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NCIC and mystolenphone says it passed but imei black list says its blacklisted?
05-19-2014, 10:30 AM
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So I just got a IMEI from someone and used it on checkESNfree.com.

It shows black listed on IMEI Blacklist and NCIC and mystolenphone.com shows passed. What does that mean for the two other websites/company?

Passed means its black listed or Pass means its not black listed?

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05-19-2014, 05:45 PM
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If the IMEI Blacklist shows "isBlacklisted" then the device is flagged as being lost or stolen and will not be usable on Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T.

As for MyStolenPhone and NCIC, the "passed" means that it wasn't found on those two databases and they are only there as a convenience only.

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08-12-2017, 12:47 PM
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(05-19-2014 05:45 PM)deathtrip Wrote:  If the IMEI Blacklist shows "isBlacklisted" then the device is flagged as being lost or stolen and will not be usable on Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T.

As for MyStolenPhone and NCIC, the "passed" means that it wasn't found on those two databases and they are only there as a convenience only.



Or it means the person that is paying on phone is delinquent or stopped paying all together once they sold it.

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08-17-2017, 07:59 PM
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(08-12-2017 12:47 PM)FaerieHigh Wrote:  
(05-19-2014 05:45 PM)deathtrip Wrote:  If the IMEI Blacklist shows "isBlacklisted" then the device is flagged as being lost or stolen and will not be usable on Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T.

As for MyStolenPhone and NCIC, the "passed" means that it wasn't found on those two databases and they are only there as a convenience only.



Or it means the person that is paying on phone is delinquent or stopped paying all together once they sold it.

No, generally not. A device must be flagged as lost/stolen in order to be blacklisted. A device can not be blacklisted just because it hasn't been paid for. T-Mobile and Sprint systems do "block" devices from being used on their network if they are in contract and haven't been paid for per the contract.

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