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Chinese Fraudsters Dumping 2tb, 1tb and 512gb Flash Drives On Alibaba com For Less Than $20.00. Should You Buy?

October 14, 2011 by

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Should you buy 2TB, 1TB or 512GB flash pen stick drives? Most of these flash drives have less than 2GB real storage capacity. Selling them on eBay is considered wire fraud by the USPS (United States Postal System). By Spookie: The listings below are only a small sampling of items listed on Alibaba.com. You will […]

techhunting eBay Seller Addressing Information Needed. Do You Read Chinese? techhunting Sells Fake Flash Memory On eBay. Violates International Custom Laws With False Declarations. This Seller Is Suspected Of Belonging To An Existing eBay Counterfeit Ring, Can You Help?

January 15, 2011 by

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techhunting eBay seller is documented for selling false capacity MP3 MP4 players and memory cards on eBay. Fake flash memory is also known as hacked or upgraded flash memory chips. TechReporters at FakeFlashNews recently received information on this seller from SOSFakeFlash. techhunting is suspected of belonging to an eBay counterfeit ring. To connect the dots, […]

Kingston DT200 Offers New Capacity – 1TB USB Flash Memory Stick. The Biggest Capacity For A USB Flash Drive Is Available From aliexpress.com. Wholesale Cost For DT200 Is Not Expensive, It Is Cheap. Profit From Selling Upgraded Flash Memory.

September 29, 2010 by

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Did you know the Kingston DT200 usb flash drive comes in many different sizes? You can buy one with as little as 8GB or as big as 1 Terabyte. The real truth is, you get to choose the size. You can have it in 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB, 256 […]