Question about GPS
Take the GPS back to the pawn shop. They should be able to get the pin number for you from the previous owner.
If they cannot or if they refuse, demand a refund from them. The unit is useless without the pin and it may even be stolen goods (illegal). If the dealer does not cooperate, report them to the local police for investigation.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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