How to check if your iphone is Blacklist

How to check if your iPhone is Blacklist. Free check Blacklist (Lost/Stolen) Mobile by IMEI. You can blacklist check for iphone using IMEI number for Blacklisted in AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Telus. Blacklist IMEI is lost, stolen or ineligible (Barred, Blocked, Financed, Under Contract) mobile phone. Always check blacklist before buy, sell or get the phone. Supported:+ USA: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Cricket, Metro PCS+ Canada: Telus+ Sweden: Telenor+ Japan: Softbank, AU KDDI

How to blacklist check for iphone

blacklist check for iphone

A lot of iPhones are stolen and they go to the black market. The new users of a stolen device might not even know their handset belongs to someone else, so they start using it. In order to protect people from having their iPhone used by third-party people, carriers companies block the IMEI, The unique 15-digit identifier of every iDevice manufactured by apple which can be found by pressing *#06#.

Stealing or use a lost iPhone are two main reasons why iPhone gets blacklisted. There are other terms that identify this. They are barring and blocking. If the iPhone is blacklisted by a carrier, it is impossible to use this handset on this carrier’s network. So if you need to know if your iPhone is blacklist you can use this web page database to check it for free. This is nothing to do with icloud or unlock icloud, this service just help you to get information about or IMEI. If the original owner reports the mobile phone as stolen or Lost to his carrier companies.

blacklist check for iphone

blacklist check for iphone

 

– Other servers to check If iphone is blacklist

SERVER 1 – IMEI BLACK LIST CHECKER

more services:

https://idevicetool.eu/free-imei-services/

Even if you bypass icloud and your iPhone is blacklisted you will not be able to make calls. don’t buy any Apple device without checking IMEI first for icloud status and carrier blacklist if it’s clean or reported as stolen or lost by the owner.

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