iCloud Unlock Scam Websites You Should Avoid

We know you’ve already tried a lot of softwares or services to iCloud unlock your Apple device (that’s one of the reasons we’ve created iCloud Unlocker Tool) and lost your time or money. Even most “legit” services like iphoneimei.net or officialiphoneunlock.co.uk can’t bypass iCloud activation. Yes, they are good at sim unlock your cell phone, but as we said they don’t have a “method” to unlock iCloud lock or remove an Apple ID.

Below you’ll find a list of all websites that pretend to bypass iCloud. Most of them are promoting a software, just like we do, and others offers iCloud removal service that cost. In any way you will lost your time and money. You will never get a refund. Even you want to try any of these services, be sure to check their FAQ page.

Ok, let’s see all the websites you should avoid before thinking to bypass icloud activation or use any of icloud remover tool. We are updating this list weekly, so if you already found an website that are NOT in this list, just comment below and we’ll add to this list.

appleicloudunlock.com
appleiphoneios.blogspot.com
appunlock.com
blog.unlockbase.com
bypassicloudactivation.tools
bypassicloudlockios.com
bypassios7activationlock.com
chronicunlocks.com
clearicloud.com
doulci-activator.com
duolci.com
emergencyunlocks.com
extremeunlockers.com
findmyicloudid.com
fix-icloud.com
freeicloudunlock.com
gadgetwide.com
icloudcowboy.com
iCloudDnsBypass.com
icloudfix.net
icloudfreedom.com
icloud-iunlock.com
icloudme.info
icloudphoneremoving.blogspot.com
icloudremovalservice.tools
icloudremovaltool.blogspot.com
icloudremovaltools.com
icloud-remover.com
icloudremover.org
icloudunblocking.blogspot.com
icloudunlock.biz
icloudunlock.com
icloud-unlocker.com
icloudunlockerservice.com
icloudunlocktool.com
icloudunlocktools.com
idevice.eu.pn
ifastunlock.com
ih7sn0w.blogspot.com
iktaha-unlock.com
imei-server.com
imeisource.com
iphonegsxunlock.wordpress.com
iphoneimei.net
iphoneunlockguys.com
iphoneunlockpro.co
isunlock.com
iunlockicloudlock.com
iunlockserver.com
jailbreakremove.com
jgunlock.com
gmunlocker.com
gsmhosting.co
gsmicloudunlocker.com
legitunlockingcodes.com
letsunlockiphone.services
myicloud.info
myimeiunlock.com
newsden.us
officialiphoneunlock.co.uk
pasha4ur.org.ua
phoneunlockside.com
phonestyleserver.com
rebelsimcard.com
removeicloudlock.co
rightclickgsm.com
snunlockers.com
theofficialunlocks.com
tronixunlocks.com
unlockboot.com
unlockdestination.com
unlockfusion.com
unlockicloud.com
unlock-icloud.com
unlockicloud.info
unlockicloud.org
unlockicloud24.com
unlockicloudlock.com
unlockingfox.com
unlocklight.com
unlockline.com
unlocks247.com
unlockserverservice.com
unlocksigma.com
unlockstar.net

We have spent hours and even days to try these softwares or services for a legitimate bypass activation lock “method”, and didn’t find any. Please feel free to comment below if you got cheated by any of those “services” or others.

 

 

 

Comments & Responses

2 Responsesso far.

  1. dvd_920 says:

    Bought an iPhone5 that was happened to be iCloud locked. After looking at my options, I came across iPhoneIMEI.net, which seemed legit at the time (many positive reviews on trustpilot and blogs). Perhaps those reviews were for other services or a set up, because the iCloud unlock service from iPhoneIMEI would not be applicable for most buyers and you won’t get a refund – instead a crappy voucher that you won’t be able use.

    So after paying for the service, I got a long e-mail a few days later that includes the following content:

    We attempted to remove your iCloud locked device from the previous owner’s account but were unable to do so as the iCloud Account associated with the iDevice is unfortunately marked by Apple as Lost/Stolen. This does NOT necessarily mean that the iPhone has been reported lost to the carrier – this is something totally different. It means the device/iCloud account has been reported using FindMyiPhone.

    and a screenshot of their terms and conditions stating:

    Devices in “Lost Mode” or handsets which are reported Lost/Stolen to the carrier are currently incompatible with this service. We are unable to check the status of a device on our end initially until the service has been attempted, and we must be clear that no refunds can be made in this case. Premium service for such lost/stolen devices is made available from time to time.

    Yet, the e-mail also included another line completely contradicted the above:

    There are numerous services such as http://cleancheck.me (FREE) which can be used to identify Lost/Stolen handsets.

    I guess iPhoneIMEI.NET is basically saying, “we don’t want to check the status of your device until we perform the service, so that we don’t have to give you a refund, but here is a link to do so for making the payment”.

    After that I came across icloudunlockertool.com (a friend told me about iCloud Unlocker Tool) and resolved to bypass icloud activation on my iPhone 5. So thank you guys, you did a great job!

  2. Romanas says:

    NO COMMUNICATION !!!!!!!!!!!
    Status on hold, no reponse by email
    IphoneImei reponds only in TrustPilot :

    “Kindly email supports @ iphoneimei.net and the team can help wth any issue you may have (Trustpilot.com)”!

    But no answer to email at all!
    No unlock and no refund (75GBP) from 2016-09-21

    Order num #2964215
    Amount £75.00
    IMEI 352031064837320
    Network / Service Tracfone USA
    Order Status On Hold
    Model
    iPhone 5S
    Description Unlock iPhone 5S Unlock USA Tracfone iPhone (USA carriers)
    Order created at 2016-09-21 08:57:59
    Order last update 2017-01-10 22:35:59
    Ask you for refund. (75 GBP).
    iPhoneIMEI.Net

    Reply from iPhoneIMEI.Net

    Published Tuesday, March 14, 2017
    If you have purchased on our website then please email supports…iphoneimei.net with any questions you may have and the team can help.

    NO COMMUNICATION !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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