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Suspicious Droid purchase

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by fourbyfourblazer, Dec 19, 2010.

  1. fourbyfourblazer
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    Okay. I bought a 1st Generation Droid (Model A855) from a co-worker when they first came out for $200 and was told at the time I could get as many as I wanted for that price without a contract but that if I wanted to sell them I needed to sell them on Craig's list, not on Ebay because it could possibly be traced so I'm wondering if I have a stolen phone. What do I do to find out?
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    I think if it's stolen you won't be able to activate it..
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    Call Verizon and provide them the ESN (it should be beneath the battery cover) and ask if its blacklisted. If it is, it won't be able to be activated.