Professional Diversity Network SMS Short Code

57872 Short Code

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Last Updated: January 8, 2017

Short Code Owner Information

Business/Organization: Professional Diversity Network
Address: 801 West Adams Street Suite 600
City: Chicago
State: IL
Zip Code: 60607
Email Address:
Phone Number: (312) 614-0950

Basic Short Code Information

Short Code Number: 57872

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Short Code Length: 5-Digit Short Code
Short Code Activation Date: 4/30/14
Short Code Deactivation Date: N/A
Short Code Type: Dedicated Short Code

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Vanity Short Code Style: Non-Vanity Short Code

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Vanity Short Code Spelling: N/A
Messaging Types: Not Provided
Supported Wireless Carriers:

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  • Verizon
  • T-Mobile
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  • Google Voice

Short Code Campaign Information

Campaign Name: PDN Jobs alerts
Campaign Type: One-Off
Campaign URL: Not Provided
Campaign Status: Active
Campaign Terms & Conditions:
Campaign Support Phone Number: 1 (855) 466-5001
Campaign Support Email Address:
Campaign Description:

The SMS short code 57872, is being used by Professional Diversity Network.

The dedicated short code number 57872, is currently registered in the U.S. with the Common Short Code Administration (CSCA), and is a non-vanity short code being used by Professional Diversity Network.

For more information about the short code 57872, text HELP to 57872, or contact their short code customer support at either or 1 (855) 466-5001. Did you receive a text message from 57872, and you wish to unsubscribe? You can unsubscribe from Professional Diversity Network text messages by texting "STOP" to 57872.

Professional Diversity Network is a recruiting firm, that is using both email and text messaging to fill open employment positions. Professional Diversity Network does this by sending text messages out through their non-vanity short code number - 57872, to people seeking employment. These text message from 57872, give a short description of the job and it's requirements, then either has a website link for the job candidate to visit, or a phone number to call to apply for the open position.

Campaign Content:
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Campaign Language: Not Provided
Campaign Opt-in Keyword: Not Provided

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Opt-in Type: Not Provided
Campaign Launch Date: Not Provided


  1. J- on February 9, 2018 at 11:50 pm

    Received text for “William”; don’t know who he…. spam, spam, spam. After texting STOP I received 2 texts confirming I wanted to STOP. STOP means STOP. I added this number to my spam list.

  2. This geoup on February 6, 2018 at 3:43 am

    What a bunch of ass holes. Bothering people that are on the do not call list. Not to mention people who have NEVER signed up with this company. Yet this company thinks it’s ok to text. The govt should bring charges against this group. This is like the 6th text they have sent out. No one must want to work with them. So they are texting and calling anyone.

  3. Anonymous on June 20, 2017 at 12:48 am

    When you try to TEXT, STOP there is an undetermined charge to send the message.

  4. garyj4ary Jarrell on May 17, 2017 at 8:43 pm

    Stop the SPAM already. iam receiving 3-4 messages a day asking if Keela is interested in receiving alerts about jobs. No idea who Keela is.

  5. Ken P on May 6, 2017 at 1:35 am

    Called the number back – they took my job search info and passed me along to find “Educational Opportunities”. After I declined to be contacted by automated phone messaging they hung up on me.

  6. Jamie Kootz on April 6, 2017 at 2:47 am

    I called the number back and got a person to talk to. After sharing my information, the person gave a quick we can’t help you and hung up. Looking for a job is hard enough. I realize my specific job does not fit the things that you have on your list but I found it to be down right rude to hang up on a person looking for a job instead of telling them the type of jobs you have to offer. I would say let the person decide whether or not they might pursue the job rather than just shutting them off. Considering the person hung up on my I thought of reporting a spam. With all the fraud out there I would recommend that your recruiters not just take information and hang up. They need to explain what the business is about and see how they can help.

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