I want you to want me I need you to need me I'd love you to love me I'm begging you to beg me I'll shine up the old brown shoes Put on a brand-new shirt I'll get home early from work If you say that you love me Didn't I, didn't I, didn't I see you crying?Feelin' all alone without a friend, you know you feel like dying Oh, didn't I, didn't I, didn't I see you crying?
Spam in text messages may try to guide you to shady websites that will install "malware" on your phone to vacuum up all the personal data stored in it.
Or the messages may urge you to dial a phone number where your personal and financial information is solicited.
What's more, cellphone users are three times more likely than computer users to respond to spam.
"Because you always have your cellphone with you, answering it becomes more of an impulse reaction," says Cloudmark security researcher Mary Landesman.
Here's how to protect yourself: • Ignore instructions to text "STOP" or "NO" to prevent future texts.