Business,  Internet & Technology

How to Bypass Phone Verification

SMS Verification is the an process which allows websites to verify their users. Many Internet sites, such as banks, social networks and retail stores, (and in increasing numbers mortar based businesses) need to verify the identity of an individual. The website can ask the individual to use a cellphone to provide additional proof of his identity, by sending an SMS verification message to his cellphone. Many verification systems will also call and repeat a passkey which must then be entered into the webform, some newly developed systems may also ask provide the user a passkey which must then be typed in during the phone call. SMS verification is a two factor system using both a person’s cell phone and computer. Because many services and businesses are now requiring a mandatory phone number, it will generate problems for those unable to acqiure or unwilling to surrender such personal information.

However, the introduction of the Temporary Phone Number services, one can easily bypass all the newest forms of SMS verification. Best of all, all customers are able to receive methods on acquiring phone numbers both inside and outside their country of residence, including but not limited to U.S, Canada, India , United Kingdom and many others.

Back in 2003, when the Internet was quite young compared to today, Websites such as Google and Facebook allowed their user’s to connect and share information, quickly and freely, and all was well. But as time passed, the placid manner of Internet began to shift and change, websites first wanted email addresses, then mass-logging IP and web-browser information, till now… WEBSITES want our phone numbers, like the drunken frat oaf who you politley denied several times, they are persitently aggressive in collecting this personal piece of information.

You probably have seen this happen already, Facebook advertisments that target you after you update your status, Google TextAds showing you products for whatever you just Googled for, Youtube videos that are suggesting to you videos of recently viewed advertisements. Why give them your phone number to boot?

Our position on this is simple, We do not like it and We want it to stop; Privacy is not a crime, yet it seems that our given rights to maintain privacy are being shredded away from us left and right, day-by-day. What does it take to maintain our rights to privacy, and how far will we go giving up our rights? Sometimes simple reminders such as this can help keep our socitey from sliding down. Keep your privacy, keep your data and keep SMS Verification. Receivetxt.com will get you a Temporary Free Phone Number to keep you privacy.

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