[AI] mobile phone stolen.

Vikas Kapoor dl.vikas at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 07:43:55 EDT 2008


Hello Sir,
That was not at all a problem, I did that immediately and within ten minutes 
my SIM was deactivated and yesterday itself I've obtained the new SIM with 
the same number and the remaining balance. But my purpose of revealing the 
same on this list was to let the people know that whatever most of the mails 
would claim actually never happens in practice.
Vikas Kapoor,
MSN Id:dl_vikas at hotmail.com, Yahoo&Skype Id: dl_vikas,
Mobile: (+91) 9891098137.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "SC Vashishth" <subhashvashishth at gmail.com>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 10:24 AM
Subject: Re: [AI] mobile phone stolen.


Dear Vikas
Its sad to loose such a wonderful socialising device with all that data that
you might have saved for so long. But you should immediately call up the
helpline of the service provider and get the sim blocked atleast and get
another sim issued.
regards
SC Vashishth


On 6/24/08, Vikas Kapoor <dl.vikas at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Folks, yesterday only, while travelling in a busy blueline bus here in
> Delhi, I lost my Nokia 6681 mobile phone instrument. It was stolen from 
> the
> front pocket of my laptop bag. Now my purpose to disclose the same here on
> this list is only      to justify what I had been maintaining about those
> mails which, from time to time keep flooding our mailboxes, that is, what 
> we
> should do when our cell phone is lost. Let me tell you emphatically that, 
> be
> it your service provider or Nokia itself, nobody seems to have any concern
> about your stolen phone. Even you would be surprised to know that when I 
> had
> gone to the nearest police station in order to launch the FIR, first of 
> all,
> they printed the IMEI number of my phone wrong on the FIR sheet, this is
> notwithstanding the fact that I gave the original bill to the lady who was
> writing my FIR report. When I noticed this after coming back, I again went
> to the same police station to get it rectified. They certainly confessed
> their mistake and corrected the same in the copy that I was having, but 
> they
> were not at all concerned with rectifying the same in their record. IF the
> attitude of the policemen is so reluctant and apathetic, I'm afraid what
> action they'll take on their part! So no matter if one claims that we 
> should
> always keep our phone IMEI number safe in case the phone is lost, I'll 
> tell
> you nothing is going to come out at least here in India! Be it the lack of
> technological expertise or the lack of will power, it is quite impossible 
> to
> get it back or to make it blocked as most of the mails would claim!
> Vikas Kapoor,
> MSN Id:dl_vikas at hotmail.com <Id%3Adl_vikas at hotmail.com>, Yahoo&Skype Id:
> dl_vikas,
> Mobile: (+91) 9891098137.
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