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[Q] phone bought off random guy

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4th September 2014, 07:18 AM   |  #1  
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ihi im new here and i was wondering if some one can amswer me one question. can the person still report the phone stolen after i registered phone with at&t i just sign up today on post paid no contract plan?
4th September 2014, 01:13 PM   |  #2  
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I would yes depending on the circumstances. IF it was sold and payment was not received/revoked I could see it being possible. But if it was clean and there is proof of purchase/receipt of payment then no.

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4th September 2014, 01:17 PM   |  #3  
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I would yes depending on the circumstances. IF it was sold and payment was not received/revoked I could see it being possible. But if it was clean and there is proof of purchase/receipt of payment then no.

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Thanks i bought it free and clear from the guy but a liitle skeptical since my buddy bought a iphone 5 and later it became useless and disabled the sim and suspended his line of serves.

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4th September 2014, 01:19 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks i bought it free and clear from the guy but a liitle skeptical since my buddy bought a iphone 5 and later it became useless and disabled the sim and suspended his line of serves.

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I would call the att service center and ask to be sure. Did you get a bill of sales at all even through it was free
(should always get one)
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I would call the att service center and ask to be sure. Did you get a bill of sales at all even through it was free
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No i dont have one , he seem honest and had kids with him bit who knows desperate people do this type of stuff but i'm just asking i thought if you register your phone with at&t it becomes yours.

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4th September 2014, 01:25 PM   |  #6  
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No i dont have one , he seem honest and had kids with him bit who knows desperate people do this type of stuff but i'm just asking i thought if you register your phone with at&t it becomes yours.

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Eh... possible. I would imagine that since it was allowed to be registered you should be fine. I would call att like I said and ask them specifically.
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Eh... possible. I would imagine that since it was allowed to be registered you should be fine. I would call att like I said and ask them specifically.

Ok i will thanks for replying i appreciated.

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You really should listen to that inner voice next time, because you seem hesitant now, and you were probably then. It may all be just fine, but next time, remember Swappa, Amazon or eBay.
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