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UK ebay seller l.c.hayes de-registered and listings removed.

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Ebay seller l.c.hayes chose to ignore a warning that there was no such thing as a 120GB USB flash drive and sold this counterfeit Sony drive with a fake capacity. Ebay have de-registered the seller and removed listings so they are aware the flash drive sold by l.c.hayes is a counterfeit and fraudulent item. If you bought this item you should immediately claim a refund for your counterfeit from paypal.

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March 7, 2009 at 12:17 PM

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.

Written by fightflashfraud

February 25, 2009 at 12:57 PM

UK seller l.c.hayes still listing fake 120GB Sony USB flash drives

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Despite being told that there is no such thing as a 120GB USB flash drive Ebay seller l.c.hayes has continued with the sale of these. I trust this seller understands that such sales are a criminal offence which can result in a prison sentence.

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February 22, 2009 at 12:02 PM