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You will need to ask your cellphone provider. Normally blacklisted because it is stolen, or has been moved to another carrier when the previous carrier still owns the phone under an unexpired contract. This is the official line on this
You can check your IMEI number is Blacklisted in AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Telus, Sprint...Blacklist IMEI is lost, stolen or ineligible (Bad, Barred, Blocked, Financed, Under Contract) mobile phone. Always check blacklist before buy, sell or get phone.
Hello. You can't do anything about the IMEI being Blacklisted from Verizon. That phone is deemed stolen. You bought stolen goods
You could report the Seller to your local police to tell them that you were tricked into buying stolen property.
The only thing you can do with this phone is use it with another cellular provider SIM card. Most Verizon Samsung Galaxy Android phones are already Factory unlocked. You won't be able to get perfect reception on other carriers but you can use it with AT&T or T-Mobile's SIM cards. No Verizon or Sprint though.
I'm sorry, but a blacklisted iPhone is not usable anymore.
You can report the seller to the police, and try to find the original owner. If you don't want to return it, the only thing you can do is sell it for parts.
a blacklisted phone is a stolen phone,and the owner reports it to the service provider to block it after confirming the requesting client is the owner they verify and block so it may work in onother country other than where it was stolen from,but its against the law to aid things of that sort,but if you change the imei #,serial # it can work in your country
Unfortunately the only way to remove the "black listing" would be contacting the carrier of the phone orange, Vodafone etc and explaining that you bought this phone second hand. Chances are they will require you to pay x amount to get the handset working again