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User Topic: texting question
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Default  Posted: 3:57 PM, June 16th (Sunday)

There are several sent texts to some 14 digit numbers on my husbands records from yesterday. The first12 digits are all the same (start with 11... Don't think it's a regular phone number with added numbers). The last two digits in the texts are different. They are only sent to this numbers, no received from any of them.

I am not a texter. What could these be?? Paying bills or something?

I texted one if the numbers and got no reply. Thanks.

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Member # 35971
Default  Posted: 4:08 PM, June 16th (Sunday)

Is he texting an international number? They are usually 011 + country code + area code+phone number.

Can't figure out why the last 2 digits would change unless he can't remember the phone number and is testing different ones.

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WH - 50s
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Default  Posted: 4:23 PM, June 16th (Sunday)


I don't know... If it was a bank routing number why would he be texting it? Can you pay bills that way? I honestly have no clue about texting so I don't know.

[This message edited by pw37 at 5:09 PM, June 16th (Sunday)]

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Default  Posted: 5:03 PM, June 16th (Sunday)

Do you think it's bank routing #?

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Posts: 1140 | Registered: Apr 2012 | From: La La Land
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Default  Posted: 5:47 PM, June 16th (Sunday)

bank routing numbers are 9 digits long, those may or may not be followed by an account number.

Try googling the first 10 numbers (area code + 7 digit phone number) that might lead ya somewhere....

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