There had been several complaints about the people sending out messages to random people. Most of the time they are giving instructions to the people on what they needed to do. But this thing is not real. The instructions that is being given out is a shortcut on how you could possibly send load to their number. 

But this scammer messed with the wrong person. After receiving the SPAM (Spontaneous Annoying Messages), this developer knew that he needed to teach the person behind this a lesson so that he would not do this again. 

Using his own software, the developer sent 3000 messages to the Spammer. 

He posted this on Facebook along with a caption of, "Don't ever spam a developer with an armed SMS gateway hahahaha, 3000 incoming SMS to spammer. Have a great Friday POS."
Source: SocialTrendsPH

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