The Wireless Application Service Providers’ Association of South Africa (WASPA) has launched an online platform that lets you type in the number an automated SMS message originated from and find out who sent it.
Called the Codes Project, the platform is intended to help consumers identify the sender of unwanted SMS messages.
WASPA managing executive Ilonka Badenhorst said that unsolicited direct marketing messages may create frustration for the recipient, especially if they are unable to identify the originator of the message.
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The Wireless Application Service Providers’ Association of South Africa has launched an online platform that lets you find out who sent an automated SMS message.