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Tahukah Anda!!!
Jika anda kehilangan telefon bimbit, anda boleh menjejaki kembali.

Kebanyakan kita sentiasa bimbang telefon mudah alih kita boleh dicuri pada bila-bila masa.

Setiap telefon bimbit yang dibawa ada keunikan
IMEI no. iaitu International Mobile Equipment Identity yang boleh digunakan untuk mengesan telefon mudah alih anda di mana sahaja di dunia.

Lihat bagaimana ia berfungsi !!

1. Dail * # 06 # pada telefon mudah alih anda.

2. Telefon mudah alih anda akan menunjukkan 15 digit IMEI no. yang unik.

3. Catitkan nombor IMEI tersebut di tempat yang selamat kecuali dalam telefon bimbit anda sendiri kerana ini adalah Nombor yang akan membantu mengesan telefon mudah alih anda apabila berlaku kecurian.

4. Sekiranya telefon anda dicuri, anda hanya perlu E-mail 15 digit No. IMEI kepada cop@vsnl.net beserta butiran seperti di bawah.

Nama anda: ____________________
Alamat: ______________________
Model telefon: _________________
Buatan: _________________________
No. terakhir digunakan:_________________
E-mel untuk dihubungi: _____
Tarikh hilang: ___________________
IMEI No: _______________________

5. Tidak perlu pergi ke balai polis.

6. Telefon Mudah Alih Anda akan dikesan dalam tempoh 24 jam akan datang melalui sistem yang kompleks GPRS dan internet, Anda akan dapat mengesan di mana telefon bimbit anda sedang beroperasi walaupun kad SIM telah ditukar.

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2 ulasan:

Groups berkata...

The email id cop[@]vsnl.net provided in the message is that of the Commissioner Office of Chennai, and yes, it is a fact that if you send an email from anywhere in India or around the world, it will reach the Commissioner of Police, Chennai City Police, Chennai. And it is also a fact that there have been instances in the past where the Chennai Police have solved such cases of mobile phones theft using the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) numbers, as mentioned in the message. But there is no guarantee that mobile thefts from all over the country will be handled by them. This service will most definitely be applicable only for particular state of Tamil Nadu, and not anything beyond their range.


Therefore, this message is misleading when it claims that everyone can trace and track back their lost mobile phones using this service. It is also important to note that the official website of Tamil Nadu is not active, since it was hacked earlier this year, and the email service also seems not to
be working.

Whenever you lose your mobile phone, the best approach is to visit the nearest police station directly, give a complain, and then follow the procedure advised by them, instead of complaining over an email and waiting for their response.

Groups berkata...

The email id cop[@]vsnl.net provided in the message is that of the Commissioner Office of Chennai, and yes, it is a fact that if you send an email from anywhere in India or around the world, it will reach the Commissioner of Police, Chennai City Police, Chennai. And it is also a fact that there have been instances in the past where the Chennai Police have solved such cases of mobile phones theft using the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) numbers, as mentioned in the message. But there is no guarantee that mobile thefts from all over the country will be handled by them. This service will most definitely be applicable only for particular state of Tamil Nadu, and not anything beyond their range.


Therefore, this message is misleading when it claims that everyone can trace and track back their lost mobile phones using this service. It is also important to note that the official website of Tamil Nadu is not active, since it was hacked earlier this year, and the email service also seems not to
be working.

Whenever you lose your mobile phone, the best approach is to visit the nearest police station directly, give a complain, and then follow the procedure advised by them, instead of complaining over an email and waiting for their response.