- Users are limited to a maximum of to two look ups per day, which will be recognised by submitting IP address, and/or submitting user account details.
- This service only identifies devices reported lost or stolen to participating networks to the GSMA Global Blacklist Registry.
- It can take up to 48 hours from the time a device is reported as lost or stolen before it is added to the GSMA Global Blacklist Registry and blocked from participating networks. As a result, even though a device is not on the GSMA Global Blacklist Registry, that device may eventually be placed on the GSMA Global Blacklist Registry and be blocked by participating network carriers at a later time.
- In some circumstances, a network provider may block a device because of late or unpaid bills by the owner. In such cases, the device would not appear on the GSMA Global Blacklist Registry, however the device would remain blocked with that network provider.
- Other network providers may or may not allow such a device to be used on their network. The fact that a device does not appear on the GSMA Global Blacklist Registry does not guarantee it will not be blocked.
- WE DO NOT WARRANT OR GUARANTEE THAT THESE SERVICES OR THE GSMA Global BLACKLIST REGISTRY WILL OPERATE WITHOUT ERROR OR WITHOUT FAILURE OR INTERRUPTION, OR THAT ANY COMMUNICATIONS WILL BE PRIVATE OR SECURE.
- WE DISCLAIM ANY OTHER REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR RELIABILITY OR AVAILABILITY OF THE SERVICES OR THE GSMA GLOBAL BLACKLIST REGISTRY.
- This service is limited to use by consumers only and is intended to verify the status of previously-owned devices. We reserve the right to deny use to this service for reasons of abuse. ANY COMMERCIAL USE OF THIS SERVICE OR ANY SUSPECTED COMMERCIAL USE MAY RESULT IN LEGAL ACTION.