Unbarring COMPLETE BLACKLIST IMEI REPAIR – BAD ESN REMOVAL – UNBARRING GUIDE

Written on 06/02/2024
Taylor Bell


INTRO

Repair your blacklisted devices using our popular unbarring services. Bad ESN? This IMEI blacklisted cleaning service will reverse the Lost/Stolen status back to a Clean/Clear status so you can use your device again. With our wide ranging services we can also submit a device to the blacklist, converting a Clean/Clear device to a Lost/Stolen status. Now, you have the same power the carriers do!

The Listed Unlock Servers have access to T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T and Verizon servers as well as GSMA Database (GSMA.DB) IMEI Blacklist servers. The Group Special Mobile Association (GSMA) is an association representing the interests of mobile operators and the broader mobile industry worldwide. The GSMA Database consists of 119 mobile operators across 41 countries that share information on stolen devices every day, to help combat global theft. We can access these servers and actually add or remove your device IMEI to and from this list.


DETAILS

THIS IS THE PREMIUM BLACKLIST REMOVAL IMEI REPAIR SERVICE WITH A 99% SUCCESS RATE.

SUPPORTS ALL DEVICES THAT WERE REPORTED LOST / STOLEN BY A CUSTOMER OR BY INSURANCE.

This Was Our Most Popular Service Of All Time! We Were Turning Our Client’s Blacklisted Devices Into Usable Devices Again At An Unprecedented Rate. We Were Performing Blacklist Removal and Repairs All Day, Everyday. Use This and Use Your Device Again! 99% Success Rate!

This Service Works with ANY Device Blacklisted By T-Mobile Whether You Purchased The Device In Stores or Not. Works With Any Device That Has An IMEI Number – Android, iPhone, iPad, Tablet, Apple or Samsung SmartWatch, iWatch and/or Hotspot.

This service is not like other T-Mobile Lost & Stolen Unbarring services, this is the most stable, most effective service you will find anywhere in the world. We have mastered this technique and technology yes

Service Details: Remove, Reverse, Repair & Clean a Bad ESN Blacklisted IMEI T-Mobile Device From Lost/Stolen -> Clean/Clear

Models Supported: All models, phones, tablets, watches, hotspots and devices with IMEI number, iPhone and/or Android. Any “unlocked” device that was blacklisted via T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint or any UK Carrier is also supported. Yes, T-Mobile and other carriers can and will blacklist devices that was not originally purchased through their outlets or stores. It’s ok, our listed servers can still remove the blacklist status on your device if you fall under this umbrella.

Service supports T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint & AT&T devices with a Lost or Stolen blacklisted status AND unlocked devices blacklisted due to the Lost/Stolen status classification. The unlock servers can fix this! They can remove the device from the blacklist so the device can be usable again. With our powerful and innovative unbarring server technology we specialize in removing devices from the blacklist at a 99% success rate. We offer the very best online service for this specific blacklist removal & repair and offer a money back guarantee for this service. If your device meets the minimum requirements of being a device that is blacklisted due to the Lost / Stolen status, the unbarring servers can get it back to clean / clear status.

EIP Supported (Equipment Installation Plan) – Meaning If you are making payments (your device is financed) on a device and that device gets blacklisted, use this service to get your device off the blacklist and continue to make payments on the device, using the device as normal with no restrictions.

No refund with the servers if the device shows unpaid bills after clean. If the imei shows “unpaid bills” after service is completed user will need to pay off the bill or the device before it can be used again on service. Your device will be off the blacklist, it will just still show “unpaid bills” in the internal servers or the carrier’s computer system.

*If your device was originally blocked and blacklisted for “non-payment” we can still run this service on your device. The unlock servers have had some success in the past with some devices that were blocked for non-payment but we do not guarantee the unbarring servers services on devices that are blocked for “non-payment” or “fraud” and the servers will not refund money if the device blocked for non-payment or fraud get rejected in the blacklist repair server. The servers only issue a full refund and insure our services for “Lost/Stolen” blacklisted devices. If your device is officially blacklisted as “Lost/Stolen” and the device IMEI gets rejected in the server they would then issue a full 100% refund.

