Here is the detailed explanation of the IMEI Check Report we provided to you:


Model Check: Based on the IMEI number you provided us, we are able to validate the manufacturer and model of the device. This means that you can be assured that the serial number is genuine and has not been altered or tampered with since manufacture.


Factory/SIM Lock: Apple’s GSX database contains all available information about an IMEI number. Inside there, we can find accurate and up to date information about the Factory/SIM Lock status of your device.


Network Identification: Apple’s GSX database contains all available information about an IMEI number. Inside there, we can find accurate and up to date information about the Network that Locks your device (If there is any)Blacklist Status: GSMA databases contain all IMEI numbers worldwide and tag them with their status. If an IMEI number is blacklisted (For various reasons) GSMA database will have it tagged.


Lost: A red result indicates that the item being checked is currently reported to GSMA and us as lost, other than by a network operator.


Stolen: A red result indicates that the serial being checked is currently reported to GSMA and us as stolen, other than by a network operator.


Ever blocked: It indicates that the device being checked is has been blocked during its lifetime by one or more GSM/LTE network operators worldwide. This is important as, if a phone has been blocked during its lifetime it may affect your decision as to whether to purchase or handle it. Network operators generally block phones because of loss or theft reports made by subscribers.


Insurance claims: A red result indicates that the item being checked is currently reported to Mobile Networks and us as being subject to an insurance claim. This is important as a claim record may be an indicator a future ownership dispute between the seller or buyer and the insurance company.


IMEI Replacement: Malicious sellers can get devices that were reported as LOST/STOLEN or are Blacklisted for other reasons and change their IMEI/Serial numbers with other that appear as CLEAN. This is a common scam, but with the IMEI/Serial ReplacementCheck we can find the Original IMEI/Serial number and check it!


Possible Clone/Counterfeit: It indicates that the serial being checked is reported to us as being used in counterfeit/clone devices.


Contract: Apple’s GSX database contains all available information about an IMEI number. Inside there, we can find accurate and up to date information about the Contract Status of your device.


Warranty: Apple’s GSX database contains all available information about an IMEI number. Inside there, we can find accurate and up to date information about the Warranty Status of your device.


Financial: A red result indicates that we have records that the device being checked is still within the period of a finance agreement.If buying this device we recommend you ask the seller to confirm to confirm the status of any finance agreement and that they have legal title to sell it.


Find My iPhone: Apple’s iCloud databases contain information for the Find My iPhone status of your device. If the Find My iPhone is ON, it means that this device is already activated with an iCloud account. If this account is not yours, you need to contact the original owner and request the removal of this device from his/her iCloud account.


iCloud: Apple’s iCloud databases contain information for the iCloud status of your device. If the iCloud is CLEAN/LOST, it means that this device is already activated with an iCloud account. If this account is not yours, you need to contact the original owner and request the removal of this device from his/her iCloud account.


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