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Constant spam texts after joining AARP

Starting a week after joining AARP I've been getting at least 6 texts a day about erectile dysfunction and **bleep** enlargement.  These are not problems I have and have never done any kind of search for such products.  I've joined no other mailing lists, sites, groups, or organizations within months prior or since and can think of no other correlation that would've put me on such a list.  Only AARP.  Who did you sell my number to and how will you make this stop?

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@CorneliusB866859 Thank you for joining AARP! We do not sell your personal information. We encourage you to review the Privacy Policy itself to answer any questions you may have about how we handle your personal info. Those texts sound like spam. We recommend that you don't respond and you may also want to block the sender of those messages. I invite you to check out our helpful article that discusses ways to stay safe from suspicious texts: https://www.aarp.org/money/scams-fraud/info-2021/texts-smartphone.html 

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