“I order for sim unlock on July 13th to sim unlock and already withdraw 17.99 dollars. Still, they didn't update my request or even I sent several emails they even didn't reply to my email. It's completely a junk/scam. Please don't order sim unlock.net”
Please note this is a scam they charge a fee of £23.00 as a pre order, then you will get another charge up to £70 to actually unlock your phone. they are not a British company they are registered in Belize! this is a pure scam please do not give them your money.
Also they offer you money to give a good Trustpilot review don't be fooled by them”
“AVOID AVOID!!!!! I would give them no stars if I could! They say the price to unlock is £23.99!! If they say £23.99 then you pay £23.99 right........NOOOO!!! After paying £23.99 they then ask for another amount of £20.00 and then another amount of £30. The phone is still not unlocked!! Such a scam!! I'm angry with myself for not reading reviews. I went by Trust Pilot and it gave glowing reviews. Will never use Trust Pilot again!”
“Do not use these people. They're scammers. Charge you £19.99 to unlock your phone, which then turns into £23.99, to wait over 24hours for the unlock code, to receive the email demanding more money for the code, a further £28.99 to be exact. Never again!!!”
“These guys are thieves paid the initial £19.99 then was given another bill of 39.99 to actually unlock phone. So what did I pay for initially? This site should be shut down as it is against the law to claim to deliver a service and not deliver. They have scammed so many innocent people and don't know why their SEO on Google is the highest. Google and other search engines should scrap them from their list if the government does nothing against this scam. . Oh and by the way don't bother calling no one picks up.”
“STAY AWAY!!! Don't use Official Sim Unlock!! The reivews on their site are false!
They quote for a service saying they can unlock your phone, then when you have paid £24 thery send an email saying you have paid for a "pre-unlock" service, tell you they make and model of your phone then request a second payment of £80 to actually unlock it.
Total crooks, have emailed back and forth and they quote a deliberately obscure paragraph in their terms and conditions.”
I was so stupid. I SHOULD KNOW THEY ARE SCAMMERS, their paypal address is enquires(AT)paydisputes.com
I've Paid 18.00 EUR up front then asked to pay another 129,00 EUR to get the code.
BEWARE OF THEIR FAKE UNLOCKING WEBSITES:
“Like many others here, I have fallen foul of this initial £23.99 payment only to be informed that this was just for "pre-checks" and the actual unlocking fee is ANOTHER £48. Interestingly, the pre-check report confirms everything I already knew anyway and is totally bloody irrelevant!
In my particular case, I was aware that the old Galaxy S7 I had was locked to Vodafone and if I simply put a SIM in it (cheap PAYG) and made it operational again for 30 days, I could then request a FREE unlock from Vodafone using their online form.
Because I wanted to get this process completed within a couple of days, I decided to pay the £23.99 and get it sorted....stupid mistake.
These thieves are hiding a total rip-off operation behind a cleverly designed website which falsely leads you to believe that you will get your phone unlocked for the prices they advertise.... not a chance in hell.
I doubt there is a single person that has used this site that hasn't had to pay the "possible additional charges".
Immoral operation that should be shut down by Trading Standards for deliberately misleading people.”