Yes, you can sell them. Sometimes they get more than retail from an auction site because some people buy them to use for less than legal purposes, and they don't want to provide any info to Bell.
True, but it will still be listed under your account.barter said:When I sold my receivers in the past I called Bell myself, and gave them the name of the buyer. Wether or not the buyer uses the receiver for illegal purposes doesn't matter, I'am not resposible for it.
Maybe but what is the big deal. Don't matter.True, but it will still be listed under your account.
Which makes sense cause if someone broke into your house and stole your receiver, they shouldn't be allowed to activate it.flexo96 said:I sold my 6000 on Ebay last summer after I picked up the 9200. The buyer who lived in a Manitoba sent me an email saying that Bell would not activate the receiver because it was still under my account. I called bell and told them I had sold the receiver and gave them the name of the person who now owns it. I received a second email from the buyer saying he had no problem activating the 6000 after my conversation with bell.
I bought a receiver on a construction site 5 years ago from a guy named Jack the ironworker, I do not know anything else about him after the job finished I called to activate the receiver they asked for the name of the first owner I told them what I stated above,they said they could give me the name of the owner and I could call and get them to call Bell and release the receiver, I said if you ever give my name out to anyone for any reason I will involve my lawyer, if they want they can make that call and get a release that was up to them.I said if they did not want activate I could go to *choice they said they would activate but if the first owner wanted the receiver back they would involve me.barter said:That's right, Expressvu will not activate receiver's listed under someone else's name. The owner must call to transfer ownership.
Not true, I currently have more than 6 receiver's registered to me, but only 6 active receiving programming. You can have more than 6 receivers registered, but only allowed to have 6 active. Two Bell CSR 's I have talked to have confirmed this. There is no limit of the number receivers that canbe registered to your name.Today 10:48 AM
peano Also, if you currently have three receivers active and sold three others in the past and the buyers never activated them, you still have six receivers on your account according to Bell and cannot add any more.
My doing this you are transfering ownership to the buyer. Expressvu will just make a note in their database that the reciver is sold, thus the buyer can activate it on their account.All I told bell was I want to de-activate it and it has been sold.
OK, I'll bite. You've been using the receiver for 5 years without activating it? Maybe Bell should be calling their lawyer.That was 5 years ago it was a 2700 and I have bought other models since but the $10 2700 is the only one I never had a problem with.