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Why Buyers Are Frauded For Kingston DT200 USB Flash Drives Advertised In 32 GB 128 GB 256 GB Capacity? The Sad Story On eBay Flash Memory.

October 9, 2010 3 comments

In the winter of 2010, fake Kingston DT200 usb flash drives began appearing on eBay. The number of listings grew and peaked in April 2010. A new site was created to combat the number of listings, FakeFlashSentinel also known as ” Fake Flash Memory – Internet Watchdog”. Instead of individual listings, the “Buy Now” listing offering hundreds of item units appeared on eBay. Read more…

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2009yanzi eBay Seller Suspended Sold 256 GB, 128GB Fake USB Flash Drives – Sony Viao And Kingston Datatraveler. 8GB MP3 MP4 Players. Multiple Item Listing Information Available.

August 14, 2010 2 comments

2009yanzi sold fake memory on eBay. eBay listing information for 2009yanzi has been removed from the internet. eBay ‘disappearing’ continues. Recently suspended, buyers are now unable to consult listings they purchased from 2009yanzi as they have been erased on eBay. The prices will amaze you for the flash memory.

A frequent question many people ask is “How can people actually bid and buy given the low prices offered by fraudulent eBay sellers in Asia”? The FrankenFlash project has been searching for an answer to this question for almost three years.

How many victims were frauded by 2009yanzi on July 31 2010? Read more…

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Disappearing Fake Flash Memory Sellers On eBay – An eBay Mystery for 32 64 128 And 256 GB Flash Memory.

Are flash memory sellers of fraudulent capacity and counterfeits disappearing into thin air? On eBay they are. One minute listings are pouring out, snapped up by eager eBay buyers but only a few days later, nothing. There is no evidence the seller existed, no residual traces of listings to be found on the internet. Is this unusual? Read more…