Been having this problem for a while and I feel like I've tried everything on my end-- my phone just won't receive verification codes from a number of websites I have accounts with, and I've checked my content blocking settings (which are off) numerous times.
Most cases when it's a verification code send to your phone, it's filtered as spam. If someone hacked your VText, then they can just send everything to the phone to reset all your passwords for other accounts.
I don't understand how Verizon Customer Service is gonna sit there and ask questions.
Please note that no information registered to LINE, such as phone numbers, email addresses, and passwords, have been compromised. As they may change the content of their messages at any time, you should also suspect if your friend’s account has been stolen in the following cases:.
If you suspect that your friend’s account may have been stolen, please contact them outside of LINE (in person, by text, by phone, or on a social network) to let them know.
When you make changes to your contact settings, we send you a verification code or email to keep your account secure. If you want to update your contact number(s) or payout settings, we’ll send you a 6-digit code to verify those changes. To make sure you can receive the code by text, go to Notification settings and check they are switched to ON.
When you receive this notification, it means that someone has entered your phone number and requested the registration code. If someone is trying to take over your account, they need the SMS verification code sent to your phone number to do so.
You’ve recently updated to the new iPhone 12 or 12 Pro and aren’t receiving short code SMS texts on your new device? Short Code messages are very popular with apps that use additional verification for increased account security.
To put it simple, no Short Codes implies no access to important platforms like banking accounts and similar apps. One obvious reason for SMS messages not to be delivered on your device is the lack of cellular coverage. A connection with the nearest cellular tower will be forced and any pending Short Code SMS messages will be delivered!
Tip: Make sure that you have your iPhone 12 packaging nearby, as you might need to provide your device’s Serial Number and other identification details. However, as reported by Dez, sometimes you need several restarts and Airplane Mode ON/OFF toggling before all short messages are properly received!
In other cases a fix might not be that simple, and you’ll need to pay a visit to the nearest store of your carrier and ask for your SIM card to be replaced. He got a confirmation from the staff that he wasn’t the single one returning a brand new SIM, in the past couple of days.
Fix: Browse for Settings -> Privacy -> Location Services (Enable) -> Messages and select ‘While Using the App’. If Short Code SMS don’t deliver to your iPhone 13, 12 or any other model after performing the above fixes, you should try to web interface workaround.
Verify that you have entered the correct phone number or email address. Please wait for a while, or obtain the verification code again after the penalty time elapses. Tips: If you have reached the maximum number of verification code requests, try again 24 hours later.