Browsing All posts tagged under »eBay Flash Drives«

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 […]

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 […]

Suspect packaging on 8GB flash drive from Hong Kong

June 2, 2009 by

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The packaging used for this 8GB USB flash drive sold on ebay by sicilydreamer (based in Hong Kong) is notorious. It has been used by fraud gangs for packing fake capacity flash drives for a very long time. As we have never come across a genuine flash drive in this packaging we are inclined to […]

Suspected fake capacity 8GB flash drives from Hong Kong

June 2, 2009 by

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Feedback indicates that these two models of 8GB flash drive are fake capacity. If you bought a flash drive from Hong Kong based ebay seller world_max_store test it immediately with h2testw. Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you have a false capacity device.

L’azionamento falso dell’istantaneo 64GB ha elencato dal venditore ebay in Italia

June 1, 2009 by

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Gli azionamenti dell’istantaneo in questo che impacca sono risultato sempre essere capienza falsa. Pensiamo che questo sia capienza falsa anche. Il venditore non può sapere – forse qualcuno dovrebbe suggerire le prove vitooooo2 esso con h2testw.

UK seller lists fake 64GB flash drives as “faulty”

May 30, 2009 by

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These are fake capacity flash drives not, as seller streetfiction claims, faulty ones. The seller chose to ignore a warning that these were fake not faulty. Here is what the seller says in the listing: These USB’s are sold as faulty, some do not like being formatted; I don’t know what the problem is but […]

Suspected seller of fake flash drives on ebay registered in China

May 29, 2009 by

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closet10248 an ebay member since 20-Mar-09 in China sells flash drives which we suspect may be fake capacity. The seller’s first flash drive was sold on 30th April total including postage was £10.98 (bid of 99p with the remainder charged on post and packing) for a “16GB” drive but no feedback for this item had […]

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 […]

32GB Kingston from seller in United States proves to be fake

May 27, 2009 by

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This item has been reported as fake capacity with test results and all information required for the item to be entered in the sosfakeflash database. If you bought a flash drive from this seller we suggest you test it immediately with h2testw. Fake capacity flash drives inevitably cause file loss and corruption of data. Sellers […]

Obvious fake 32GB Kingston drives listed by US ebayer

May 27, 2009 by

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Kingston do not sell a 32GB flash drive in this model – the highest capacity is 16GB. These have to be a fake capacity drives, probably purchased from fraudsters in China. Perhaps someone in the United states could tell wholesale_expert2009 that these drives are fake and advise the seller to test with h2testw. Buyers of […]

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.

Suspect Kingston listed by recently registered ebayer in the US

May 21, 2009 by

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Is thewrightcornerstore (a recently registered ebay member in the US) a rich philanthropist? Could this be someone who can afford to risk making a huge loss? Listing genuine 64GB Kingston flash drives on auctions where they might sell for considerably less than the wholesale price would be madness. We don’t think this member is rich, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Seller listing 32GB flash claims cheapest real drives on ebay

May 17, 2009 by

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An ebay seller registered  in France, whose items are located in Hong Kong, has claimed to be selling the cheapest genuine 32GB flash drives available on ebay. The fact that the seller is registered in France but the items are located in Hong Kong suggests a drop-shipping operation. Usually in drop-shipping the ebayer who lists the […]

Fake 64GB USB flash drives on ebay Australia

May 16, 2009 by

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Seller levigavin82 registered with ebay Australia on 12th May 2009. This seller is offering the fake 64GB Kingston flash drive shown above. The same model is offered by lindalove45 who registered on ebay Australia on 14th May. If you bought one of these you should test immediately with h2testw. Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your […]

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. […]

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.

Did You Buy a 16GB USB Flash Drive From guruelectronics On Ebay Recently?

February 15, 2009 by

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If you bought a 16GB USB Flash Drive from eBay seller guruelectronics you are advised to test it immediately to find out if you received the advertised capacity of 16GB. Please see H2testw 1.4 – Gold Standard In Detecting USB Counterfeit Drives for information on testing and to download the software. It appears that the […]

Beware of eBay Sellers Using Operating System Reports For USB Flash Drive Capacity 16GB 32GB 64GB Size

February 9, 2009 by

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At last seller guruelectronics has been caught selling fake flash usb drives on eBay! While SOSFakeFlash has been aware until evidence came in little could be done about this seller in the United States. Sold was one of the most famous in the fake flash usb line. This seller also offered lots as high as […]