This sucks. I feel like a complete idiot. I had the droid in a sweatshirt pocket and with the rubber innocase on it must not have made any noise when it fell out in the parking lot of the grocery store. I retraced my steps, checked to see if it had been turned in. Nothing. When I got home I tried installing an app called plan B remotely but I'm assuming the phone was turned off rendering it useless, besides I had no text plan to update with. When family called it went straight to voicemail. Had full battery when I dropped it. I changed all my email passwords and luckily my gmail address was new and had nothing personal in there but would all my old facebook messages be accessible if that app was open? I hope not. I then called Verizon to suspend the account and report it stolen (what enrages me is this phone doesn't even have a damn sim card...it's useless to whoever found it unless they plan to scam someone on ebay or something.) Here's where it gets interesting: I bought the phone through Dell mobility and ended up paying a $400 deposit because of lack of credit. At the time I thought it ridiculous and I did accept the protection plan over the phone considering the investment. Dell mobility is now trying to tell me I never asked for the protection plan and I did my best to remain to calm. They are supposed to be getting back to me after 24-48 hours. They are going to "review" the phone records. I know I requested the plan but it looks like they didn't charge me for it. How do I fight this? I can't imagine what's going to happen now. The $400 deposit? Down the toilet? $400 for another phone in the case that there was some misunderstanding I won't be able to argue?