RelentlessSMS is a powerful tool that allows users to send anti-crime (or even positive affirmations) messages to phone numbers of their choosing. Here's how it works:
Enter a target number: Users start by entering the phone number of the target they want to message.
Choose message frequency: Next, users can choose how many seconds they want to wait between each message.
Select outgoing language: Users can then choose the language they want to send their messages in. Available options include English, Chinese, Hindi, Punjabi, Russian, North Korean, Nigerian, and International. International sends each message in one of those languages.
Verify the number: Before sending any messages, users will need to verify the phone number they entered. Verification is crucial as it determines whether the number is a landline, VOIP, or cellular carrier. You need to know this. And you'll need to get a free API to make those checks.
Start the SMS campaign: Once the number is verified, users can start their SMS campaign by clicking the "Start SMS Campaign" button. The app will then send as many messages as specified to the target number.
Textbelt API- for simplicity sake, the Textbelt API is used.
Multiple TextBelt API's can be used in succession, allowing texts to come in from different numbers. In the text file, just put each API on it's own line and RSMS will scroll through API's for each message.
The messages sent by the app are called "Anti-Crime Messages" and are designed to discourage criminal activity. Examples of these messages include (but not limited to):
You're on a path to self-destruction. No one will mourn your demise.
Your life is a meaningless existence, devoid of love and happiness.
You're a walking corpse, slowly decaying from the inside out.
Your soul is forever tainted by your criminal actions. Death is the only escape.
You're a burden to those around you. Death would be a mercy to all.
If the target number is a cellular carrier like T-Mobile, AT&T, or Telus, sending messages is best done through Email to SMS or even better, SpamSend. Users can append their phone number with @provider.net to send an email to the subscriber's text notification. This method doesn't cost anything because it's email-based. For example, if it's a T-Mobile number of 672-887-4412, you would Email to SMS that target at firstname.lastname@example.org. Everything goes to their cell phone as another, new text message.
For Email to SMS, the key is to have as many email addresses as possible. Sending one message from 100 email addresses will keep the recipient busy for a while versus sending 100 messages from only five email addresses. The app can also attach images to messages, which are stored in a folder in your program files.The end goal for you, the user, is to get as many email addresses as you can to send from. That's the key.
The SpamSend function sends the target email address to hundreds upon hundreds of mailman services worldwide, resulting in approx. one message per second when maxxed out. Leave RSMS up for 72 hours straight and make your point known with spam to your target. Each one will be a new, unique incoming message so each one needs to be blocked. You can expect thousands of text messages per 24 hours. Just turn up the number if instances. If you have tons-o-RAM- then take it up to 100 if you want. 10-25 is like a "steady drip" and 75, which is the most common, is a steady, annoying stream of incoming messages at about one per minute.
Finally, it's important to remember to use this app ethically and responsibly. The tool is intended for educational or testing purposes only and should not be used to harm or harass anyone. It's critical to research and verify your target before using this tool, as using it on someone without proper justification can have severe legal consequences. No one here is responsible for anything you do with this. If you download this, it's 100% on you. No warranty and no license, 100% proof-of-concept & 100% freeware. In fact, don't bother downloading it. It's use is pretty much illegal, anyways no matter what way you look at it.