*Once submitted, you CANNOT cancel, NO exception, because it is not possible for you to cancel while the unbarring unlock server is processing in service with your device’s IMEI number.

THE UNBARRING UNLOCK SERVERS DO NOT OFFER A LIFETIME GUARANTEE ON BLACKLIST REMOVAL BECAUSE OF SO MANY OTHER FACTORS THAT COULD HAVE YOUR DEVICE NOT IN SERVICE AFTER WE REMOVE YOUR DEVICE FROM THE BLACKLIST AND GET IT BACK IN THE CLEAN & CLEAR STATUS. SUCH AS UNPAID BILLS ON THE CLIENT’S ACCOUNT OR CUSTOMER’S BEHALF AFTER WE SUCCESSFULLY REMOVED THE DEVICE FROM THE BLACKLIST. WE DID OFFER A GUARANTEE ON THE FACT THAT WE WOULD REMOVE THE BLACKLIST STATUS FROM “LOST/STOLEN” TO “CLEAN/CLEAR” FOR UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS. THE SERVERS CANNOT CONTROL WHAT THE CLIENT DOES TO HIS OR HER DEVICE PAYMENTS AND/OR ACCOUNT AFTER WE GET THE DEVICE USABLE AGAIN. BASICALLY WE GUARANTEED WE WOULD REMOVE THE DEVICE FROM THE BLACKLIST AND AFTER THAT THE DEVICE IS ON YOU, JUST LIKE YOUR DEVICE AND ACCOUNT WAS BEFORE THE DEVICE WAS BLACKLISTED. THE DEVICE WILL NOT AUTOMATICALLY JUST GO BACK TO THE BLACKLIST, BLACKLISTING DOES NOT WORK THAT WAY. THE DEVICE WILL HAVE TO HIT A “TRIGGER” IN ORDER TO GET BLACKLISTED AGAIN. THE CUSTOMER OR USER WOULD HAVE TO MISS PAYMENT OR STOP PAYMENT ON ACCOUNT FOR THE DEVICE TO BE BLACKLISTED AGAIN OR YOU HAVE TO CALL IN AND REPORT THE DEVICE LOST OR STOLEN TO ACTIVATE A BLACKLIST TRIGGER TO HAVE YOUR DEVICE ADDED BACK TO THE BLACKLIST.

*Delivery Time (Wait Time) Avg: 2 – 5 Days. We are experiencing slight delays due to the popularity of this service and the fact that we are submitting a large amount of device IMEI numbers to our servers and the servers are experiencing a “bottleneck” effect. Please be patient, we are working very hard to get each and every device IMEI the proper time and dedication your device deserves to get it removed from the blacklist. The delay does not affect the results, if your device will get removed or not… we still have a 99% success rate. It is just taking a bit longer than normal.

*The estimated time frame of service is just that, an estimated, average time of service or completion. We are fairly accurate although some services can be completed faster than our estimated time frame and some could take longer than the average time frame. It is not a guaranteed time of completion. If the service is still processing we cannot cancel. It is an auto API server. When ordered, the service automatically places the order via our unlocking server and cannot be cancelled. It is completed when the auto API service comes back as “completed” (unlocked) or “rejected” (not unlocked). We only provide refunds for rejected services.

Please note if your device is financed and has unpaid bills it will still show that once unbarring or blacklist removal is done, it will NOT remove your balance or remove any money owed on the specific device or account. It will just remove the device from the blacklist while the financed amount will still be owed to the specific carrier.

*Always Always Always Verify The Original Carrier of the Device & What Carrier Blacklisted the Device. Even if you or the customer think you know who the carrier is… STILL VERIFY IT.

*The Unlock Servers Blacklist Removal Service DOES NOT SUPPORT devices blacklisted via Chimaera Lock Policy enabled.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

1. How do I remove my iPhone/Android from the blacklist?

This service is how.

