Stop Binbit Amob Scam (binbit.amob.com)

Hi, I tried downloading a program from certain web site. Before it allows me to proceed, I was instructed to fill-up some fields and that includes my mobile number. After submitting requested information, the file I requested was never delivered. In the end, I just realized that the whole process is a scam. It just subscribe me to Binbit Music Club, Entertainment Factory, and Club EFactory.

Now, I keep on receiving messages on my mobile phone. What is very frustrating about this Stop Binbit Amob scam is it deducts certain amount while I was subscribe into it. Here are the messages I keep on receiving daily.

“You can now start enjoying Binbit Music Club! You just received 1 credit. Click on http://bmc.amob.com to browser and get an mp3 tones.”

“You have just earned 1 credit! To redeem you will be receiving a wap link where you can browse and download contents. http://bmc.amob.com.”

“You now have access to Entertainment Factory! Get your 2 games from http://efactory.amob.com. Enjoy it for only P10. To know more, text EF Help to 2474 for free.”

Please tell me how to unsubscribe and stop Binbit, Entertainment Factory, and other scam from charging my mobile phone account.

2 Responses

  1. Dominic says:

    Binbit is a global mobile scam. I don’t know how the perpetrators can get away with this fraud business. So far Binbit is operating in countries like Argentina, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Republica Dominicana, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, Uruguay, and USA

    Anyway, you can use the following code to unsubscribe to Binbit or Amob mobile message scam.
    Since there are specific number codes for each country, you can just reply to Binbit message on your mobile phone with the following message to unsubscribe.

    STOP ALL
    STOP BINBIT
    CANCEL BINBIT
    QUIT BINBIT
    OFF BINBIT
    STOP BIN

    You can always visit binbitcare web site for further instructions but do not be surprise if all of the procedures on that site are useles..

  2. nes says:

    I had the same prolem several month now, I put the 2724 (the number of the BMC) to reject list but it still was able to reach my spambox so, I tried STOP ALL and I hope it will finally work now.