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Join Date: Mar 2008
Apple Scammed Out of 9,000 iPod shuffle
Continued since July 2008 by Apple, Nicholas Woodhams, 23, will now be the subject of criminal proceedings launched by the authorities in Michigan: the young man is accused of fraudulently obtained some portable iPod Shuffle in 9000 at the after sales of Apple. His combines simple, based on the fact that it is not necessary to refer the player defective before a replacement by the VAS application.
To receive free players, Nicholas Woodhams had in effect only generate valid serial numbers corresponding to the iPod Shuffle, and then include them in the exchange program from Apple. The procedure is then that the firm shipped a replacement immediately, the user should refer to him as his model in running days.
A blue card is required as a deposit, so that the firm can deduct the amount corresponding to the price of the player after a few weeks if it has not received the copy. The young man sure to use credit cards associated with non-solvent, and took care of obtaining supplies of the devices via postal boxes. It would have racked 9000 Apple iPod Shuffle, most of which was then sold 49 dollars a piece or 30 dollars less than the price nine of the aircraft.