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You Can Now Spoil ‘Game of Thrones’ Through Anonymous Texts

Spoiler alert: You’re about to find out which of your friends are bastards

For those “Game of Thrones” fans who are more evil than Ramsay, there’s now the perfect app to troll your Westeros-loving friends. Say hello to Spoiled, a service that allows users to anonymously text “Game of Thrones” spoilers to the phone number of their choice immediately after a new episode airs.

For just a dollar per phone number, you can have Spoiled send out pictures and text messages revealing the biggest details for this Sunday’s season finale to anyone who waits until after the East Coast airing to watch. The service debuted last week, just in time for Spoiled to reveal to “GoT” fans who were waiting until after the NBA Finals to watch the new episode that (spoilers!) the Starks reclaimed Winterfell and Ramsay Bolton got ripped apart by his own hunting hounds.

So if it gets revealed that Jon Snow or Tyrion is indeed a Targaryen, Spoiled will be right there to ruin everything for your worst enemy or a friend who should seriously consider severing ties with you.

Even if you don’t want to pay up, Spoiled will still provide schadenfreude by tweeting out the best responses to their nefarious texts.

Spoiled co-founder Ross Hettel says that after Sunday’s finale, they will reach out to their users to ask what show to¬† spoil next. Don’t be surprised if in a few months, Spoiled starts making money hand over fist from people who want to spoil to the world who Negan killed on “The Walking Dead.”

We don’t have season finale spoilers, but we do have a guide for what’s next now that Ramsay’s bit the dust. Check out the biggest challenges facing Jon and Sansa moving forward below.