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http://www.gsmliberty.netMobile phone unlocking

I have a mobile phone in the UK locked to one service provider
I wanted to use the mobile on a diffrent service provider
so I bought for $24.99 a suposed to be a code GSM Liberty sent me a number to enter into my Mobile phone
but my mobile would not ask for any number to be entered
I got no instruction and was directed to a web page on how to enter a code into a o2XDA mobile but nothing on there web
mentioning instructions for a XDA Mobile
I wanted a full refund but a man called Jason will not give me a refund but offers to unlock another phone, I don't want that
just a refund thats all,
they sent me a link and when I read down the page it says satisfaction gauranteed or full refund check it out.
I have all emails to prove


  • Ro
    rober90 Nov 07, 2009

    GSMliberty is a scam! These guys just want your money! I suggest you get your money back directly from Paypal or your credit card company.

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  • Ge
    Gemini033 Aug 11, 2010
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    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    I was duped too :( Have heard nothing in over 3 days

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  • Ge
    gedora Apr 19, 2011

    I have my 2 days HTCDesire bricked after code provided by GSM liberty, and tried several days to get in contact with any one, all in vain.
    Plus they overcharged me for what the original deal was to unblock my phone. Had to go to friend who showed me shop in town where I could restore / revive the phone.
    Thank you for your purchase.

    The servers (HTC LVL1 and LVL2) used to locate the unlock code for your HTC phone with IMEI [protected] yielded no result. This happens for a variety of reasons, most notably your phone's IMEI being a newer one that has not been added to these databases yet.

    We can offer one of the following two options at this time :
    1- Cancel your order for a full refund as per our service guarantees.
    2- A premium HTC database can be used to search for your phones unlock code and does come at an extra cost of ?7.38
    started at 11 euro, to find out that additional 7.80 have to be paid, to find out that i was billed twice, once for 11 and once for 18 euro.
    And forget about getting any service or reply from those guys

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  • G2
    g2gayan May 18, 2011
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    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    The same happend to me :( ... i purchased the unlocking tool which is 49 usd from them, ., ,
    the activation servers are allways offline .. tired it for 2days even though they said that its instant ..

    what they say is to try in different different time zonez and when i prooved that i did so they started to say that my credits are used and cannot be used again .. JASON guy replied me yesterday, , he says that the servers are good to go and the issues is with my internet connection, ., ,

    i called them, , when they hear my voice they drop the call ... they are SCAMMERZ ...
    they doesnt refund my money too :(

    As GEDORA said


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  • Ji
    jim3 white Aug 26, 2013
    This comment was posted by
    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    These company is base on scam running by some east Indian. They sell their mothers but not refund your money back. Their website doesnt have enough information so you can make easily mistake.

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  • Pa
    palguna Jul 08, 2014

    hai iwant securites

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