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    Default Please be careful of unlockmob.com

    I bought from them an unlock for AT&T, they said "any phone on AT&T",
    thinking: "If they will not be able they will refund me"...
    I asked for refund on July 16, still no money back, but the worst thing is what they asked me to do (I cannot say what I think, but you can guess it):

    [...] You have submitted details for a phone that is not on our list. We have
    been
    unable to unlock this phone and as advised in our terms and conditions you
    now need to send it to us so that we can unlock it using a special cable.

    This costs an additional Ģ12 including post and packing. Please make this
    payment via paypal to unlockmob()googlemail.com, print off a copy of your
    receipt and send it with the phone by registered post to:


    Phones are returned within 7 days.


    The Unlockmob
    PO Box 473
    (REMOVED)

    Please also include a print out of your original paypal receipt with your
    phone.

    [...]



    You think I should send the iPhone to them by registered mail?
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    I thought about trying them out aswell - but thankfully I read the Terms and Condtions first...

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    It's not matter of 3 dollars, the strange thing is that they ask me to send them the iPoone ... to do what?
    If they really can unlock it why they are not advertising this... they could make millions... I get suspicious.
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    Maybe you should ask them if they're able to unlock it. Perhaps they're just following standard procedure...

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    Okay, this is an easy one. Don't send them your phone. Not because I think they will keep it, (well they might), but more likely because it looks like they sent you a standard form letter.

    Obviously no one has officially unlocked the iPhone. The special cable they are talking about is used for some phones (i.e. Sony Ericsson) to connect the phone to the computer and "re-flash" the phone with hacked firm-ware. Since the iPhone can already connect to the computer, no special cable is needed to do this.

    Since there has not been a sucessful unlock yet, they will not have a hacked firm-ware version (and even if they did, it'll probably be un-syncable on iTunes afterwards)


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    I thing, they havenīt realy realized, that you case is an iPhone...

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    Is it just me, because it's clear as day:

    They want to scam your cellphone/money.

 

 

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