Fighting flash fraud on Ebay

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Looks like a proper joker in the United States selling fake Kingston

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An ebay member (registered in in the United States on June 5th 2009) jgatihi1645 listed this item for sale. Is this seller joking? The picture does not show a 128GB Kingston. The 128GB model looks nothing like this, is not generally available yet, costs over $500 and is a special order item with a waiting list! This seller also shows a picture of the 64GB Kingston DT150 but is selling as a 16GB drive in one listing???

Is this seller suffering from some sort of learning difficulty or memory disorder? We certainly wouldn’t buy a flash drive from this person! We suggest anyone who bought a Kingston flash drive from this seller contacts Kingston immediately – they will be able to advise whether or not you have a genuine item. We are sure we know the answer – we think they will say it is fake.

Written by fightflashfraud

July 8, 2009 at 6:20 PM

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