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Dubai police seize 1,900 fake telecoms devices

Posted by: Carlene.salestar
3 Jun 2013
Fake devices cause problems for everyone, from the consumer to the manufacturer to the retailer, resulting in a loss of income and satisfaction all round. Retailers need to make sure they are looking after customers and retaining their revenue. www.salestar.co.uk - tracks IMEI numbers making sure the devices are valid. salestar connect also records when there are multiple faults from a particular model, brand or product provider - so you know exactly what is going on with your stock.





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