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Fake Unlock And Jailbreak Websites You Must Stay Away From

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Fake Unlock And Jailbreak Websites You Must Stay Away From

As most of you know... The Internet contains a lot of scam websites that pretend they will help you with your device, but they are just a group of scammers.. One of the biggest problem in the jailbreak community today, apart from piracy, is the growing amount of scammers. These are sites or services that promise to provide users with jailbreak and unlock solutions, in return for money or other malicious intent.
Most of scam websites are very misleading, claiming to do things such as “jailbreak iOS 6.1.4″ or “downgrade from iOS 6 to iOS 5″—which we all know aren’t possible yet. So we’re highlighting some of these sites in order to warn users to avoid them…

Today you are very lucky, because I've got for you a group of list for the popular fake unlock and jailbreak websites which you must stay away from and never pay a cent for them.. Because you will not get anything...

  • ineedjailbreak.com – Sells evasi0n / redsn0w for $24.95
  • ios-6-1-4-jailbreak.com – Survey scam
  • ipadjailbreak3.com – Forwards to jailbreakunlock.org
  • iphone5break.com – Sells unspecified tool for $49.99
  • iphonejailbreakplus.- Sells evasi0n / redsn0w for $29.95
  • iphonejailbreak-unlock.com – Sells unspecified tool for $27.00
  • jailbreakios7untethered.com – Survey scam, all set up in advance for iOS 7
  • jailbreak-my-ipad.org – Sells evasi0n / redsn0w for $29.95 per month
  • jailbreak-team.com – Sells an unspecified tool for $29.99
  • jailbreakunlock.org – Sells evasi0n / redsn0w for $14.95
  • latestiphoneunlock.com – Sells an unspecified tool for $9.95 or $29.95
  • pod2gblog.blogspot.com – Copy of pod2g’s blog
  • purpletools.wordpress.com – sells PurpleRestore and other internal tools at high price promising they’ll allow to downgrade any device/firmware and to install any firmware on any device
And there are many, many more.

I can’t begin to tell you what a great tool this is. I get questions and comments from readers and Twitter followers all the time asking about these services and if they’re real.
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