“Italian made Ray Bay, Oakley sunglasses :)” reads the Emoji-riddled iMessage sitting in your iPhone’s Messages inbox. “Pick up Your New RayBan Sunglasses Here before they run out!”

If you’re using iMessage on an iPhone or iPad, there’s a pretty decent chance one of these blaring spam messages has flashed on your screen, although I’m sure plenty of frustrated Android users have seen their fair share of SMS spam.

You can block SMS spam on iOS 7 and later by blocking the caller in your phone’s settings.

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