TextMarks provides text messaging services under multiple short code phone numbers (e.g. 41411). For help on any of these short codes, select a link below that best fits your needs:
Some US transit agencies allow riders to send a text to 41411 in order to receive next arrival information and/or service alerts. Visit How to Text 41411 for Transit Next Arrival for instructions.
You don’t need a TextMarks account to subscribe to receive messages from an organization using the TextMarks platform; you just need your phone!
To subscribe or interact with a textin program, text the organization’s keyword (and any additional information requested such as a bus stop number) to the short phone number listed (e.g. 41411). Often, the organization has provided their keyword and short code phone number online or on printed material.
No problem. To stop receiving all messages, simply text the word STOP to the phone number you are receiving messages from (e.g. 41411).
If you are subscribed to multiple keywords and wish to unsubscribe from only one, text UNSUB followed by a space, then the keyword, to the phone number you are receiving messages from.
For example, text to 41411:
If you experience difficulty unsubscribing yourself, we can do it for it you. Just call us at (800) 696-1393 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to specify the phone number you want unsubscribed.
Questions? Concerns? Need configuration or call to action advice from a text messaging expert? No problem, we’ve got you covered. Call us 800-696-1393 or email us at email@example.com and one of friendly Textperts will be happy to help.
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