Fighting flash fraud on Ebay

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

UK ebayer re-sells a fake from chaiching 28 to another ebayer.

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sbrownsenergy What is worse than fake flash sellers in china? People in the UK who knowingly re-sell these fake flash drives! Seller sbrownsenergy paid no attention to an ebayer who said he should not re-sell a fake flash drive ( item number 110350102194 purchased on 16th February for £11.00 from chaiching28). UK seller sbrownsenergy has 100% feedback score at the moment. This is likely to change if item number 270356865115 (pictured left) which the seller was warned about is not removed from sale quick-smart. The seller is using a private auction to hide the buyer’s ID – a dirty business.

Written by fightflashfraud

March 20, 2009 at 8:29 PM

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  1. The seller denied that the flash drive was purchase from chaiching 28 – though it seems clear it was as the the transaction is in his feedback. He didn’t respond when I sent him a message pointing this out. I’d contact the buyer to tell them to test it but because the sale was in a private auction the buyer’s ID is hidden.

    Nobody should EVER buy flash memory in private auctions – to do so simply makes yourself a fraud victim who can’t be warned until it is too late, if at all!

    Frank

    March 21, 2009 at 6:14 PM


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