Hi, A few weeks ago, I noticed a MacBook Pro on my Find iPhone app that I did not recognize. I asked someone I share an Apple family if they knew anything about this, and he pointed out it was listed under my devices. It was not geographically close to me and showed it as being online periodically over a few days. I called Apple support and they told me they cannot see devices on accounts and they said they couldn't provide me with any additional information about this. So I figured this might be a breach of my apple ID or some strange bug. I locked the device and changed my apple ID password. I put the message up 'Who's computer is this?' and I leave my phone number. I don't hear anything, but do see that the device comes online periodically. After a week, the owner of the computer texted me. He tells me that they bought the computer refurbished from Newegg. They took it to the apple store and told him there is nothing they can do. They told him they cannot remove the device from anyone else's Find iPhone functionality. I confirmed with him that it's a 2014 macbook pro. That computer I had was a lemon and after many issues Apple agreed to replace it with a new 2017 macbook pro. I sent the 2014 macbook pro directly to Apple after they sent me my 2017 replacement machine. I gave him the code, and now there's now apparently there's no space for him to enter it (?) I can't find a single forum thread or post about such a scenario happening anywhere except this one post: https://www.reddit.com/r/applehelp/comments/286ezo/refurbished_ipad_registered_to_someone_else_not/ Is this an insane breach of security and privacy, or am I being a dumb dumb and missing something? Did Apple forget to wipe this Macbook Pro? I definitely do not have any MacBook Pros floating around that I forgot about or sold second hand!