Ipod touch delivered to wrong house, ok to register?

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  1. Jinxx macrumors newbie

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    A couple days ago a 16g ipod touch was dilivered to my house by mistake, i decided to start using it assuming the rightful recipient would have no problem getting it replaced. should i register it? It looks like it was bought from apple already by a rewards program, and sent out again. Im not sure how far the delivery company/apple would go to track a $300 device or if apple would give out my info?

    Also do you think its naive to look at it this way, i dont want the real owner to be out an ipod


    Any feedback appreciated,
    Thanks,
    Mike
     
  2. MacBoobsPro macrumors 603

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    Er... so you opened someone elses mail?

    Me thinks that's illegal.
     
  3. arkitect macrumors 601

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    It is wrong, wrong, wrong.

    And naive is not the word I would use for you…

    :mad:
     
  4. dukebound85 macrumors P6

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    you cant be serious:cool:

    you have broken a few laws there bud. prepare to get in some trouble legally. in fact its a federal felony

    I mean its
     
  5. VSMacOne macrumors 601

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    Yup I think it's definitely against the law.
    You should've taken it back and made sure it got to the right place. If they can back track it to you, it might cause you some headache.
     
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  7. WinterMute Moderator emeritus

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    I think you have you answer, your best course of action would be to claim it was opened in error and give it to it's rightful owner.

    Then go and see if you can find some moral backbone from somewhere.
     
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