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Re: [infoguys-list] Computer theft case question

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  • ECKLUND & ASSOCIATES
    Ask your client if she ever took her iBook into an Apple store for any type of upgrade or work on the computer, if so they will have the serial number entered
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 8, 2010
      Ask your client if she ever took her iBook into an Apple store for any type of upgrade or work on the computer, if so they will have the serial number entered in the apple store. Also, since the Apple is stating she never registered her product, make sure they check her name with proper spelling or even a variant of her spelling, it may be entered wrong in the extended warranty database.

      I own several Apple ( Mac computers) and my oldest is ten years old and is still in the Apple Database.



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      From: greenlightinvestigations <kathy@...>
      To: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thu, April 8, 2010 4:15:18 PM
      Subject: [infoguys-list] Computer theft case question


      Group:

      My client's Apple iBook was stolen and Apple is claiming that she never registered the laptop, and therefore they don't have her serial number on file. She disputes this, saying that she purchased the extended warranty, but it was about seven or eight years ago.

      There is some suspicion that the laptop is being sold on Craigslist, and we'd like to be able to prove that it is in fact the laptop in question.

      Does anyone have experience in this area? Is there something to be done when the serial number (supposedly) is unavailable from Apple?

      Thanks in advance for your help.

      Sincerely,

      Kathleen Weisensel
      Green Light Investigations
      2852 Willamette St. #248
      Eugene, OR 97405-8200
      (541) 505-9469
      (509) 756-8906 (fax)
      kathy@greenlightinv estigations. com
      http://www.greenlightinvestigations.com
      Public records research specialists
      OR PSID #44190







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