Fighting flash fraud on Ebay

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Archive for June 24th, 2009

USA ebay member lists suspect 64GB Kingston DataTraveler 150

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needforpower

We suspect that USA based ebay seller needforpower has been shopping in fake flash land and purchased counterfeit 64GB Kingston DataTraveler 150 USB flash drives from a fraudulent wholesaler. If we are right then anyone using one will suffer data loss (assuming the drives work at all) after a while. Kingston flash drives of this type should have a unique serial number which can be used to verify genuine ones with Kingston.

If you bought one of these and discover it is counterfeit report in to sosfakeflash.

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Written by fightflashfraud

June 24, 2009 at 6:00 PM

This looks like a job lot of fake 64GB Kingston DataTraveler 150

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i.i.x.i.i

It seems highly unlikely that the job lot of 5 Kingston 64GB DataTraveler being offered for sale here by i.i.x.i.i are genuine – the price is far too low. If you bought a Kingston DataTraveler 150 on ebay you should test it immediately it arrives with the free program h2testw

Report your fake if testing confirms you have purchased fake capacity flash memory on ebay.

Written by fightflashfraud

June 24, 2009 at 1:00 PM

MP Players eBay – Cheap Bargains or Fabulous Fraud and Profit? SOSFakeFlash Education Week

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Is eBay the place to buy MP Players cheap? Can you get a 8GB or 16GB or 32GB Player on eBay for less that $40 or $50 US? SOSFakeFlash is launching an education week for consumers. Recently they launched an general education week on fake and counterfeit memory devices sold on eBay: SOSFakeFlash Consumer Education Week 20090605 – 20090612. The Problem of Counterfeit and Fake Memory Sold On Ebay

This time they will be show casing sellers who sold false capacity MP Players. Too many buyers fall for seller claims that the units are defective. Most never learn the truth, these items have had their flash chips manipulated to report a size much larger that the chips can support. SOSFakeFlash is inviting buyers to learn more and leave comments on their experiences.

Visit this site during the next week for an eye opening education!

http://sosfakeflash.wordpress.com/

The information is useful, not only to people who buy on eBay but any where on the internet for MP Players. Become a smart consumer!

Written by KittyFireFlash

June 24, 2009 at 5:02 AM