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Kerry23
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Hello I have just swapped my sim over as my ex was using the phone, he is now threatening to go to the police and a solicitor for loss of earnings, the contract is in my name and I pay it. Can he do anything?
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@Kerry23 wrote:
I ordered a new sim and o2 activated the new one, he still has the handset however now I can use what I am paying for.

If you want to go further, report the phone stolen and o2 will block it so he'll have to buy a new phone as well as a new sim card tongue

https://community.o2.co.uk/t5/Other-Products-and-Services/Lost-or-Stolen-O2-Device-How-to-Report-it/...

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MI5
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You are fully responsible for it so it is yours to do with as you wish.
You should be suing him for all the payments you have made so far wink
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Hi @Kerry23 The contract is in your name not his so you have nothing to worry about. He is bluffing...

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Just to add, even if he does what he threatens he will look a bit of a fool. Good. wink

If he is 'losing business' then let him get his own phone and contract.

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Thank you so much for your advice
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How did you manage to swap the sim if your ex was using the phone? Did you report it lost or stolen and got the new sim delivered to your address? 

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@Kerry23 wrote:
Thank you so much for your advice

No problem. Don't worry about it. He can do nothing @Kerry23 wink

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@Kerry23 wrote:
Thank you so much for your advice

No problem at all.

You've done the right thing and the law is on your side slight_smile

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Thank you feel much better now
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I ordered a new sim and o2 activated the new one, he still has the handset however now I can use what I am paying for.
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