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HOW CAN , I GET MY MOBILE THROUGH IMEI NO?

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Send your IMEI number to ALL Telco companys and request that they keep a tag on it ?
They are happy to co-operate !!
Theft is no good to them or their business.

Posted on Sep 09, 2008

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Follow this step
  • First submit your FIR if your mobile lost or stolen
  • Then submit your FIR to your service provider
  • Then ask your service provider to trace your number
  • If your mobile is switched on and it has different Simcard then it will trace easily
  • If your simcard is not activated then also your mobile can trace
  • You can ask your service provider to Block your IMEI number
  • Service provider use a shared hosting service for blocking IMEI numbers
  • Witch mean if your mobile have different sim then also Your mobile not work
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  • if your mobile lost or stolen then call to your service provider and block your number
  • then go to your nearest police station and give written complete that is FIR
  • and take one copy for you
  • then submit this copy to your service provider

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We can not track your cell phone from here. Call your service provider (Verizon, AT&T ect.) and tell them it was lost or stolen and you want them to lock it. They will ask for your IMEI # and will send a signal out locking it and preventing anyone from using it.

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