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Old 09-03-2008, 09:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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...stolen before it even arrived!

I placed a new line order through my T-mo corporate accounts rep last week and the package arrived yesterday. This morning I opened it up and as usual the box had a broken security sticker (I presume from when they scan the SIM card bar code). Everything looks in order as far as the accesories but there's NO PHONE in the box! I reported it to my rep and heard back later in the day that I'm not the only one to have reported such a thing today...

It doesn't look like the external packaging was opened and re-sealed in transit, and as usual the Blackberry's box had a broken seal, so I guess this must have happened in their distro center.

Meh.. whatever, they're sending me another one.

Would it do any good for me to post the IMEI that was on the box?
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That really sucks.

If it were me I would give the IMEI to T-Mo so they can 'blacklist' it. Or ignore it. Or whatever.
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That really sucks.

If it were me I would give the IMEI to T-Mo so they can 'blacklist' it. Or ignore it. Or whatever.
Whatever indeed.

I gave them all the relevant info from the box right away... IMEI, PIN, SIM ID, etc, and sent a copy of the order pull sheet that was in the box with order number, bin, ticket, timestamps, etc. I'm sure they've got some investigation rolling. Or not

They told me to hold on to the SIM card since its active... wondering though if there's a chance it was cloned? I have piles and piles of new SIMs laying around so swapping it would not be a problem.
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That is what i call bad luck.

But later if they are sending you a new one, you recover fast!!!!!!!
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