“Hi, I hope you don’t mind me asking but I was given this phone that I believe you lost and I’m just using it for 2 weeks whilst mine is repaired but I am unable to use it without the password for iCloud is it possible to get it so I can sign out and into my own account,” the message read. “Thank you in advance xx.”
The apparently naive original owner of the iPhone didn’t send the password, but did agree to pay $6.60 (five British pounds) to cover the cost of sending the handset back — only for the thief to keep the money, fail to mail out the iPhone, and then block the device’s owner… More at Cult of Mac.
The age old battle between those who try to see the good in people and those are are just scumbags. Sadly the scumbag won in this case.