iPhone 4 Unlock.
My name is Evan,
I had just bought an iPhone 4 and wanted to use it with T-mobile. I had done some searching online and to my knowledge some iPhone 4 could be unlocked to used with other carrier other than AT&T.
I had responded to some craigslist ad on unlocking phones, when I would ask about my iPhone 4 they would tell me that it couldn't be unlock, so i was bummed out after spending $300 dollars buying this iPhone.
I was on craigslist about to post an ad myself to sell my iPhone 4 that i just bought, but then I saw an Mr. Fix It ad that said "we unlock phones".
So I gave Mr. Fix It a call and they told me that they couldn't unlock it there, but instead of just hanging up on me they gave me some useful advice. They told me that I would need an "Gevey Sim" to unlock my iPhone 4 which they didn't carry.
After talking to Johnny at Mr. Fix It i was able to give him my credit card over the phone to have him order the Gevey Sim for me. (cause i don't know the first thing about unlocking a phone nevertheless an iPhone 4)
After waiting 4 days i got a call back from Johnny at Mr. Fix It and was told that they just received my Gevey Sim in the mall and if I could come in and bring my iPhone 4 in so he could unlock it.
I came in and met Johnny, he was very nice and polite and worked on my phone while I waited, he told me what he need to do to my phone for it to work and i could see every step on my phone. (just lots of codes moving very fast and a pineapple picture)
The work was done in about 20 minute while i waited and was very happy with the work and the customer service.
To everyone out there, if you need a phone unlock come to Mr. Fix It and get it done there, instead of calling people on craigslist who wants to meet you at their house or Star Buck or a random back alley.
THE TRUTH REGARDING "waste of time and gasoline".
When you had called in, you never told us that your vacuum didn't work and also never told us that you had a mini dirt devil and not a regular size vacuum.
We have been known to give anywhere from $5 dollars to $150 depending on what type and condition of the vacuum.
In all due respect, the vacuum that you wanted to buy was only $29 dollars not $45 dollars so if you are going to tell a story you need to include truthful facts.
We consider taking your vacuum as a trade in only as a courtesy to you to help you save money. The only thing that we would do with your vacuum is throw it in the trash after you leave, because of the non-working filthy condition it was in.
If you felt like you vacuum was worth so much, why would you even ask about trading it in?
Also regarding the filter issue, don't know if you recall, but you had ask for a filter for your vacuum we then said "I do have the filter for your vacuum, but i don't think a filter would solve your problem".
If you have any knowledge about vacuum, you would know that the vacuum that was recommended to you was an Oreck. The thing with Oreck vacuum is they tent to look older and they don't look modern or fashionable, the Oreck that was recommended to you was about 5 years old.
You came in asking for a recommendation on which vacuum you should get, but you fail to mention that you were you didn't want to spend over $30 dollars.
You complain that we didn't give your enough for you trade in, but what you fail to realize is that your vacuum has no value. Don't know what you expect out of a retail store, but who in their right mind would give you more that $5 dollars for a non-working filthy vacuum when you are only purchasing a $29 product.
Try getting any kind of trade value at Walmart or Target...
WASTE of TIME and GASOLINE!. Do you see how they speak to their customers -- horrible .. DO NOt go !
Great Selection, Helpful Service, and Good Prices!!!!.
I went to see the new store that just opened in our neighborhood a few weeks ago.
I was looking for a refurbished vacuum, for quite a while. I saw a Craig's List Ad, stating they had a a used DC07 for $139. I went over there and not only did I get that great price and they gave me an additional 5% off on my Dyson.
Everyone there was helpful, and courteous. They gave me $10 for my trade in vacuum.
If these prices were any cheaper, they would be giving them away.
I am telling my mother about these deals.
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