What are coded text messages?
A short code is a 5 or 6 digit phone number that is used by organizations to send text messages at scale. People opt into SMS marketing programs by texting a word or phrase known as a “keyword” to a short code. They are specifically meant to be shorter than normal phone numbers to make the opt in process easier.
What is a text from 73529?
When you open an account and provide us a mobile number, you’ll receive an initial welcome text with a link to your personal messaging feed. With this SMS text service, you’ll have direct access to important communications faster. If you wish to stop receiving these messages from us, you may text ‘STOP’ to 73529.
What is a five digit text number?
Users text a corresponding keyword to the short code to subscribe and receive SMS and MMS messages to their mobile phone. 5-Digit SMS short codes are limited to numbers between 20000 and 99999. 6-Digit short code are limited to numbers between 200000 and 999999.
What is Myfeed TD com?
You can view your ‘myfeed.td.com’ message history within your personal feed; the first message will include the communication policies that keep your information safe. If any communication looks suspicious, you can always contact us by visiting your nearest TD Bank location or calling us at 1-888-751-9000.
Why do I get texts from 5 digit numbers?
Text messages from a 5 digit number are known as short code messages and typically come from businesses or services. The best way to unsubscribe from these unwanted messages is to reply any of the following: STOP, END, QUIT, CANCEL or UNSUBSCRIBE.
How do I stop short code texts?
First, the easiest way to stop receiving unwanted short code text messages is to simply reply with the word “STOP” to the short code. This usually works 99% of the time, as it’s required by the Cellular Telephone Industries Association(CTIA).