of violence, we will try to remove it. Please use the 'Abuse' button to report abusive postings.