2. How do I get my phone off the blacklist?

This service will do that.

3. Can I use my phone after the blacklist service is performed?

Yes. We cannot guarantee that your phone will be usable with carrier service due to so many other factors with the client’s cell phone plan or if the device is financed or owes unpaid bills. However, with that being said 9/10 customers are still using their device to this day that was previously removed from the blacklist using our service starting over a few year ago!

4. After a successful blacklist removal service can I trade-in the device at a T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T store for an upgrade to a new device on my account?

Yes, in fact I have personally done this myself many times LoL. Our blacklist cleaning is so accurate that a T-Mobile rep can scan your device IMEI when trading in your device and review the device details and they cannot even tell that the device was ever blacklisted. Your device will be as good as new. The active blacklist will be removed and the history will be removed as well so the carriers will not be able to see it was previously blocked.

5. After a successful Blacklist Removal Service my device still shows up blacklisted on 3rd Party blacklist check websites, why?

The 3rd party IMEI blacklist check websites actually use data that is 2-4 weeks old. How the 3rd party blacklist check websites work is they actually get their data from the carriers and the GSMA database once every month. Their data is not up to date. The only official way to check up to the second data is on the T-Mobile website and checking on the server list since they have access to these internal servers. If you perform a T-Mobile Blacklist removal/repair on your device it will be clean/clear on T-Mobile website and on theirs and our servers. It could take up to 2-4 weeks for your device to show up clean/clear on the 3rd party IMEI blacklist check websites. That is not our fault it is the 3rd party IMEI checker website’s fault and their slow meta data/cache refresh. This only occurs randomly. Most data is pretty close to “up to date” but now and then or 1 out of every 10 devices might take a while to show clean and clear on 3rd party websites.

6. Is blacklist repair/removal the same as “unbarring”?

The removal of your device from the blacklist is also called unbarring in industry terms. It is technically all the same just described by different verbiage. IMEI cleaning, unbarring, blacklist removal, repair, reversal is technically the same thing. It is the action of removing the device’s IMEI off the blacklist and moving it back the the clean and clear status.

7. How do the servers remove a phone IMEI from the blacklist?

We have access to the carrier’s servers and GSMA IMEI Blacklist servers. The Group Special Mobile Association (GSMA) is an association representing the interests of mobile operators and the broader mobile industry worldwide. Through the GSMA IMEI Blacklist service, 119 mobile operators across 41 countries share information on stolen devices every day, to help combat global theft. However, we understand you can purchase a device from a 3rd party unknowingly to you that the device was considered lost/stolen, or if you lost your own device, reported it stolen and then at a later time found your device. We can access these servers and actually remove your T-Mobile device IMEI from this list so your device can be used again. In fact our system is so good at removing devices from the blacklist, the original carrier will never know we, a 3rd party, independent company removed the device from the blacklist. If you look at our picture examples below, when we put your device back in clean/clear status it shows as “Removed By:…” and the carrier name when that was actually us. Again, these powerful unlocking servers we list have access to all the big name carriers computer systems, internal data and servers. You can access, request, deny, grant and command almost any process. This is truly cutting edge innovative unbarring technology at it’s finest. Come experience the very best unlocking servers in the mobile technology industry.

8. After the Service removes the device from the blacklist, will it ever get blacklisted again?

We have never had a case of the device being re-blacklisted… and actually the system and servers do not work like that. 1st of all the specific blacklisting carrier will have no knowledge of the device being removed from the blacklist back to clean/clear. The specific carrier does not get notified that the device went back to clean/clear status. Once the device gets back to clean/clear status from the servers it will stay on the “whitelist” as clean/clear. The only other way a previously serviced device could get back on the blacklist is if you or your client calls the carrier and reports the device lost or stolen OR you stop paying your account/bill.

