Toward A Fake Flash Drive Free World – No More Counterfeits – No More Data Loss

SOSFakeFlash – Singapore Crime Rings – eBay Sellers Suspensions – American Fake Memory Sellers

Posted by KittyFireFlash on June 23, 2010

You have just been frauded on eBay? Bought a fake mp player, usb flash drive or pen stick, a memory card? Welcome to the world of SOSFakeFlash and the FrankenFlash Project. We investigate the crime and issue alerts on the internet. Our sites publish the news and try to educate people around the world.

If you are new to our site or a fan, read some of our hotest stories!


Organized Crime Hits eBay – Singapore Crime Ring Exposed

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

Portrait Of An American eBay Fake Flash Memory Seller – ClickToBlue. Buying Cheap Fake Flash Memory – Viruses As The Bonus. Damage To Laptops and PCs

Just released 20100626: tpyboc DT200 Kingston Fraud $24 For 64 GB or 128 GB. Over 1200 eBay Members Frauded In Only 3 Days!

Singapore eBay sellers are bad news when it comes to flash memory. When you see what investigator Spookie has to say, you will be speachless.

eBay is Kapoofing fake flash memory sellers with low feedback scores. The heat is on from Kingston Technologies and Sony. Want to cheer? Think again. They aren’t doing it for You, the buyer but to save their socks. Fight for your refunds and make sure you get them from eBay!

Okay, so a lot of people are suspicious of eBay sellers in Asia, they decide to buy from local sellers in their own countries. This way they won’t get stuck with a fake. Wrong! Sorry but SOSFakeFlash has bad news for you. There are plently of scammers where you live. They will have your countries flag to reassure you, but you will be frauded all the same.

Face it, there is a lot of money to be made selling fake mp players, usb flash drives and memory cards. 95% of all flash memory products sold on eBay are fakes and dangerous too. Scarey. True. Depressing. If you found our site, you are probably a victim. To understand what is going on, read the hotest articles, roll up your sleeves and fight back!

The good news? eBay is starting to feel the pain, your pain. The more people leave the keywords: “SOSFakeFlash” and “H2testw” in their negative feedback or follow up feedback to positive the sooner a scamming seller will be shut down!


9 Responses to “SOSFakeFlash – Singapore Crime Rings – eBay Sellers Suspensions – American Fake Memory Sellers”

  1. Spookie said

    I have found a common theme to look out for in sellers of fake flash memory products. Chinese and Hong Kong gangs start out selling items such as cell phone bags, screen protectors and cheap jewelry for low as .01 with free shipping. The Singapore gang starts
    out selling cell phone batteries and cheap jewelry. Selling items for .01 with free shipping doesn’t make sense economically, unless you are trying drive up your feed back score. The folks SOSFakeFlash have found the higher their feedback score the harder it is to get eBay to suspend them for selling items with fake flash memory.

    Check out the feedback of ebuy121812, a new Chinese seller, you will find that there are items for .01 with free shipping. ebuy121812, in May, started mixing in mp3 players and cell phones. This appears to be nothing but a setup to start dumping fake memory product on innocent eBay buyers. I do not know if ebuy121812 is selling fake items, but I would sure test the item with H2testw software and if it is fake report to SOSfakeflash.

  2. spookie said

    china_craftman is hiding the sell of 128gb and 256gb Kingston usb drives by
    listing them as: 600pcs Peridot Swarovski Crystal Beads 6mm 5040 +AB
    This makes them harder for eBay to find and remove them. Beware!!!

  3. DragonDakel said

    It means china_craftman is counting on people searching listings for keywords.

    eBay hunting them down?

    Nice photos. Not standard blister packaging.

  4. DragonDakel said

    china_craftman is hiding this one “Networking”

  5. DragonDakel said

    china_craftman is hiding this one “Networking” , sold 26 so far.

  6. DragonDakel said

    china_craftman has this one in both “networking” and “Other Loose Gemstones”

  7. KittyFireFlash said

    Investigation on the Singapore crime ring operating on eBay continues.

    Yes, we can predict which eBay id’s registered in Singapore will be next for selling fake memory.

    No, you should NOT buy any usb flash drives, memory cards or mp players from any eBay id registered in Singapore.

  8. spookie said

    Warning!!! You can be charge with wire fraud if you sell items
    on eBay that have had that have had the memory altered. If you purchase these
    items form a wholesaler in China and resale them on ebay you are
    guilty of committing wire fraud.

    18 USC 1343, makes it a Federal crime or offense for anyone to use interstate wire communications facilities in carrying out a scheme to defraud.

    First: That the person knowingly and willfully devised a scheme to defraud, or for obtaining money or property by means of false pretenses, representations or promises; and
    Second: That the person knowingly transmitted or caused to be transmitted by wire in interstate commerce some sound for the purpose of executing the scheme to defraud.
    It is not necessary that the Government prove all of the details concerning the precise nature and purpose of the scheme; or that the material transmitted by wire was itself false or fraudulent; or that the alleged scheme actually succeeded in defrauding anyone; or that the use of interstate wire communications facilities was intended as the specific or exclusive means of accomplishing the alleged fraud.

  9. THEY ARE BACK! New id’s….

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