I FOUND AN IPHONE

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I FOUND AN IPHONE

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...and need to know how to report it.

 

Just in case the owner is looking at this forum I provide the following info:

 

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Please provide description of phone and contact information in your email. 

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It's true and understandable but would create incredible customer loyalty if At&t , apple and other carriors would jump in to  help out us pitiful cell phone losey people. Mia culpa definatelyly, but if I find someome's phone I try hard to get it back to them.

Love to all,

Me

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Although I won't tell you exactly where I found it, I will say that it was nowhere near NYC - in fact, the location is all the way across the country. So sorry. Woman Sad Hope you locate yours soon. 

 

Oh, and I'm a she, not a he.

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KVittorio wrote:

Although I won't tell you exactly where I found it, I will say that it was nowhere near NYC - in fact, the location is all the way across the country. So sorry. Woman Sad Hope you locate yours soon. 

 

Oh, and I'm a she, not a he.



Hi there - thanks for doing the right thing here, very refreshing to see! Smiley Very Happy

 

If you're near an AT&T retail store, the best option is to take it in there. If you're not (or that's just not an option), please send me a private message with your name, phone number and the best time to contact you and we'll give you a call to help out. 

 

Depending on where you found it, have you called the stores/restaurants in the area to see if anyone has come in/called looking for it?

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You're a great person and you are doing the right thing. I hope your quest at finding the owner is a success. Keep trying.

Cat Happy Remember that Wild Banchi... 1993-2010 Cat Happy



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Wild Banchi wrote:
You're a great person and you are doing the right thing. I hope your quest at finding the owner is a success. Keep trying.

 

 

Thanks for the encouragement...I really needed it.  After two weeks of searching without even so much as the tiniest bit of some kind of lead, I've started to feel a bit discouraged. Its got me wondering if the owner of this iPhone is searching for it as hard as I'm looking for them; if so, you'd think we'd have found each other by now. Which leads me to wonder if I'm wasting my time looking for an owner who couldn't care less because they've already replaced it like it was no more valuable than a tube of ChapStick. Woman Mad

 

I've now exhausted all known (to me) and suggested methods - all leading to a brick wall. In response to the above reply from Community Manager Jamilah I've sent her a pm in hopes that she is able to provide the assistance I haven't been able to find up to this point so far. 

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You're welcome. Smiley Happy

You may be right, but I wouldn't give up quite yet. Give it another week or two, and see if anything appears, then. If you find no interest, you might as well just keep the phone for yourself, give it as a gift, or sell it for profit.

Once again, good luck!

Cat Happy Remember that Wild Banchi... 1993-2010 Cat Happy



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