Fighting flash fraud on Ebay

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Alert! – wusimz de-registered

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Fraudster wusimz has now de-registered following the efforts by ebay fraud victims to warn buyers about this villain whose usb flash drives were all fake capacity – other fake flash items were sold too. If you bought any flash memory item from wusimz you need to act quickly – test with h2testw and claim your refund as soon as possible.

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January 13, 2009 at 8:36 AM

Evidence of fraud by wusimz

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Ebayers have reported that all three models of 16GB flash drive sold by wusimz are fake capacity drives – reports indicate that  all are actually 2GB drives. Results from the test program h2testw prove that drives are fake capacity. All data above 1.9GB is lost/corrupted. If you bought a flash drive from this seller do not store any important files on it otherwise you are likely to lose them. You should move any data off the drive and test it with h2testw, which you can download from the post about the program under the testing category.  These are the 3 drives being sold by wusimz:

If you bought a flash drive from this seller please send the test results to along with the seller id and item number so that it can be added to the fakeflash database. You should open a paypal dispute to claim a refund and also report the item to ebay. Read the advice about refunds on – this will help you get a quick refund.

Written by fightflashfraud

January 4, 2009 at 4:51 PM