SM-N900T 32gb Storage

Omer San Gabriel

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Hi guys. I just want to have a quick feedback regarding this. An officemate of my friend is offering an Note 3 (SM-N900T) to me for 295$ but i'm not quite sure if it is legit. I got straight to T-Mobile section because she is saying that is an N900T model which after i googled belongs to T-Mobile. She send me some pictures but i'm still in doubt of it. So can you please give me a screenshot of the storage status of an 32gb Note 3 because hers looks like this.

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What about it makes you suspicious? How about asking for a screenshot of the Settings>About Phone page, with the model number and serial number, etc.?
 

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Something to be wary of, there are cases of ppl buying a phone, being told by the seller that it was fully paid off. After they buy it, and the seller disappears, they find that it's not paid off, and they can't pay it off. Or it's blocked in some nefarious way.

I think you can confirm if it's in good stead by contacting TMo directly. Here are some other links: Check IMEI - IMEI.info How to Know if an IMEI Is Clean | Everyday Life - Global Post

The seller may be entirely honorable, but better safe than sorry!