People can be disturbed by:
  • High volume of spam or spam calls
  • Harassing or threatening messages
  • Unwanted marketing or promotional messages
  • Inappropriate or offensive messages
  • Stress or anxiety from constant notifications and disruptions

 

Here’s a detailed guide to help you stay safe from unlimited messages.

1. Use Built-in Blocking Features on Your Device:

For SMS Messages:

  • iOS (iPhone):
    1. Open thebombitup Messages app and find the message from the sender you want to block. You can download bombitup for ios from here for block caller .
    2. Tap the contact at the top of the message, then tap the info button (i).
    3. Scroll down and tap “Block this Caller.”
  • Android:
    1. Open the Messages app and find the message from the sender you want to block.
    2. Tap and hold the message, then tap the three-dot menu icon.
    3. Select “Block” or “Block number.”

For Emails:

  • Gmail:
    1. Open the email from the sender you want to block.
    2. Click the three-dot menu in the upper-right corner of the email.
    3. Select “Block [sender].”
  • Outlook:
    1. Open the email from the sender you want to block.
    2. Click the three-dot menu in the upper-right corner of the email.
    3. Select “Block [sender].”

2. Use Third-Party Apps and Services:

For SMS Messages:

  • Truecaller: This app can identify and block spam messages and calls.
  • Hiya: Another app that can help block spam calls and messages.
  • SMS Blocker: Specific apps designed to block SMS spam are available on app stores.

For Emails:

  • Spam Filters: Use the spam filtering features of your email service provider to filter out unwanted emails.
  • Unsubscribe Tools: Use tools like Unroll.me to manage and unsubscribe from unwanted email lists.

3. Report Spam:

For SMS Messages:

  • Report to Your Carrier: Many carriers have specific numbers where you can forward spam messages (e.g., 7726 or “SPAM”).
  • Carrier-Specific Blocking Services: Check if your carrier offers a spam blocking service.

For Emails:

  • Mark as Spam: Marking emails as spam in your email client helps improve its filtering algorithms.
  • Report Abuse: If the emails are abusive or violate terms of service, report them to the email provider.

4. Change Your Contact Information:

  • Change Your Phone Number: As a last resort, changing your phone number can stop spam messages.
  • Use Disposable Email Addresses: For online sign-ups and less important communications, use disposable or secondary email addresses.

5. Enable Do Not Disturb (DND) Features:

  • iOS and Android: Use the Do Not Disturb feature to silence notifications from unknown or unwanted contacts during certain times of the day.