Sprint - Violation of Privacy
iPhone 4 - Complaint
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK -- On Wednesday February 29th 2012 at aprox 5:30pm I turned in a apple iPhone for a buy back to the Sprint store located at 5243 kings please suite A8U Brooklyn, New York. I was helped by a sales associate named Miosoti. The iPhone I was turning in had been disconnected since December of 2011. There were contacts n pictures still stored in the phone. Miosoti explained to me that once she transferred my contacts the phone would be reset and wiped clean of anything in its memory. On March 1st I received a call from a friend claiming to have received pictures and photos of text messages from the phone I had turned in the previous day. The pictures were sent at 8:46pm. More than 3 hours after I left the store. I was greatly upset and had to leave my job in fear that all my photos were being leaked out of my previous phone. A phone that I was told by Miosoti was wiped clean of all my information. The pictures were sent to a young lady named Julisa. Whom I am not friends with or have had any contact with ever. I was told by her boyfriend Jesus that she had come into possession of my photos. I was told that the chain of possession of my phone passed through Miosoti and one of two technicians named Nancy or Cynthia. When I asked Miosoti she also mentioned a technician named "Alex" . I am honestly scared that my pictures were leaked to more than one person and I want some form of action taken. What happened to me was a violation of privacy. How can I trust Sprint as my service provider when my private pictures and messages are being distributed to the public by an employee of your company?