I visited a restaurant yesterday and when I got home I received two marketing messages on my SP from them. I have no idea how they found my number but am assuming that somehow or other they used their WI-FI to place the message. I considered it impertinence and want to ensure that I can block such messages in future. Is the only way to do it by turning my SP off or turning my WI-FI off. Is capturing my number in that way legal?
Model number is SM-J600FN
Serial number is RF8KA3CDT3R
When I started to investigate my new SP today I discovered that practically every place I had visited over the past few days had sent an unwanted message none of who I had communicated with by Email. If its against the law to telephone people on a cold call surely it’s just as unlawful to invade their SP space. I was told today that I need to go into aircraft mode or switch my WI-FI of when out but why should I have to. I very much resent these intrusions.
I'm not in the habbit of checking small print when I visit a restaurant. In fact I stopped looking at small print when I stopped working in employement law and I fail to see why any obligation such as that should be considered the responsibility of a customer.
I never connected to the WIFI at any of the places that I found details of on my SP and I have no idea how the details appeared on my SP. Could it be connected to my mapping? Why has this connection to you got no Spell check? I have a message saying. "Your post has been changed because invalid HTML was found in the message body. The invalid HTML has been removed. Please review the message and submit the message when you are satisfied." Could you please explain what this means?