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Report On Fake DT310 Kingston DataTraveler USB Flash Drives. eBay Seller 1958vardy And The Fake DT310 – No Returns. Counterfeit 310 DT310/256GB Flash Memory Continue To Flood eBay. Cheap. Consumers Frauded With Fake Upgraded Flash Memory. Fraud Warning. Beware Of Sellers Who Refuse To Stand Behind The Advertised Capacity Of Flash Memory Size.

May 19, 2011 by

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eBay sellers continue to sell fake DT310 Kingston DataTraveler usb flash drives and 1958vardy is no exception. The source for most eBay sellers? Disreputable Chinese internet wholesaling sites. No other usb be flash drive fake is so widely sold on eBay. You will find new listings daily, many attempt to hide by NOT mentioning DT310 […]

Ubuntu 10.10 Live USB Flash Thumb Drive 256 GB Offered On eBay At $59.99 And $49.99. Beware. 256GB Flash Drives Pen Sticks Can Not Be Genuine Capacity At Such Low Prices.

January 28, 2011 by

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Ubuntu is one of the most popular Linux distros. It is a fabulous operating system and it is free. It continues to grow in popularity, a well suited replacement or alternative to Windows. Older PC’s and Laptops often perform amazingly once they are resurrected with an Ubuntu based Linux distribution. Linux doesn’t suffer a lot […]

32B, XiaoFeng Building Address Fake Flash Memory Selling On eBay. On Site Visit To The Don Of Fake Flash In The Orient.

April 7, 2010 by

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For hacked fake flash memory sold on eBay, 32B, XiaoFeng Building comes up a lot as an address used by the oldest counterfeit ring operating on eBay. The address sound impressive and respectable doesn’t it? It is the home of the “Don Of Fake Flash Memory in the Orient” – one of the worse offenders […]

kingstonflashdrive.com Another Site Selling Counterfeit DT200 Kingston USB Flash Drives? Many Internet Sites Involved In Flash Memory Fraud.

April 6, 2010 by

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Is kingstonflashdrive.com – the source for counterfeit Kingston DataTraveler DT200 usb flash drives flooding the Global Market place? Kingston Flash Drive Tech & Trade (Singapore) Co.Ltd 81, Shenton Way, #12-02, 079120 Singapore or are employee’s at Kingston Flash Drive Tech & Trade using this company to engage in fraud, unknown to the company itself? The […]

Current Prices For Genuine Kingston DataTraveler 200 128GB USB2.0 Flash Drives DT200/128GB And For Fakes – A Guide

March 21, 2010 by

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The best prices for Kingston Data Traveler 200 128GB flash drives? Prices range from $10 to $510 US. The lowest discounted price for genuine ones, TechReporters found on March 20, 2010 was $376 US. Can you buy them cheaper? Of course you can.

Fake USB flash drives on trademe (run by ebay?) in New Zealand

September 7, 2009 by

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A victim of fake flash memory in New Zealand alerted the frankenflash project to the fraud being perpetrated on a site we think is run by ebay. The site is www.trademe.co.nz A quick look at this site a few days ago revealed a number of fraudulent listings:

Biggest USB Flash Drive In The World! Kingston Technologies Releases DT300 256GB USB Flash Drive To Market.

August 2, 2009 by

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Kingston Technologies has just released the biggest usb flash drive in the world – 256GB. The DataTraveler 300 offers the highest capacity yet for a usb flash drive. It is currently only available the Far East, Europe, Middle East & Africa.  Presented for your inspection, the DataTraveler DT300/256GB.

We may have found a genuine 128GB Kingston on ebay Australia

July 10, 2009 by

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This could possibly be the real thing. The seller states in the listing for this: Most items take 1-2 days to deliver depending on location. This is however, not a stocked item so please allow 5-7 days deliver. This statement along with the fact that the price is not wildly below the RRP (so may […]

Commande fausse d’instantané de 64GB Sony à vendre sur la France ebay

June 23, 2009 by

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Le world-factory-paradise de vendeur a énuméré cette commande fausse d’instantané de capacité à vendre. N’importe qui utilisant un enregistrera la perte de données. Comme jamais nous conseillons fortement des ebayers pour examiner toute la mémoire Flash avec le libre programmez h2testw. Rapportez dedans à SOSFakeFlash si votre essai vous confirme ont un dispositif faux de […]

Kingston 128GB USB Flash Drive – One Now Exists! DT200/128GB

June 17, 2009 by

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Until now the highest capacity usb flash drive on the consumer market was 64GB. There is a higher capacity available – 128GB! Just released from Kingston technologies in the new DataTraveler series, the DT200 product line. See: Kingston Technologies Releases DT200 128GB USB Flash Drive To Market

