Fighting flash fraud on Ebay

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More fraudsters de-registered from Ebay!

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More fraudsters have been de-registered during the last 24 hours. If you bought flash memory from any of them test your item immediately and claim a refund from paypal if it is a fake. You need to act quickly to get a refund through paypal. It is very important that you submit test results etc by using the report a fake tab on the sosfakeflash blog. It is the collection of  this information by sosfakeflash that has led to quick refunds. If you do not submit this information there is no clear evidence that you bought a fake and less evidence to help victims to get refunds.
The sellers l.c.hayes, pangoal, lazy-juicy and gangsta_memory are no longer ebay members.

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February 25, 2009 at 12:57 PM

Negative feedback for Ebay seller lazy-juicy set to increase

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Fake flash fraudster lazy-jucy has been in fightflashfraud’s sights for some time. The obvious fraud involving a counterfeit/fake Kingston which alerted fightfakeflash to this fraudster has already been reported. Although not yet shown on the sosfakeflash fraudster list, fightfakeflash understands that at least 4 buyers have sent in reports which confirm that at least two models of flash drive sold by lazy-juicy are fake and at least one (the Kingston originally spotted by fightfakeflash) is also counterfeit (as it has been fraudulently sold using a brand name) – if you bought flash from this seller test it immediately with H2testw.

Written by fightflashfraud

February 7, 2009 at 7:55 PM

Hong Kong seller lazy-juicy still allowed to sell fake Kingston!

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Despite reports from ebayers about lazy-juicy listings for fake Kingston drives it seems Ebay has not put a stop to it. Item number 220354978301 listed by lazy-juicy (apparently selling a 32GB Kingston) was spotted this evening by an ebay member. The drive shown in this listing is not made at higher capacities than 16GB – the model shown in the picture appears to be a 4GB drive.
Although this seller is suspected of selling hundreds of fake flash items there are only a small number of negative feedback comments indicating that buyers tested their items with h2tesw. If you bought from this seller we strongly suggest you test your drives with h2testw (which you can download free from this blog). If it shows a brand name you should report the seller to the company concerned. For refund advice please see pages on sosfakeflash.

Written by fightflashfraud

February 2, 2009 at 9:14 PM

Ebay Alert! Seller lazy-juicy selling fake/counterfeit 32GB Kingston

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Hong Kong based seller lazy-juicy has been suspected of  flash fraud on ebay  by fightflashfraud for some time.  Until Item number: 320333976800 from this seller was listed we had no evidence to back up our suspicions, so were unable to even list the seller as a suspect. However, by listing this item, the seller has convicted himself/herself as a fraudster – Kingston do not have a 32GB flash drive in this range – see post about fake 16GB Kingston drives for more info. It’s a fraudulent item. If you bought ANY flash memory item from lazy-juicy you should  move all files off  it and test with h2testw. Send your test results, your id, seller id, item number and a description of the item to sosfakeflashdrive@gmail.com  and see the sosfakeflash blog for refund advice

Written by fightflashfraud

January 23, 2009 at 12:54 AM