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What does ESN not clean exactly mean?
02-23-2013, 09:46 AM
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The only problems I have with carriers are, they penalize you multiple times for the same account, or device.

For instance, say you signed up, started a new account, got a new iPhone 5 for $150 + Monthly Contract rate, and a 2 year agreement.

If you cancel let's say 5 months later, not only do they come after you for an ETF, but they also flag the device as unusable on the system. Then after 6 to 9 months of collections they'll mark your credit with the failure to pay, still requesting the fees, AND still placing the phone on the restricted list.

It isn't the phone's fault, so they shouldn't tie the ESN down so no one can use it, AND come after you for the fees, they should just come after you for the fees.

If you have a charge card and you charge/buy 1000 gallons of fuel, but then you stop paying, they're not going to lock up the fuel you have in your custody, they're going to sue you for their money.

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RE: What does ESN not clean exactly mean? - deathtrip - 02-23-2013 09:46 AM

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