Two group who boasted about being a biggest distributors of bother content messages in a UK have been unprotected as partial of a three-year BBC investigation.
Andrew Horner-Glister and Barry Sanders, who ran several businesses, told an clandestine contributor from Inside Out West Midlands they sent “60 million texts a month”.
The span pronounced when they did it adult until 2012, it was legal. But a Information Commissioner’s Office, that regulates a industry, says it’s been bootleg given 2003.
You can see this story in full on BBC Inside Out in a series of regions during 19:30 BST on BBC One on Monday 18 September, or around iPlayer for 30 days afterwards.