Sold my macbook scam

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by Glacial76, Apr 25, 2015.

  1. Glacial76 macrumors newbie

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    Hi, i just sold my macbook pro to buy rMacbook, or so i thought. We have a big site selling things here in Sweden, and i thought it would be ok. It was he pay the money on delivery, and have 24 hours to inspect. Well for him its perfecly safe, me not so much i supose.

    Now he emails me telling me letters swedish letter Ö and M not working and several other keys are glitching. Since i been using the computer till the day i reset and reinstall it for him to just enter icloud account.

    I wonder is there any way for me to prove thrue online history that the computer was used ? Safari or in onenote. Even when i sold the computer i wrote the add on the macbook.

    Can i call apple support perhaps, is there anyway to prove the computer was working the day i sent it ? I did make a small video, but ofcourse didnt think about hitting every damn key for proof.

    Thats probably 1000 dollar i lost on my late 2013 macbook, or worst have it sent back to me broken , got damn :(

    I had the email correspondance on the macbook, but i guess it doesnt show anywhere in the mail it was sent from this and that computer ?
     
  2. mrkramer macrumors 603

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    Hope that they send it back and check the serial number so you know they didn't switch it with one that was already broken. And next time you sell something insist on the money beforehand.
     
  3. Glacial76 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    But is there anyway to bind example safari or email to the MacBook. Then it's at least easy to prove the computer worked.
     
  4. Gwendolini macrumors 6502

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    If the "buyer" did not erase the MBP, you could use Console to see the various logs, though it will not log keyboard entries that precise.
     

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