Is Unlockmaker a Scam? Review of Free Online Unlocker App

Unlockmaker located at unlockmaker.com is a scam. They take all your info (name, address, card#, CVV, expiration date) and then either give you a code that you can do NOTHING with. Or, after entering your credit card info, it says oops! Something went wrong. Please try again later. There are other ways to unlock your iPhones! Don't waste your time or your credit card info on this Unlockmaker. I can't believe they haven't been shut down already!

Is Unlockmaker a Scam? Review of Free Online Unlocker App

About Unlockmaker Free Online Unlocker App

Unlockmaker located at unlockmaker.com

Although they say you can join for free, they want your credit card details to confirm who you are, but you end up with no unlock code so you cancel your membership straight away, only to find out that money has been taken off your credit card. So much for free membership.

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  • July 25, 2021 at 4:58 PM by an anonymous user from: Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, California, United States

    The website is a scam. They will ask for your credit card number and take payment of 2-3 dollars. Then send you the random bul%%hit code. The funny thing is once you get the code you cant enter it on their website. There is no button to click. The whole thing is just a scam. Stay away

  • July 25, 2021 at 4:57 PM by an anonymous user from: New York, United States

    I was holding the same activation-locked iPhone. I used a card that I always keep active but will not allow any transactions without my approval. I followed the guide to the letter to no avail. I even tried three separate times but still, my iPhone is a paperweight. Leaving me to feel stupid three times instead of just once. No money lost just the time that I can never get back. So many ways these days for scammers to thieve you. Unless you have time to waste save yourself the frustration and just throw the phone away.

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Is Unlockmaker a Scam? Review of Free Online Unlocker App