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Q: In UK we receive 'stop' MO messages where operator is 'WORLDSTOP' and recipient is '---' e.g. on [04/Feb/2010:09:28:31 -0600] from 44770xxx4518. We don't find any info regarding this in your documentation. Please clarify how these messages are originated and do we supposed to treat them in a different way than just simple stopping? What kind of similar special messages we can be sent more?

 

A: Thanks for your request. The network WORLDSTOP being posted to you with a STOP request refers to when a carrier contacts txtNation and asks for the service to be stopped. txtNation then emulates a STOP request for that user to ensure the services are stopped.

If the user has also sent in stop then you would receive two stop request, one from the user sending in, and one from txtNation emulating it.

Thanks for your request. The network WORLDSTOP being posted to you with a STOP request refers to when a carrier contacts txtNation and asks for the service to be stopped. txtNation then emulates a STOP request for that user to ensure the services are stopped.

If the user has also sent in stop then you would receive two stop request, one from the user sending in, and one from txtNation emulating it.

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