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Topic # 181027 29-Sep-2015 21:20
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Hi, Does anyone know how I can add devices (IMEIs) to the global (or at least Australia) IMEI blacklists?  - I had two handsets fraudulently purchased though my business by a previous employee.  They have been successfully blocked in NZ with the help of Spark, but I know the dirtbag is living in Australia and has one of the phones active on Telstra AU.  I have the original invoices and police report, just need the process.  Thanks all.

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  Reply # 1396866 29-Sep-2015 21:21
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You'll need to contact Telstra AU. I am however not sure if they have a shared IMEI blocking system like NZ.




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