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Smartphone users need to be on the lookout for a new scam that charges them for unsolicited text messages advertising video games, glamour videos and pornography.The premium-rate texts cost a staggering £4.50 to receive.
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A report by charity Child Wise in 2013/14 revealed that website Pornhub was among the top five favourite sites named by boys aged 11-16.
Dame Esther Rantzen, the founder of Child Line, said that children as young as 11 had contacted the service with concerns about pornography.
She said: ''Young people are turning to the internet to learn about sex and relationships.
Thousands of users were unaware of the charges when they received the texts, and were unaware how to stop the messages being sent to their phones.
Regulator Phone Pay Plus has received over 7,400 complaints from firms sending unsolicited texts, according to , “Phone Pay Plus’ Code of Practice states consumers must not be contacted or charged for premium rate services without their consent and that providers of services must be able to provide evidence which establishes consent.“When breaches of our rules are found, either through consumers’ information or the work of our research and monitoring team we take action – in 2015/16 we fined 17 companies and since April 2014 have collected over £2million in fines."Where sanctions are not complied with, we have a variety of other powers including banning individuals and companies from operating in the market.
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