Yet another seller listing fake 64GB Kingston DataTraveler drives
This listing showed an item that would have been an expensive way of buyers losing all their files. The seller did not know that this flash drive was fake and that soon there could be angry buyers reporting this to ebay, paypal, Kingston and the police. Having ben told the item was fake The seller has apologised and removed the listing so we have removed identifying informaton from this post. This seller bought from Chinese fraudsters – which after a little investigation he realised and provided the person who warned him with details of where the drive was purchased.
Sellers should test their items before listing to avoid the fate that awaits those who sell items like this – negative feedback, deregistration from ebay and even the posibility of jail as selling an item like this is a criminal offence. This drive was not 64GB – it was probably 2GB fraudulently programmed to fool the operating system into seeing it as 64GB.