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Archive for January 16th, 2009

Ebay Alert! paypalzzg9527 suspected as fraudster

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Fightflashfraud suspects that ebay seller paypalzzg9527 who has been selling flash drives in private auctions is a fraudster selling fake flash. If you bought a flash drive from this seller test it immediately with h2tesw (free program which you can download from the testing category) and send results to both fightflashfraud@gmail.com and sosfakeflash@gmail.com

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Written by fightflashfraud

January 16, 2009 at 7:58 PM

Suspect sellers on ebay

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All those selling flash drives on ebay with listing which keep buyer IDs private at the end of auctions or when an item is sold on buy it now are automatically considered to be suspect sellers by fightflashfraud. SOME SELLERS LISTED UNDER THE SUSPECT CATEGORY MAY ACUALLY BE INNOCENT OF FRAUD
They may have innocently bought counterfeit and/or fake capacity drives from a supplier. Both fightflashfraud and sosfakeflash have come across this situation. However, those who keep buyer IDs private are fairly certain to be guilty. See the page about suspect sellers for more info.