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Archive for September 15th, 2008

Alert – epc*vauxhall – Ebay Fake Flash Seller – UK

Posted by KittyFireFlash on September 15, 2008

epc*vauxhall is a an ebay fake flash seller who targeted the United Kingdom and Continental Europe. Based in the UK, epc*vauxhall sold many 32GB fake flash drives in a very short period of time. The listings rolled off the assembly line by the hour. Current estimates are between 320 to 720 drives. SOSFakeFlash is unable to review the completed listings due to the clever use of an asterik in the sellers name. It confuses the eBay search engine. The seller is not currently listing. These auctions continued to churn off the assembly line after August 18th, 2008, – despite the warning issued by an eBayer (code name – Teacup ).

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Paypal Disputes – The 6 Commandments For Dealing with Ebay Fake Flash Sellers

Posted by KittyFireFlash on September 15, 2008

New! This article contains a poll you can vote on.

Never attempt direct communication with an eBay Seller of Fake Flash drives. Many eBayers have been tricked, blackmailed and frauded even further by innocently contacting the seller. Fakestopper, one of the most senior and experienced members of SOSFakeFlash explains why the only place to communicate is at the PayPal Dispute console.

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Kaho.Chan – eBay Fake Flash Seller – Tricks eBayer

Posted by KittyFireFlash on September 15, 2008

kaho.chan eBay fake flash seller tricks eBayer into closing PayPal dispute with the promise of a full refund. Many eBayers fall into this trap, being honest they expect others to be honest and as an eBay seller honorable as well. Saddly this is how the world should work, but it does not. If you are disputing with a fake flash seller who makes a very profitable living from selling counterfeit drives – that alone should warn you. SuperNova’s story hightlights what happens if you trust a fake flash sellers words.

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