Contrefaçon possible 64GB Kingston DataTraveler 150

June 13, 2009 by

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Nous pensons que cette commande instantanée énumérée par nadin357 est probablement la capacité fausse – personne ne pourrait se permettre de risquer le listinh quelque chose cette des coûts plus de 60 euros en gros avec un prix de début de 1 euro ! Examinez toute la mémoire Flash avec h2testw Rapportez dedans au flash […]

Kingston Technologies WebSite Introduces New Feature For Viewing Kingston USB Flash Drives To Verify Capacity Offered By Product Line

June 12, 2009 by

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Kingston Technologies has introduced a wonderful new feature for searching their consumer usb flash drive products. You can select the capacity and see which product lines offer the desired capacity. It is a great search consulting tool and part of Kingston’s effort to combat those who would like to sell cheap imitations of their products […]

Is this recently regisered seller offering genuine 16GB flash drives?

June 3, 2009 by

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Is zybkodim68568 (an ebay seller recently registered in China) selling genuine 16GB flash drives? The fact that buyer IDs are hidden suggests not. Usually when people selling flash drives on ebay hide buyer IDs this is a sign of deliberate fraud. We could be wrong in suspecting that hidden IDs (and the fact that the […]

Suspect 32GB Kingston flash drive listing on ebay from UK seller

June 3, 2009 by

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We think UK seller ytrend_co_uk may well be selling fake capacity Kingston. For one thing the buy it now price is too low, for another the model shown in the picture is not made in 32GB and thirdly buyer IDs are hidden. If you bought from ytrend_co_uk test your drive immediately with h2testw. Report in […]

Suspected fraudster in China pretends items are in the UK

June 1, 2009 by

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In this listing on ebay Poland a suspected fraudster in China is pretending the item is in the UK to fool buyers into thinking it is safe to bid. We don’t think it is safe to bid on items from taoline2. We think the seller’s flash drives are very likely to be fake capacity. If […]

Another ebay ID set up by Hong Kong/Chinese fraudsters?

May 28, 2009 by

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The drive being sold here by yongli84 (a new ebay ID registered in Hong Kong that we suspect was set up by one of the well known fraud gangs) is one that is very commonly sold in fake capacities. Investigation by an ebay member into an ambiguous neutral comment by a buyer resulted in a […]

Job lot of 18 fake 64GB Kingston listed on ebay Australia!!

May 25, 2009 by

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What can we say about this other than FAKE FAKE FAKITY FAKE!!! Apart from the fact that the model shown is not made in capacities above 16GB (model shown appears to be 2GB – these are colour coded) You would pay more than this per unit for 64GB drives if you were buying wholesale! We […]

UK seller list fake 64GB Sony flash drive on ebay

May 23, 2009 by

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This 64GB flash drive listed by UK seller royal_bider has to be fake – Micro Vault is a Sony trade mark and they don’t make 64GB flash drives. Anyone buying one will lose files – buyers should test with h2testw. Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you have a false capacity device.

Fake 64GB Corsair flash drive listed on ebay??

May 22, 2009 by

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<p Corsair, like Kingston, Sony and other well known brands have fallen victim to fraudsters producing counterfeits or re-programming drives to false capacities. The fact that this listing is in auction format with a start price lower than wholesale makes us wonder whether victorl_69 is selling fake corsair drives. Please let us know. If you […]

Is this a fake 64GB Sandisk flash drive?

May 21, 2009 by

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Can ebayer yshopretail (regisered in Australia) really afford to risk selling a genuine 64GB Sandisk flash drive on ebay at a quarter of the retail price?? We don’t think so. Profit margins on USB flash drives are generally much too narrow for this to be possible. Some of those involved in the frankenflash project have […]

Ebayer in Malasia lists very obvious fake 64GB Kingston

May 20, 2009 by

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An ebay seller registered in Malasia, haliemster09 has listed this very obviously fake 64GB flash drive on buy it now for £39.99 with free P&P. You could not buy a real 64GB Kingston flash drive wholesale for this price let alone sell it at a profit on ebay. There is only one real 64GB Kingston […]

New ebay seller registered in Spain lists fake Sony flash drive

May 19, 2009 by

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New ebay seller pepegambra has listed the fake 64GB Sony flash drive shown above on ebay in Spain. The seller may be unaware that the item is fake capacity. Sony do not currently make any 64GB flash drives. These are produced by fraudsters in China and are not 64GB – the real capacity is much […]

