How Are People Fighting Against Fake Memory MP Players, USB Flash Drives And Memory Cards? eBay And The Internet.
Posted by KittyFireFlash on May 18, 2010
Are you a victim of false capacity flash memory? Did you buy a fake usb flash drive, memory card or mp player on eBay? Did you lose data, files, your money?
SOSFakeFlash will soon celebrate two years of action fighting to free consumers from the horrible experience of purchasing fake flash memory items and the consequences of data loss. Read Why Is Fake Flash Memory So Dangerous?
Operation FakeFlashStorm against eBay is progressing. There is only one way to free eBay from fake usb flash drives, mp players and memory cards. It requires YOU!
How do people fight back against the fraud?
FakeFlashVictims – Frauded buyers who leave negative feedback or follow up feedback with the keywords: SOSFakeFlash + H2testw . They file disputes against the sellers, report into SOSFakeFlash with details, refuse partial refunds or to be blackmailed into changing feedback as a condition of refund.
FakeFlashAngels – People who warn other buyers by sending eBay messages to test for actual capacity for a fake flash memory seller.
FakeFlashSentinals – People who patrol eBay and report suspect listings to eBay, to SOSFakeFlash and the FrankenFlash Project. Also who create warning listings on eBay in MP Players, Memory Card and USB flash drive categories by offering their “personal story” as an item.
FakeFlashCommandos – People who engage in very aggressive methods to fight against known fake flash memory sellers. They have saved many people by proactively identifying fake flash memory sellers on eBay and shutting them down quickly. They also fight internet wholesaler sites, the sources of the products flooding eBay. Usually fighters by nature, they have guts and take a lot of personal risk. Frequently they are people who have read up on this site and others and realize passive actions are insufficient to stop the problem from escalating.
Internet Documenters – People who write articles and reference https://sosfakeflash.wordpress.com/ to increase awareness. They include people who upload pictures and information of their fakes to internet sites and then reference articles and comments at SOSFakeFlash to support their claims and increase awareness.
Will you accept the challenge to help?
We’ve made a lot of progress in two years, eBay is very worried. Sellers are being suspended more quickly. Now is the time to mobilize the full buyer community to action. We’ve worked very hard for you to make this chance possible along with two years of victims before you. Everyone who is a victim on eBay should carry out the actions of FakeFlashVictim.
This is your opportunity. Choose what suits you best:
- Internet Documenter
We need everyone! This your chance to make the work of Operation Fake Flash Storm Against eBay something eBay, PayPal and fraudulent eBay sellers will never forget.