Question about Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver
I've lost my tomtom, despite getting it just a couple of weeks ago. I sort of suspect my teenage son's "friend" who was around adn very interested in it but don't want to make any accusations...esp as it might equally be lurking somewhere here, out of sight. Given that it is a GPS, is there any way of identifying its current location? Its the end of may, i parked my car outside my girlfriends house (which is in a nice neighborhood in colchester ct) when i went to my car in the morning (6 hrs later) both my GPS and digital camera was gone from my car...idiots forgot my ipod..lol. I WANT TO FIND THE **** THAT STOLE IT!! I JUST WANT IT BACK!! This was the last thing my father gave me before he passed and now im really mad about it. HELP HELP HELP!!! They didnt take the wire or the mount...idiots. ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEAS ON WHAT I CAN DO?????
Tomtom is a receiver, there is no signal sending involved.
Outside taking the serial number from the box and kicking a suspects door in there is no real chance this is coming back..
all you can do is satisfy yourself that they were too dumb to be able to do much with it..
better luck for the future.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
my name is miles when i got a tomtom i put it on buddie list means i can messege from tom tom to another and they can tell where i am and me where they are so i can locate my tomtom where ever it is any street town state even country i can press buddie bring me to miles and the other tom tom on buddie will bring my straight to miles my tomtom
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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