We often get spam messages that are both annoying and dangerous. Cybercriminals are using targets' mobile phones to break into accounts and steal personal information, in so-called 'smishing' attacks. The criminal sends them malicious text messages typically containing a link or a number to call back to in order to obtain private information though a fake but genuine looking message. When a user clicks on the link or calls the number provided in the SMS message, he falls prey to the scam. The practice has been around for a few years, however new scams are mystery shopping invitations that start with a text, and when the user clicks on the link they are roped into shopping fraud, bank account take-over, and even identity theft.