Oh Moto, you better hope this doesnt end up in a lawsuit. People seem to be up in arms about personal data these days.
"Ouch. And to think, they were probably hoping to just make a few bucks on this; now, they'll certainly lose cash in the effort of taking in all of these returns. " well at least that is nothing compared if they end up in a lawsuit :)...It's good news so others company learn from others companies mistakes.THEY ARE SUPPOSE TO RESET THE DATA BEFORE SELLING IT TO A NEW CONSUMER! BUT NO THEY INSTEAD DECIDE TO JUST SELL IT AND NOT WASTE TIME IN RESETTING IT )_( Slapped twice.
Man, that really sucks for the original owners. If data has been stolen and used for fraudulent charges, it can sometimes take years to sort out the mess of identity theft. I've never reset tablets or computers to be refurbished, but how hard can it really be? *shakes head*
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cowboyspace:It's good news so others company learn from others companies mistakes.THEY ARE SUPPOSE TO RESET THE DATA BEFORE SELLING IT TO A NEW CONSUMER! BUT NO THEY INSTEAD DECIDE TO JUST SELL IT AND NOT WASTE TIME IN RESETTING IT )_( Slapped twice.
It's not like they're lazy; it might be a simple oversight by a person in charge of handing the referb devices. I mean they're not 100% lazy when it comes to referbs, if everybody were then we'd be having cases from Levono or RIM or even Sony. Don't assume that it's all black and white, there is a grey area you know...
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