And say what? I don't think the bank would be able to help John. The bank
will only usually help the account holder as far as I know.
All the best
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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Sent: 28 August 2015 17:13
Subject: [access-uk] Re: my iphone problem
if it were me I would contact his bank.
On 28 Aug 2015, at 15:51, john gallagher <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:** To leave the list, click on the immediately-following link:-
this is my last message on my problem buying an iphone.
maybe the seller has made a mistake and if he has then fine if not i just
hope that he will think carefully to what he has done.
last friday i contcated darren cook who was selling an iphone 5 for £100. i
have had a nice chat with him and paid him £100 in to his bank for the phone.
to cut a long storry short this phone has not turn up and the reason why not
is that it has been sold to a chap in huddersfield.
darren says he works for ee but, this phone apparently even with a new sim in
it of course is tied to darrrens itunes id that's his username email address
and password. anyone knows that the phone should be paid for to be unlocked.
so, this phone has been sold to two people myself and the nice guy in
huddersfield. now all i need is for darran to consider what he has done and
pay me back my £100. as i said maybe he has made a mistake but again if not
the mods who have never got back to me from the recycle list should not allow
any more sales by this person on that list. really sorry to clog the lists up
with this but it's damn well very important thank you for reading.
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