Is there a certain someone who you just wish would stop texting you? Annoying ex? Mother-in-law who wants to know when you are going to have a baby? Husband? Daughter wanting money?
The list could go on, but possibly, just maybe with this little reply you are can get that someone to stop texting you for good. Well, at least until they confront you in person..
Here is what you do.
How to Get Someone to Stop Texting You
Copy this text down and use often.
SERVICE ERROR 305: MESSAGE FAILED. FURTHER MESSAGES WILL BE CHARGED TO YOUR ACCOUNT.
Hopefully it will work 🙂 And if it doesn’t work – just send a fake invoice over to whoever is texting you with a nice fat charge for each text sent.
Okay.. so maybe that someone had seen the meme before, blah and the annoying texts continue. Here are some a few other ways you can avoid unwanted texts from those people who just don’t get the message.
How to Block Annoying Texts
If you are wanting to block annoying texts, try these suggestions:
Cell Phone Company
Contact your cell phone company to see if they can filter out the SMS message.
Short Message Service (SMS) is a text messaging service component of phone, web, or mobile communication systems, using standardized communications protocols that allow the exchange of short text messages between fixed line or mobile phone devices.
iPhone App to Block Texts and Calls
If you have an jailbroken iPhone, try out the iBlacklist app.
iBlacklist is the best firewall for iMessages, calls, facetime, SMS and MMS available for the iDevices. Remember this is only available (unfortunately) if you have a jailbroken iPhone. womp womp
Android App to Block Texts and Calls
Okay, so you aren’t an jailbroken iPhone kind-of gal… if you are on Android, check out Anti SMS Spam & Private Box
Anti SMS Spam helps you prevent unwanted message from any sender. Turn it on and stay safe.
? Blacklist keywords
? Block number in blocked list
? Block sender as name, i.e message received from your bank HSBC
? Block unknown senders
? Private Box with Password protected
? Restore to Inbox
? Import number from call log, sms threads and phone book
? Compose/reply private sms
Or if all else fails – just use Google Voice. I always use Google Voice for anyone who isn’t a friend or family.