Report: #1409112

Complaint Review: iphone

  • Submitted: Sat, October 28, 2017
  • Updated: Sat, October 28, 2017
  • Reported By: don55 — fruita Colorado USA
  • iphone


iphone i wanted my phone unlocked and they use deceptive policy Internet

*Author of original report: not that easy

*Consumer Comment: Just for any others

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this company unlocks phones so it says i filled in  what information they asked and got a quote  of $27 so i paied it waiting for them to send email that my phone was unlocked  instead i get a email  wanting $140 more no were at the time i agreed to dop it did it say  $140 more they use dirty tricks to lure you in 

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#1 Author of original report

not that easy

AUTHOR: - ()

its not that easy to have a carrier unlock a phone you have to meet certain rules if your not the orginal owner they wont unlock it. in my case 100 wont buy the phone i have so you have one option pay some company to unlock it 

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#2 Consumer Comment

Just for any others

AUTHOR: MacaroonZ - (USA)

If any site or seller ask for more money the second time, it meant that the site/seller is a fraud. Besides, unlock an iPhone should be free if you ask your carrier (and meet the requirement). Also, if you need to pay $100+ to unlock an iPhone, you should just get a new phone with that money.

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