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Looks Used, but in Poor condition. Provide explanation. Has Damage. Provide explanation. Equipment is Refurbished, per the contact. Take close-ups of damaged areas. S/N Viewed Code SERIAL/VIN CODE Definition and Required Information VIEWED The serial number was viewed on the manufacturer s plate/tag, on box label (if viewed in a sealed box), or equipment frame. The code does not need to be accurate this only indicates that a manufacturer s plate/tag was viewed. If a serial number does not match, select discrepancy YES and status code (Information Collected) and enter the correct number in the Serial/VIN viewed. COLLECTED S/N was not provided on order but was obtained from the equipment during inspection. Refer to the status code (Information Obtained) for additional instructions. EQUIPMENT PLACEMENT S/N cannot be viewed due to location of the equipment. Please ask the contact if equipment can be repositioned before selecting this option. Provide explanation in comments. CANNOT FIND ON UNIT Cannot find S/N on the equipment after strategically searching. Ask the contact for assistance before selecting this option. Provide explanation in comment field. NO SERIAL/VIN Unit does not have a serial/VIN displayed (i.e., No serial number assigned, manufacture s tag removed) DAMAGED TAG S/N is worn out, faded, scratched, etc. to the point it is illegible. Provide explanation in comments. UNCOMMON This is a situation where you have doubts about the legitimacy of the serial number plate/tag such as removed, scratched off on purpose; serial number plate/tag has been tampered with, altered, in some way that is unusual (i.e. S/N is handwritten, S/N is marked on tape or a paper tag, etc.) Provided explanation in comment field. Note: Refurbished equipment can appear new. Most leasing companies will only finance brand new equipment. Be more observant when dealing with restaurants, manufacturing or construction equipment, computers, and office furniture.
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Genuinsight Equipment Inspection Guidelines 13 Serial numbers are extremely important to the client. Since this is a unique number, if there is an issue of any sort with item it can be easily identified. Serial numbers (as well as make and model numbers) are a form of identification for the client and manufacture of product. There are some cases where finance or leasing companies needs to file or modify equipment ownership documents based on the serial numbers reported in our report. If a serial number is reported incorrectly this could mean that our client does not legally own the equipment being financed. This could create serious consequences for Genuinsight and the inspector could be held financially liable for the loss incurred by the financing company. If you are unsure about serial number or it s not clear due to wear or positioning, this must be reported in the report. Serial numbers are unique numbers assigned by the manufacturer to identify unit and should not be made up or assumed if serial number is not clearly marked.
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