Fighting flash fraud on Ebay

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

UK seller continues to sell counterfeit Kingston on ebay

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markzta2006

Seller markzta2006 is one of several UK ebay members who have not taken the hint when their listings for counterfeit Kingston DataTraveler were removed by ebay as a result of pressure from Kingston. Rather than ceasing their sales these ebayers continued listing their fakes.

Do these sellers think ebay removed their listings for fun? They did not. The listings were removed because the selllers were listing counterfeit and fake capacity items. If you bought a Kingston DataTraveler flash drive and is has vanished from your won list it is because it is a counterfeit removed by ebay.

Claim a refund immediately – in cases like this you should not have much trouble getting your refund as ebay knows the items are counterfeit. If you have problems with PayPal ebay customer services should be able to help.

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Written by fightflashfraud

September 13, 2009 at 6:48 AM

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  1. Again we have another seller here who was clearly informed by a well meaning ebay member that there was a possibility of their drives being fake capacity counterfeits.

    They were advised on what checks to make and how to test. They were also directed to this site.

    Despite good advice and having their first counterfeits removed, the seller simply relisted the counterfeits and continued with their intentional fraud.

    Traveler

    September 13, 2009 at 7:02 AM


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