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itsolutions10 could make loss by auctioning flash drives on ebay

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If the 32GB Corsair Voyager flash drives being auctioned on ebay by itsolutions10 are genuine then this seller could well make a loss on sales.

We advise everyone who buys flash memory items to test them with the free program h2testw irrespective of where they were purchased – otherwise you run the risk of data loss and corruption.

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

Written by fightflashfraud

September 17, 2010 at 3:55 PM

If this Corsair flash drive is genuine ebayer g6yog may make a loss

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If this 32GB Corsair Voyager flash drive is genuine then seller g6yog is taking a risk by auctioning it on ebay as bid prices on flash drives are often fairly low.

We advise everyone who buys flash memory items to test them with the free program h2testw irrespective of where they were purchased – otherwise you run the risk of data loss and corruption.

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

Written by fightflashfraud

August 17, 2010 at 8:17 AM

Possible counterfeit Corsair flash drive listed by UK ebay member

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stuartcyoung

We suspect that the 32GB Corsair Voyager flash drives advertised on ebay by seller stuartcyoung could be counterfeit. If they are genuine then the seller has taken a huge risk in listing them in auctions with a 99p start price. If they are counterfeit they will be fake capacity and will corrupt users’ files after a while.

We advise everyone who buys flash memory items to test them with the free program h2testw irrespective of where they were purchased – otherwise you run the risk of data loss and corruption.

Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you have purchased a false capacity device on ebay.

Written by fightflashfraud

September 29, 2009 at 4:45 PM

Seller is taking a big risk if this flash drive is genuine

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1970emmab

If this 32GB Corsair flash drive is genuine then 1970emmab is taking a big risk by listing it at auction with a low start price. The seller could make a big loss on the transaction – unless of course it’s a counterfeit, in which case the buyer will suffer file loss and data corruption.

As usual we strongly advise ebayers to test all flash memory with the free program h2testw.

Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you have a false capacity device.

Written by fightflashfraud

August 6, 2009 at 9:10 PM

UK seller with surprisingly cheap flash drives

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samnit74If the 16GB Bytestor and 32GB Corsair flash drives sold by samnit74 are genuine we would like to know who the supplier was! We have not come across a supplier who could provide these cheaply enough to sell them at the prices samnit74 has been selling these for.

As usual we strongly advise ebayers to test all flash memory with the free program h2testw.

Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you have a false capacity device.

Written by fightflashfraud

July 30, 2009 at 11:30 AM

Pen Drive Corsair sospechoso en eBay España

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marjovil

El inicio de este precio unidad flash parece notablemente bajo. Marjovil vendedor es un jugador – presumiblemente de forma (si las unidades son verdaderos) ya que existe un grave riesgo de que el vendedor la pérdida de una gran cantidad de dinero con tantos enumerados comenzar con esta baja de precios. Es altamente recomendable que los compradores de memoria todos los elementos de prueba con el programa gratuito h2testw.

Si encuentra usted compró una falsa capacidad de memoria flash de artículo en eBay, por favor informe a sosfakeflash

Written by fightflashfraud

July 24, 2009 at 2:42 PM

Is this 32GB Corsair flash drive genuine or counterfeit?

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bluestar2411

The Corsair drives sold by bluestar2411 do not seem to have fetched prices that would have made any profit for the seller. Indeed we expect that if these are genuine the seller made a loss. Would you continue auctioning items at a loss? No? Neither would we. This leads us to suspect that they may be counterfeit.

Written by fightflashfraud

July 22, 2009 at 10:28 PM