Stolen cam

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  • Elizabeth Swoope

    Unless it’s a Ghost model GC-G4Gb, there is no way to track it. That is very strange. 

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  • John Lockburner

    I would say the best thing to do is keep the camera active and hope you get a picture of something or someone identifiable. 

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  • Jim Gonzalez

    Is there a way to get info from the next guy to try and register it in their name or at least make it possible to stop registration because of stolen camera ?

     

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  • John Lockburner

    Contact Spartan and let them know the camera was stolen and they will get the cameras information from you and keep an eye out for someone trying to register the camera. Like I mentioned to Jeff, if it was me I'd keep the camera active and see if you get a picture of the thief or some way to identify him/her. It's it's a GPS model Ghost then you should be able to track the camera down. If it is a Ghost with GPS I would contact the police and let them deal with it.

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  • Elizabeth Swoope

    To add to what Johnny said, if you are getting your data from Spartan, notifying Spartan tech support is all you need to do. If your camera is on your cell phone account or an AT&T Buy-A-Session account, you’ll need to contact the cell carrier and report the camera stolen to prevent someone from registering it to their account. Most carriers won’t let you use the IMEI more than once, but AT&T doesn’t seem to care. In theory, an AT&T camera that’s on Buy-A-Session might be able to be registered to another account as long as it’s a different SIM.

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  • Becky / Jim Gleason

    Our camera, too, has gone home with a turkey hunter.  And I thought they were all such gentlemen!  We are with Verizon coverage.  Do you have any knowledge of how they handle registrations, vs AT&T?  Until then, we will continue our data plan and hope he makes himself known. Thanks.   

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  • John Lockburner

    I don't know how they handle it but I would contact them and maybe there's a way they can note the SIM and IMEI number in case someone tries to register it

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