buy.some.here Did You Buy a 16GB or 32GB USB Memory Drive Pen Stick Flash Disk From This eBay Seller?

Posted on October 5, 2009 by

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Did You Buy a 16GB or 32GB USB Memory Drive Pen Stick Flash Disk From eBay seller, buy.some.here? FakeFlashNews would like to know if you received the advertised flash memory storage capacity from buy.some.here.

buy.some.here offers an astonishing selection of usb pen flash drives at amazingly low bid prices. Generally at less then 5 cents. The shipping costs are quiet another matter. Is buy.some.here attempting to save on eBay fees or help your item scoot through customs? Any one who buys flash memory technology items on eBay must test to ensure they received the advertised capacity.

Please share you eBay buying experience on buy.some.here. It is important!

buy.some.here sold:

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Please test any usb flash drive from eBay seller buy.some.here to ensure you received the advertised capacity. See: H2testw 1.4 – Gold Standard In Detecting USB Counterfeit Drives for testing information and where you can find the software to download.

If you discover you have purchased a fake (false capacity) usb flash drive from buy.some.here please report your fake to SOSFakeFlash immediately at:Report A Fake .

If you did receive the advertised capacity SOSFakeFlash would like you to report in as well usingThe Report Tab so they can validate the eBay seller’s claims – the same information is required including the test results.

The issue for false capacity mp players, usb flash drives and memory cards on eBay is a very serious problem, over 5 years old. FakeFlashNews asks that buyers test any flash memory items purchased on eBay. Do not use for storage of any data, before testing as this can help you to avoid potential data loss.

SOSFakeFlash is also actively looking for eBay sellers that sell true capacity. They have very few eBay sellers on their safe seller list. Everyone is looking for honest sellers and they seem hard to find! See Safe Sellers.

Help SOSFakeFlash find Genuine sellers! Please test the item you bought on eBay and report in to SOSFakeFlash! Help the FrankenFlash Project to find the genuine sellers and also to issue consumer alerts against any seller who sells False capacity Memory Flash based technology on eBay.

Consumers need help! Share your experience.

Note: H2testw 1.4 is excellent for testing the true capacity of flash memory chips. Do not accept any “Graphic Images” for H2testw 1.4 in a sellers listing as proof. TechReporters asked the FixFakeFlash and FlashChipTech groups why.

Both InspectorTech and TechChips said:

H2testw 1.4 is well suited to test the true capacity of flash memory chips. This applies to sellers who should test their merchandise prior to listing a model, followed by periodic random checks coming from any supplier. It also applies to any buyer who has purchased an mp player, memory card or usb flash drive. H2testw is designed to find out what is wrong and report on it. When all is well, the report results will be minimal – what every tester hopes to see.

However, no buyer should accept any graphic image placed in a listing describing the test results. The public may wish to know why. Unfortunately we can not reveal why – what we know from various inspections of listing on eBay that have used test result images over the last six months. This also applies to any test results from any software.

Statements by a seller having tested with H2testw are fine. Buyers should make sure that if they wish to purchase from an eBay seller making a claim of testing, that they print the listing to disk and hold the seller to his or her claim. It can add reassurance and validity, but never buy based on the presentation of a graphic image for H2testw!

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