Aurelio 08:46 PM, Jan 25, 2023
Hello and Good day,
My Redmi Note 11 IMEI: 867654065551182 got stolen on Divisoria and that's happened on January 22, 2023 around 3:32pm. Please help me NTC to track my phone or blocked it to avoid leakage of my personal info because I'm just a student and that's what I use on my studies and daily life plus my mom brought it for me as a present for being a top honor student. Please if you'll track and see or get my phone back I would really appreciated it and I promised to take care of it more from now on. I'm traumatized already... Please help me.
Daquioag 10:48 AM, Jan 26, 2023
January 26, 2023
Dear Ms Eiri Saki Aurelio,
Thank you for your request dated Jan 25, 2023 08:46:24 PM under Executive Order No. 2 (s. 2016) on Freedom of Information in the Executive Branch.
You request for PLEASE TRACK MY PHONE USING IMEI IF NOT KINDLY BLOCK IT ASAP!!!!!.
Response to Request
This office determined that your request is a frontline service transaction and is not considered an FOI request. However, to extend our services, be informed that NTC has no capability to locate/track the stolen/lost cellphone.
For complaints on TEXT SCAM, illegal and threatening messages you may visit the website at www.ntc.gov.ph for you to lodge your complaint.
For postpaid subscribers you may report your lost cellphone unit immediately to the concerned service provider and also to the following contact details for us to request it to other service providers for blocking:
Consumer Welfare and Protection Division (CWPD)
National Telecommunications Commission,
BIR Road East Triangle, Diliman Quezon City.
Telephone Number: 02-89213251: 02-89267722: 02-89204464
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also for a complaint regarding poor services of telecommunications, radio/TV broadcast, and cable services and unfair billing statements, after fifteen(15) workings days that you filed your complaint to the concerned company and there is no action taken to your complaint, you may also report it to the above contact details.
For your convenience and further details, you may call first the above telephone numbers, it is available from Monday-Friday 8:00 AM-5:00 PM. You may also visit the website of NTC at www.ntc.gov.ph, for you to know the addresses of the NTC Regional Offices closer to your location where you can file your complaints regarding telecommunications services.
You are also advised not to disclose the IMEI No. of your lost cellphone in this portal but you may submit it directly to the concerned service provider or to NTC Office nearest to your location.
Further, for the NTC, to accept your request for blocking of lost/stolen cellphone, submit the following requirements:
1. Duly accomplished and notarized AFFIDAVIT OF OWNERSHIP AND LOSS WITH UNDERTAKING
[Form No. NTC 1-24]download at www.ntc.gov.ph
Note: The Affidavit of Loss must indicate the IMEI of the mobile phone and/or the SIM to be blocked.
2. Proof of Ownership, ANY of the following:
2.1 Copy of Official Receipt of the mobile phone
2.2 Box of the mobile phone with International Mobile Equipment
3. Copy of valid Identification
3.1 Any government-issued ID or Passport
3.2 For students, school ID
3.3 For cases when ID is not available, Birth Certificate OR NBI
Supporting Documents for Representative(s)
1. Authorization letter duly signed by the applicant and valid ID of the authorized representative.
Your right to request a review:
If you are unhappy with this response to your FOI request, you may ask us to carry out an internal review of the response by writing to:
National Telecommunications Commission
BIR Road East Triangle Diliman Quezon City
Your review request should explain why you are dissatisfied with this response and should be made within 15 calendar days from the date when you received this letter. We will complete the review and tell you the result within 30 calendar days from the date when we receive your review request.
If you are not satisfied with the result of the review, you then have the right to appeal to the Office of the President under Administrative Order No. 22 (s. 2011).
In conclusion, we would also encourage you to copy the link below and open it to your URL or address locator for you to access the Feedback Survey, for us to know how we assisted/served you.
DIVINA N. DAQUIOAG