Question: What happens when you report a phone number as spam?

How does a phone number get marked as spam?

How Do Numbers Get Flagged? Your outbound phone number can receive flags in one of two ways. Either by the consumer manually blocking your number through a call blocking app, or by the carriers if you are making too many outbound calls.

What happens when you block a number as spam?

Simply put, when you block a number on your Android phone, the caller can no longer contact you. However, the blocked caller would only hear your phone rings once before being diverted to voicemail. Regarding text messages, the blocked callers text messages wont go through.

What happens when you mark a text as spam?

Report spam or junk in the Messages app Messages will forward the senders information and the message to Apple, as well as delete the message from your device. You cant undo deleting a message. Reporting junk doesnt block the sender from being able to send another message.

What do people hear when you block their number?

If you call a phone and hear the normal number of rings before getting sent to voicemail, then its a normal call. If youre blocked, you would only hear a single ring before being diverted to voicemail. If the one-ring and straight-to-voicemail pattern persists, then it may be a case of a blocked number.

How do I report text spam?

Report it on the messaging app you use. Look for the option to report junk or spam. Copy the message and forward it to 7726 (SPAM). Report it to the Federal Trade Commission at

How do I remove a number from potential spam?

You can register your numbers on the national Do Not Call list at no cost by calling 1-888-382-1222 (voice) or 1-866-290-4236 (TTY). You must call from the phone number you wish to register. You can also register at add your personal wireless phone number to the national Do-Not-Call list

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