posted on Dec, 29 2015 @ 04:37 PM
i know this is related to a board question but i dont know if it actualy belongs in this form
ok so a little bit ago it was repoted uber ads comeing up on this site
i did some testing and found its being injected from cox comunication so i message them today about it
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chris: your company is injectiong java script ads into cellphones i want to know why
Jenny C.: Are you using Web Mail?
chris: no its a ad particularly uber
chris: only comes up when useing your network conformed from webmasters its not there ad and confirmed its not from the device its self
Jenny C.: Do you have a Business account or Residential account active with Cox?
Jenny C.: Did you try to remove any marketing information from your phone settings?
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chris: phones clean new install of the os on every phone tested
chris: so if i send a email to there they will stop injecting java packets
Jenny C.: They will stop sending messages or marketing communications from us.
Jenny C.: If your phone is asking for JAVA it is possible that you will need to download the latest version of JAVA virtual machine in order to
download applications on your phone device.
chris: i got all i needed thank you
aside from the rather dumb responses i saw a gem of information
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im going to try and send them a email but it gives us a place to email about this