US RESOURCES

If you've received unwanted messages in the United States, here are some resources that might help.

SpamResponse

REPORT UNSOLICITED MESSAGING

If you receive a spam text message on your mobile device or a robocall or spam call, you can report it to SpamResponse. Chances are, other consumers have received the same spam message or call.

 

Reporting unsolicited messaging enables SpamResponse to take action against scammers and other threat actors that are employing legitimate messaging channels—such as SMS, MMS, OTT, email, or voice calls—to deceive consumers. SpamResponse investigates every spam report we receive and, when threats are identified, we neutralize the threat, protecting consumers from exposure to additional harm, including malicious messaging, scams, and other digital threats.

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Carrier Anti-Spam Options

ALTERNATIVE REPORTING CHANNELS BY CARRIER

If you receive phone calls from unknown callers, spam texts, or other unwanted mobile messages, your carrier might be able to help. Most major carriers offer programs and resources to help you reduce the amount of spam you receive. Visit your carrier below to explore your options.

Fraud.org

REPORT FRAUD

You can file a complaint with Fraud.org if you receive spam mail that you believe promotes a scam or contains fraudulent content. Fraud.org is an anti-fraud project run by the National Consumer League and endorsed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

Federal Trade Commission 

REPORT DECEPTIVE COMMUNICATIONS

You can report unwanted or deceptive communications to the FTC either by sending them an email at spam@uce.gov or by filing a complaint.

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