*CARRIERS CANNOT AND WILL NOT REMOVE A DEVICE THAT IS CURRENTLY ON THE BLACKLIST. EVEN IF IT IS YOUR DEVICE, YOU PAY FOR THE DEVICE, OWN THE DEVICE AND HAVE PROOF OF PAYMENT. IF YOU REPORT THE DEVICE LOST OR STOLEN AND THEN YOU FIND THE DEVICE AT A LATER TIME… THE CARRIERS CANNOT AND WILL NOT REMOVE YOUR DEVICE FROM THE BLACKLIST BACK TO CLEAN AND CLEAR. YOU NOW HAVE THE POWER TO REVERSE THE BLACKLIST. YOU NOW HAVE ACCESS TO THE INTERNAL SERVERS . YOU CAN GET THE DEVICE USABLE AGAIN.

9. Is the term “Blacklisted” the same as: Blocked ESN – Bad ESN – IMEI Cleaning – IMEI Repair

Yes, all of the similar listed above in the question are essentially the same thing. IMEI and ESN are essentially the same thing are are the exact same 15 digit number. So, a blocked ESN is the same thing as a Blacklisted IMEI number. Some people and sites have different terminology for items and/or services but all of these terms are the same exact thing. We stick with the official terminology: “Unbarring” is the process of Blacklist IMEI Repair / Removal.

10. Is this Blacklist Removal Service even legal?

Yes. Simply put, the removal of the device from the original carrier’s blacklist is 100% legal. You will not void your device’s warranty. You will not get in trouble from your carrier. You will not be penalized for removing the device from the lost/stolen blacklist to the clean/clear “whitelist”.

11. Will my device be unlocked after this service is performed successfully?

The blacklist removal service will not network sim unlock the device. The blacklist removal service and the network unlock service are two separate services. What this service does is move your device IMEI status back to clean and clear status so you can use the device again with the original carrier. Now if the device was originally network sim unlocked before it was blacklisted then it will be network sim unlocked again after the service. If the device was not network sim unlocked before getting blacklisted it will still only be usable on the original carrier. However, we can definitely network sim unlock the device after the blacklist removal service is successful to make it usable on any network worldwide. The blacklist removal just gets the device IMEI back in good standing status with T-Mobile so it can be used again on T-Mobile or a T-Mobile MVNO. If you want to use the device on a different carrier such as AT&T or Verizon a network unlock service will need to be performed on the device once this blacklist removal service is completed.

12. Do you change my device’s IMEI number or issue my device a new IMEI number with this service?

No, we do not. Your device will have the same IMEI number after the service as it does before the service. Our method of “repairing” the device IMEI is cultivated from cutting edge cloud and server based technology. We do not change the device IMEI. CHANGING A DEVICE’S IMEI OR ESN NUMBER IS AGAINST THE LAW AND WE STRONGLY DISCOURAGE AGAINST THIS METHOD. WE DO NOT SUPPORT ISSUING A DEVICE A NEW IMEI OR ESN NUMBER.

13. Does this Bad ESN Repair service work with factory unlocked devices, devices not originally purchased from a carrier?

Yes. If your device is an “unlocked” model, meaning it was purchased unlocked (sim unlocked, no sim restrictions), not tied to any specific carrier and it was blacklisted via T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint or AT&T you can still fix that device. Even if your device was originally a Verizon device and it was blacklisted by T-Mobile you can still repair your device. Just simply run the service under whoever blacklisted the device. So if a Verizon iPhone 14 Pro was blacklisted by Tmobile you will need to run the Unbarring Service (Blacklist IMEI Repair/Bad ESN Removal) with the T-Mobile Unbarring Service. T-Mobile is the carrier that blacklisted the device, so you will need to order the T-Mo Unb Service and essentially tell the servers to route the unbarring via T-Mobile servers.

14. Will Blacklist Removal Unbarring service work on currently financed devices from Tmobile?

YES! The service does support EIP devices (Equipment Installation Plan) – Meaning If you are making payments (your device is financed) on a device and that device gets blacklisted, use this service to get your device off the blacklist and continue to make payments on the device, using the device as normal with no restrictions.