UK seller lists supect 32GB flash drive on ebay

May 18, 2009 by

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We suspect this item being sold on ebay by UK seller express-savings in the listing above is fake for several reasons. Firstly no one could afford to risk selling genuine 32GB flash drives at below cost by having a start price of 99p with free P&P. Secondly the seller previously listed the obvious fake shown […]

Yet another obviously fake 32GB Kingston listed on ebay

May 18, 2009 by

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An obvious fake listed by seller lhnz78 based in Malasia – this type of drive is not made in capacities higher than 16GB!! Anyone using one of these will eventually lose all their files. If you bought one of these you should test immediately with h2testw. Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you […]

Suspect looking flash drive listed by new ebay member in Spain

May 17, 2009 by

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New ebay member rutao9, registered in Spain, has listed this very suspect looking 64GB flash drive. None of the flash drives we have come across in this packaging was genuine – all were fake capacity. We think this one is too. If you bought one of these you should test immediately with h2testw. Report in […]

A new ebay ID for an old fraudster?

May 17, 2009 by

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We suspect that this flash drive being sold by haha1218ai88 on ebay is a fake capacity drive which will cause users to lose files. It is a model commonly sold by Chinese fraudsters. This Hong Kong seller registered with ebay on 21st April 2009 and could be an old fraudster returning with a new ID. […]

Suspect looking 16GB flash drives listed by natg09 on ebay France

May 15, 2009 by

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This item listed by natg09 (registered in France) looks highly suspect to us. The fact that this seller is using private auctions where buyer IDs are hidden and the fact that another suspect model (shown below) has been listed by this seller tends to confirm our thoughts that this seller may be a deliberate fraudster. […]

Suspect 16GB flash drive listed on ebay in Spain

May 15, 2009 by

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The packaging on this 16GB flash drive sold on ebay Spain by gtf2020 is highly suspect. We have never found a genuine flash drive in this packaging which is often used by Chinese fraudsters. We suspect this seller bought these from a fraudulent Chinese wholesaler and that the real capacity of the drives will prove […]

Hong Kong based fraudster listing fake flash drives in Australia?

May 15, 2009 by

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Hong Kong ebay seller opdoam has listed this very obvious fake capacity flash drive on ebay Australia. There is no genuine 16GB USB flash drive that looks like this. It is one of the most common and most obvious fakes sold on ebay by Chinese fraudsters and sellers elsewhere who bought from fraudulent wholesalers in […]

Yet another fake 16GB flash drive on ebay France??

May 15, 2009 by

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Here is yet another listing we suspect of being for a fake capacity flash drive. The fact that sievere uses private auctions to sell items suggests deliberate fraud on the part of this seller, registered in France. If you bought one of these you should test immediately with h2testw. Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your […]

Fake 64GB Kingston USB flash drive listed on ebay France.

May 14, 2009 by

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Seller baba226970 registered in France is selling  fake Kingston  64GB USB flash drives that are often seen on ebay around the world. Users of these fake capacity flash drives eventually lose all their files. If you bought one of these test immediately with h2testw.

Fake 64GB and 32GB Kingston sold on ebay Australia.

May 14, 2009 by

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An ebay member in Australia white0386 has sold a number of fake Kingston flash drives of this type in both 32GB and 64GB capacities. These are not genuine 32GB and 64GB flash drives. They are much smaller drives programmed to report a false capacity. Users will eventually lose files. Buyers should test immediately with h2testw.

Fake capacity 64GB & 128GB flash drives listed on ebay Italy

May 13, 2009 by

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This 64GB USB flash drive listed by tsa_tsa on ebay Italy seemed a bit on the cheap side at 70 Euros including postage. This made us wonder whether the item was a genuine 64GB drive or a fake capacity one. Then we noticed the seller was also selling the same type with “128GB” capacity! There […]

Yet another fake Kingston listed on ebay!!

May 12, 2009 by

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This listing on ebay France shows a well known fake flash drive. We do not know if olive4900 is an innocent person who does not realise the item is a fake capacity flash drive or not. If you bought one of these flash drives test it immediately with h2testw and report in to sosfakeflash with […]

Beware of 128GB USB flash drives – they are fake!!

May 12, 2009 by

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A seller based in France, registered since 14th April is listing this “128GB” flash drive on ebay France. We can tell you that this drive being sold by leeseowon84 is, beyond the slightest doubt, a fake. How do we know? Because there is no USB flash drive of a capacity higher than 64GB – it […]