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jordon

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Got a text today, some guy offering to swap a Nokia N900 brand new etc. so I copy pasted his number and saw all this sh*t he has for sale on different sites. Probably does credit cards. I got no problem buying cheap laptops coz they don't get cut off or barred, but top end phones can so I'm wondering whether the phone will be cool being aquired this way. Can the phone company still bar it?

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Yeah he could still bar the handset if he has it insured. All he has to do is report it lost or stolen. Then the imei number will get blacklisted. And all you have is an expensive door stop. Safer to buy from ebay or them phone exchange shops. At least you have some form of consumer protection against any bull like that. Otherwise ur just trusting his word on being legit and honest.

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