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Superstition Alerts

If you walk through a spider web without seeing it, you will soon receive some money.
Price:$0. Message and data rates may apply.
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Content:Receive text messages with a daily superstion or myth.
Frequency:Daily or less
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Superstition text message alerts offer you insight into the world of the unseen…or maybe just a good chuckle. You receive a daily superstition or myth. What you do with that information is up to you! Choose to receive superstitions daily, or only on select days of the week. You may also select the time of day you want your superstition delivered. You can stop these alerts instantly at any time from your phone or the web.

ContentShort superstition
FrequencyChoose from daily or less
Cost$0 (Message and data rates may apply)
CancellationStop your alerts from your phone or the web

Mobile Search Option

You can also get a superstition anytime from your mobile phone. Send a text with the word SUPERSTITION to 44636 and receive a text message back immediately with a superstition. It's the perfect antidote to boredom! Like Text Alerts, 4INFO does not charge to use mobile search, but standard carrier fees apply. 4INFO mobile search is not case sensitive, so you can send the text in all caps or all lower case, or even a mix - whatever is easiest for you!

  • If you send SUPERSTITION
  • You get Put salt on the doorstep of your house, and no evil can enter.

Examples you can text to 44636



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