Hi everyone, Don't think this is a noob question, but maybe it is. I swapped my old Mac Mini for a 2010 Macbook Pro. Everything was legit. We met initially and he showed me the laptop, which is is fantastic condition. I sent vids and pics of the Mini booting up and the specs info and everything. We made the exchange tonight and no problems at all so far, but I see he hasn't removed the serial number from his Apple Support profile. I went to add it to my profile and it says it's already tied to another Apple ID. Now, no iCloud issues or Find my Mac issues or anything - nothing's locked, but I just want to know - if it's still on his Apple Support Profile, could I foresee any issues down the road? The guy was super nice and didn't even ask to see my Mini in person working (so he probably just took a chance that it was in good working order and everything, which it was). He said he even owned a few Minis and that he didn't use this MBP anymore since he works on a laptop all day. He wanted to use my Mini for a HTPC type of thing. I've made quite a few swaps and sales/buys on Craigslist, so I'm no stranger to that. I'm always careful and meet in public places and everything, so no worries. Perhaps we should have met in an Apple Store for this, but it's whatever at this point. Again, no locking or anything, I just want to know if I can expect or even have potential problems down the road. Thanks and please don't flame me for the Craigslist thing lol. --- Post Merged, Oct 3, 2016 --- Hope this is the right section... A little "lit", as the kids say these days, and couldn't find a better forum lol.