15. If my financed device was blocked due to non payment will this service clear or wipe the money owed or balanced on the device?

NO! This blacklist removal service will not wipe out or remove any balance owed on your T-Mobile account or on the Tmobile device financed amount owed. This service will remove the device IMEI number from the blacklist so it will show as “clean” when the IMEI is searched but there will be still a balance associated with your T-mobile account and tied to that specific device. We cannot guarantee your device will work after our services are used with a device that was blocked due to a non-payment. Some clients reported that their device worked (calls, text, data) after our service and some reported back that their device was still not able to receive Tmobile service after the service was performed. However, the client that reported back that the device was still unable to receive carrier services mentioned that the device was showing up as a clean device when scanned and we can confirm this as we also looked in the matter for him.

16. How did my phone get blocked? How did my phone get reported lost or stolen? How did my phone get reported stolen when i have it?

There are many reasons why a device might get reported lost or stolen. Most cases we have seen where a phone gets blocked, reported lost or stolen out of thin air is by pure accident. If you have your phone and are using it and then the next thing you know it is blocked or not getting data service it is because your device was reported lost and stolen. Now, we have had a number of customers this has happened to. The only thing we can make sense of it is when a different or random person was reporting their device lost/stolen they got one or two numbers mixed up or incorrect in the device IMEI number when reporting the device stolen. Another common reason is a relationship breakup where one of the parties maliciously reports the other’s device lost or stolen as some sort of pay back. That is another common occurrence we see unfortunately. No matter the reason, we understand this is frustrating but it can be fixed. If this has happened to you, please order the service and we should have it repaired and back to normal or back on the clean and clear list in a few short days. If you are still unsure of what happened, please submit the device IMEI (1) number to our device IMEI scan check. We can see when it was blacklisted (date and time) and what is was blacklisted or blocked for.


Terms of Service and Important Information:

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE ORDER WITH THE SERVERS

  • This Is Auto API Service. Orders Will Go In Process Immediately After Submission
  • While In Process It Is Not Possible To Cancel
  • Sometimes Due To Some Global Issues, Orders Delay. Please Cooperate With Us We Will Get It Processed ASAP
  • If You Have Questions Please Contact Us Before You Place An Order

TYPES OF BLACKLIST STATUS THE SERVERS SUPPORT:

+ US Block Status: Reported Unrecoverable by Insurance

+ US Block Status: Reported Lost by Insurance

+ US Block Status: Reported Stolen by Insurance

+ US Block Status: Reported Lost by Carrier Customer

+ US Block Status: Reported Stolen by Carrier Customer

+ US Block Status: Reported Stolen Not Delivered or Undelivered

TYPES OF BLACKLIST STATUS THE SERVERS DO NOT SUPPORT:

+ US Block Status: Blocked For Non-Payment

+ US Block Status: Blocked For Fraud


SERVERS THAT SUPPORT BLACKLIST REPAIR (UNBARRING)

DIRECT CODES 

https://www.directcodes.org/

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Email: admin@gsmunlockusa.com 

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CODES 4 UNLOCKER

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IMEI GURU RESELLER

https://imeigurusreseller.com/

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Telegram: https://t.me/imeigurusclient_bot   (orders) https://t.me/imeigurus   (updates) https://t.me/imeigurusservices  

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PHONE STYLE SERVER

https://phonestyleserver.com/

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Telegram: https://t.me/PhoneStyleServerSupport  (Randy Despartero, Owner)

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ANYCODE RESELLERS

https://www.anycoderesellers.com

Credit/Debit Card + USDT Tether TRC20

Telegram: https://t.me/AnycodeUnlock + Bot/Order 

https://t.me/anycoderesellers_bot Status   

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UnlocksPro.com

https://www.unlockspro.com

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Telegram: https://t.me/unlockspro_client  + https://t.me/unlockspro_com  (updates, news)