Report: #1452393

Complaint Review: iPhoneIMEI.net REVIEW , Biggest SCAM in Unlocking -

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  • Reported By: Manish — India
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iPhoneIMEI.net REVIEW , Biggest SCAM in Unlocking iPhoneimei.net iPhone activation Lock Scam. Took $29 and never replied or provided the services

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The company is totally fraud. Never got a reply from them after I bought iPhone activation lock services from them.

Actually, they cannot unlock it, it's just a big scam running on the internet.

They are purposely using SKRILL. Because from Skrill you cannot apply for a refund.

I emailed Skrill and they said that you need to directly contact the merchant.

Skrill does not give buyer protection. Be careful using Skrill as well.

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#1 Consumer Comment


AUTHOR: Chaiya - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, July 20, 2018

Why did you try to unlock the phone via a 3rd party? If you bought the phone in the US, you can get it unlocked for free from the carrier. You simply need to meet their criteria (e.g. own the phone out right, has bought the phone for at least a certain period of time, etc.). If you attempt to unlock a phone in the US through other means, it is actually illegal. If you did so, I hope this is a good lesson not to try to do something not legal.

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