In the actual text itself it should show the number the text was sent from, it may be a short code text and not look like a standard mobile number or be able to reply to it.
Text messages from sources that don't accept replies often only show a name rather than a number in the message. This seems to make it impossible to report them as spam via 7726 if you suspect the validity of the message.
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I just tried to copy the text and paste it but I can't. The text came in under Virgin Media, the same place all the texts from Virgin Media come to. All the texts say the same thing-
Hello! You can get back into Your Account with this authorisation code, its good for 24 hours: 2ADPHXGP -this is exactly as written. The other messages are the same except for the code. There is nothing else in the text or on the page.
Thank you for coming back to us about this issue. I understand that this can be frustrating. If you can access your online account, it may be a good idea to re-set your password to something new, unique and never used before to ensure that your online account is secure.