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Archive for August 14th, 2009

Did You Leave Positive Feedback For A Fake Flash Seller Of MP Players, Memory Cards Or USB Flash Drives Purchased On eBay?

Posted by KittyFireFlash on August 14, 2009

LearningDid You Leave Positive Feedback For A Fake Flash Seller Of MP Players, Memory Cards Or USB Flash Drives Purchased On eBay? You are not alone!

Most people only give a quick inspection of their item, they don’t test the full advertised capacity. Afterall, who expected to receive a false capacity item in the first place? Never test by looking at what the operating system tells you about the size, that is the classic trap!

Fake items advertised at 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 120GB, 128GB, 240GB, 360GB, 500GB, 512GB have been digitally altered to lie about their real capacity. Test with H2testw.

You can add to your positive feedback, by doing “Follow Up FeedBack”! Let everyone know the truth!

By putting keywords such as “SOSFakeFlash” and “H2testw” along with the real size and the word FAKE, you can warn others. Fake Flash Sellers hate it! Victims love it!

Don’t forget, if you are still in your claim window race off to PayPal and file a dispute against the seller to get your money back.

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Proving A Fake USB Flash Memory Pen Drive Stick Pen To Be False Capacity – A Visual Example – Guide Made Easy

Posted by KittyFireFlash on August 14, 2009

A Fake usb flash drive, is a memory pen stick that has been digitally altered – reprogrammed to lie to an operating system about the real size of it’s flash nand storage chip. Read the rest of this entry »

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SOSFakeFlash Quick Note 20090814

Posted by KittyFireFlash on August 14, 2009

Feature: saffronspas Ebay Fake Flash Seller Alert – United Kingdom It’s about counterfeit Flash Voyager GT usb flash drives.

The victim known under the pen name of CaptainVoyager, documented his fake carefully – even took it apart to show everyone what you can expect to find.

You will find InspectorTech’s article and CaptainVoyager’s webpage interesting!

MickeyWritesWe don’t just publish alerts at SOSFakeFlash, we publish your stories. If you would like send us your story at sosfakeflashdrive@gmail.com we are happy to receive it. Note: we will not publish you under your eBay id – unless you insist. You must chose a name or ask us to. Your privacy is important. You can also document your fake at your own website or page and send us the URL address.

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