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# 77174 12-Feb-2011 00:05
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I got a strange txt from a +64 number saying that a horse got out and could i help get it back in.
Now I don't have a horse or know anyone with a horse so do you think this is spam? if so why a horse????

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  # 438488 12-Feb-2011 00:45
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Wrong number?



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  # 438492 12-Feb-2011 02:02
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Hmmm..... the message has websms.co.nz at the front...

 
 
 
 


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  # 438499 12-Feb-2011 07:03
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Most likely wrong number or someone being a dick.
websms.co.nz is a free web to txt service




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  # 438514 12-Feb-2011 09:01
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somebody is using websms to text somebody else and input the wrong number.

just ignore it.


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  # 438516 12-Feb-2011 09:10
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That is not SPAM wrong number just ignore it

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  # 438525 12-Feb-2011 09:57
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Lol, yes, one message is spam, it couldn't possibly be a wrong number...the black helicopters are coming!




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