Complaint / review text:
"Dear homeowner, if you are struggling to make your mortgage payment or have a recent hardship, a modification can help. Would you like to learn more about this?"
It was after the second text message that I did 3 things to stop the text messages. 1) I asked to not receive any more text messages by replying to the text message. 2) I called the number that was sending the text messages, but it would not accept phone calls. 3) I called my cell phone provider and asked to block the numbers that I received the text messages on.
The next day, I received another text message from another phone number with the exact text message that is shown above in quotes. I decided if they were going to be elusive, I would have the only option to say yes to the text messages. This way I would be able to complain directly to someone and ask to be removed from the text spamming list.
I eventually received another text that someone was going to call me. Shortly after that, I received the phone call from Casey who said he works for United Law Group. (The caller ID showed the phone number.) I told Casey I was not interested in what he was selling. I only needed to be removed from the texting list.
He was immediately defensive, complaining why I would answer a text if I didn't want anything. I told him that it was apparently very difficult to get removed from the texting list, since the phone numbers were constantly being switched. I asked him how I could get removed. He said you can't. He then hung up on me.
I called him back on the United Law Group phone number and transferred to Casey. He answered, and I asked again how to get off the text message list. He said, "You will have to hold your breath." He then hung up on me again. Now, a new call from Dwight has occurred from the same company with the same results. I just am asking them how to get off their spamming cell text list. Their response is to hung up.