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Posted 21 October 2015 - 06:29 PM

I have a problem.

My van was broken into and they nabbed my bird.

My question is can it be located by GPS if they use it? What if they remove the sim card? Can it still be tracked? The first thing I did was contact my provider and put my account/number on hold so its pretty much useless to them.

I can't afford to just run out and buy another one, and need it badly for my job!

Any info appreciated.

 



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Posted 21 October 2015 - 07:23 PM

I would contact the vendor and ask them what their thoughts are on possibility of recovery. Or how best to facilitate tracking and recovery. Wouldn't your insurance cover the loss of the device or at least that portion up to the deductible?

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