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Re: How to unlock my iPhone 6?

Yoy can pay it via PayPal 

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Re: How to unlock my iPhone 6?

Oh no, cash only !!
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Re: How to unlock my iPhone 6?

NB: the crap ink on their useles 'paper-thin' invoices fades quickly ... don't necessarily need sunlight to acheive this

 

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Re: How to unlock my iPhone 6?

I'm guessing the "Unlock My iPhone" team don't work weekends as no email received yet!!!!!!

 

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Re: How to unlock my iPhone 6?

It's up to 72 hours I think.
Last one I did took a couple of days to come through.
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Re: How to unlock my iPhone 6?

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No emails from O2 yet regarding unloicking my iPhone!

 

If I don't get anything by end fo play today - its Live Chat, here I come......

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Re: How to unlock my iPhone 6?

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...well that was unexpected D'oh!

 

The guy on O2 Chat (sorry - couldn't call them at the moment!), siad that wrong info had been submitted when I used the app for the request and so it had been rejected - yea, thanks for letting me know (◔_◔)    !?!? 

 

When I then questioned him and stated to him that the none of the info within the app was user controlled and was set in stone so how could it submit incorrect info, he then confirmed that my security answer was incorrect?!?!? The app NEVER even asked me for a security answer!!!!  (◔_◔)

 

Anyway, after then giving him the IMEI number of my phone, he confirmed that he had input the request again,and I now have to wait "up to 72 hours" AGAIN!!!!

 

He then went into the rigmarole of "connect your phone to iTunes blah blah blah".

 

O2 Chat must read from a script, surely?! Do they even know what they are talking about?!?!! Don't know

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Re: How to unlock my iPhone 6?


DinoF wrote:

O2 Chat must read from a script, surely?!

Do they even know what they are talking about?!?!! Don't know


Yes, they do....

No they don't.

Once logged into MyO2 there is no additional (need for) security checks.

IMEI is automatically taken from the device in use, you can check if it is the correct number for yourself.

If so, that's it, job done.

I suspect it was because you submitted on a Friday, so it will most likely be processed today anyway.

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Re: How to unlock my iPhone 6?


@MI5 wrote:

DinoF wrote:

O2 Chat must read from a script, surely?!

Do they even know what they are talking about?!?!! Don't know


Yes, they do....

No they don't.

Once logged into MyO2 there is no additional (need for) security checks.

IMEI is automatically taken from the device in use, you can check if it is the correct number for yourself.

If so, that's it, job done.

I suspect it was because you submitted on a Friday, so it will most likely be processed today anyway.


...yea, thought as much!!!

 

Will keep you posted.............