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  1. #1
    SDS
    Guest
    Ok I lost my phone. The phone that I had was an I95. Prior to lossing my
    phone I took my I95 to Nextel and told them that the phone was giving me
    proplems. So Nextel gave me a re-conditioned I95. They also gave a service
    transaction reciept. On the Nextel transaction reciept it lists my model#,
    old/new serial#, and the old/new imei#. The paper work is also signed and
    dated by me and is on file with the Nextel office in my area.
    So what do I have to do to prove that I owned the phone. Signal thinks that
    I am trying to pull one on them, but I am not. Mybe I should get the film
    from the camera's? Who now mybe that is not enough proof?
    Well I guess mybe my only option is to take signal to court!





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  2. #2
    SDS
    Guest

    RE: Signal Insurance

    Ok I lost my phone. The phone that I had was an I95. Prior to lossing my
    phone I took my I95 to Nextel and told them that the phone was giving me
    proplems. So Nextel gave me a re-conditioned I95. They also gave a service
    transaction reciept. On the Nextel transaction reciept it lists my model#,
    old/new serial#, and the old/new imei#. The paper work is also signed and
    dated by me and is on file with the Nextel office in my area.
    So what do I have to do to prove that I owned the phone. Signal thinks that
    I am trying to pull one on them, but I am not. Mybe I should get the film
    from the camera's? Who now mybe that is not enough proof?
    Well I guess mybe my only option is to take signal to court!





  3. #3
    xx
    Guest

    Re: Signal Insurance

    Signal tried denying a claim of mine for my I95 because I was using my I90
    sim card. Luckily, I bought my I95 through Nextel, one of the Nextel
    customer service reps called Signal for me and two days later I had my new
    phone.
    "SDS" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Ok I lost my phone. The phone that I had was an I95. Prior to lossing my
    > phone I took my I95 to Nextel and told them that the phone was giving me
    > proplems. So Nextel gave me a re-conditioned I95. They also gave a

    service
    > transaction reciept. On the Nextel transaction reciept it lists my

    model#,
    > old/new serial#, and the old/new imei#. The paper work is also signed and
    > dated by me and is on file with the Nextel office in my area.
    > So what do I have to do to prove that I owned the phone. Signal thinks

    that
    > I am trying to pull one on them, but I am not. Mybe I should get the film
    > from the camera's? Who now mybe that is not enough proof?
    > Well I guess mybe my only option is to take signal to court!
    >
    >






  4. #4
    xx
    Guest

    Re: Signal Insurance

    Signal tried denying a claim of mine for my I95 because I was using my I90
    sim card. Luckily, I bought my I95 through Nextel, one of the Nextel
    customer service reps called Signal for me and two days later I had my new
    phone.
    "SDS" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Ok I lost my phone. The phone that I had was an I95. Prior to lossing my
    > phone I took my I95 to Nextel and told them that the phone was giving me
    > proplems. So Nextel gave me a re-conditioned I95. They also gave a

    service
    > transaction reciept. On the Nextel transaction reciept it lists my

    model#,
    > old/new serial#, and the old/new imei#. The paper work is also signed and
    > dated by me and is on file with the Nextel office in my area.
    > So what do I have to do to prove that I owned the phone. Signal thinks

    that
    > I am trying to pull one on them, but I am not. Mybe I should get the film
    > from the camera's? Who now mybe that is not enough proof?
    > Well I guess mybe my only option is to take signal to court!
    >
    >






  5. #5
    SDS
    Guest

    Re: Signal Insurance

    Does anyone think that I will have luck with a authorized reseller. At the
    time when I brought my phone in for service the nextel Corporate store was
    closed for 2 weeks due to moving. Nextel Corporate had a local authorized
    dealer doing all of the work, due to the move. I just don't see how that is
    not proof? I brought in my broken I95 and exchanged it for a new
    re-manufactured I95. I recieved a piece of paper work with official nextel
    letterhead recording the old and new serial and imei numbers the date and
    phone model, ect..ect..ect. I need some pro-advice on what to do.
    "xx" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Signal tried denying a claim of mine for my I95 because I was using my

    I90
    > sim card. Luckily, I bought my I95 through Nextel, one of the Nextel
    > customer service reps called Signal for me and two days later I had my new
    > phone.
    > "SDS" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Ok I lost my phone. The phone that I had was an I95. Prior to lossing

    my
    > > phone I took my I95 to Nextel and told them that the phone was giving me
    > > proplems. So Nextel gave me a re-conditioned I95. They also gave a

    > service
    > > transaction reciept. On the Nextel transaction reciept it lists my

    > model#,
    > > old/new serial#, and the old/new imei#. The paper work is also signed

    and
    > > dated by me and is on file with the Nextel office in my area.
    > > So what do I have to do to prove that I owned the phone. Signal thinks

    > that
    > > I am trying to pull one on them, but I am not. Mybe I should get the

    film
    > > from the camera's? Who now mybe that is not enough proof?
    > > Well I guess mybe my only option is to take signal to court!
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  6. #6
    SDS
    Guest

    Re: Signal Insurance

    Does anyone think that I will have luck with a authorized reseller. At the
    time when I brought my phone in for service the nextel Corporate store was
    closed for 2 weeks due to moving. Nextel Corporate had a local authorized
    dealer doing all of the work, due to the move. I just don't see how that is
    not proof? I brought in my broken I95 and exchanged it for a new
    re-manufactured I95. I recieved a piece of paper work with official nextel
    letterhead recording the old and new serial and imei numbers the date and
    phone model, ect..ect..ect. I need some pro-advice on what to do.
    "xx" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Signal tried denying a claim of mine for my I95 because I was using my

    I90
    > sim card. Luckily, I bought my I95 through Nextel, one of the Nextel
    > customer service reps called Signal for me and two days later I had my new
    > phone.
    > "SDS" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Ok I lost my phone. The phone that I had was an I95. Prior to lossing

    my
    > > phone I took my I95 to Nextel and told them that the phone was giving me
    > > proplems. So Nextel gave me a re-conditioned I95. They also gave a

    > service
    > > transaction reciept. On the Nextel transaction reciept it lists my

    > model#,
    > > old/new serial#, and the old/new imei#. The paper work is also signed

    and
    > > dated by me and is on file with the Nextel office in my area.
    > > So what do I have to do to prove that I owned the phone. Signal thinks

    > that
    > > I am trying to pull one on them, but I am not. Mybe I should get the

    film
    > > from the camera's? Who now mybe that is not enough proof?
    > > Well I guess mybe my only option is to take signal to court!
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






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