Fighting flash fraud on Ebay

The authors of this blog want to elimnate flash fraud on Ebay

Suspect seller rongcle stops listing – we need fraud evidence!

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Ebay seller rongcle has been suspected of fraud since joning ebay at the beginning of December. Despite some negative feedback that suggests that drives are fake capacity and one Ebayer reporting to fightflashfraud that a drive failed a test with h2testw no details of an item with test results have been received to date. This seller has probably realised that the game may be up and is lying low – but without hard evidence the seller can not be added to the database. Hard evidence of fraud is needed before a seller can be anything more than a suspect – just as in a legal case. If you bought a flash drive from this seller and have test results showing that it failed testing with h2testw please report your fake! – only when we have concrete evidence can a seller be added to the fraudster list.

Written by fightflashfraud

January 26, 2009 at 5:12 PM

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  1. Confirms are coming in and are in process of being checked. An offical alert should be out before the end of the week. In the meantime, it is very important that people report in.

    At the moment we have a new crises to address – eBay has been viciously attacking fake flash angels instead of the fake flash sellers. Go figure. So Keystone cops.

    In the meantime, help is needed to warn eBayers of this seller. More victims are at risk of losing data!

    Please help out if you can, the quest for listing fees has wiped out what little intellegence eBay actually has. They are so desperate they will do any and everything to hide the problem.

    What is this world coming too?

    If you don’t like it – contact some buyers and save them. Every person saved from losing data is a little victory and a little positive action in this money hungry world of ours.

    There is no point in moaning about our world. That doesn’t help. If you feel that allowing the sale of these dangerous items is wrong…contact a few people and rescue them. We can’t fix the whole world and all of the problems. We can strike back one person at a time by helping someone.

    This project began with just one ebayer. Visit the sites and you will see how one became more! Join in and rescue people. You can’t fix the world or eBay by yourself, but one by one we all have made a difference.

    Will YOU stand up and be counted for doing a little good deed?


    January 28, 2009 at 5:44 AM

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