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eBay Powersellers Fake Memory: grandtechdigital, hello-9928, Andy-wjm, ly7589, e-bay-wei, best-e-bay-sell. Heavy Hitters For Fraud.

Posted by KittyFireFlash on July 12, 2010

Did you buy from one of these eBay Powersellers? If you bought a memory card, usb flash drive or mp player from grandtechdigital, hello-9928, Andy-wjm, ly7589, e-bay-wei, or best-e-bay-sell you have just joined thousands of other eBay buyers who have been frauded with fake flash memory items. Don’t expect the advertised capacity. Do expect to start loosing your data and files!

All are established powersellers who have been frauding eBay members for quiet awhile. Because ebay members started to leave negative feedback and demanded refunds they started to use private auction listings to prevent people from seeing what was sold. Dirty. Against the rules for private auction listings on eBay too.

If you want the truth on grandtechdigital, hello-9928, Andy-wjm, ly7589, e-bay-wei, best-e-bay-sell read the alerts issued by SOSFakeFlash:

SOSFakeFlashThen take ACTION – fight back! Warn other buyers too. If the eBay item number is private it is hiding a fake memory product.

Powersellers can be suspended. The Frankenflash Project has stopped many powersellers, even those who use private auction listings. How? When you refuse to accept what they did to you and join the fight. When negative feedback accumulates against a seller, eBay has no choice but to suspend the seller. They don’t like it, after all it affects their revenue.

eBay hates refunding buyers too. More work, more overhead – it eats up their profits. This is a good thing. It sends a clear message to eBay that you will not tolerate being frauded.

eBay sellers, grandtechdigital, hello-9928, Andy-wjm, ly7589, e-bay-wei, best-e-bay-sell are bad news. Several have recently changed their names to try and escape.  Not only that, the id’s belong to counterfeit rings opperating on eBay!

SOSFakeFlash, tracks and traces. When a seller tries to change their name, it is not an issue for us. eBay members alert us and we simply update our databases. With your help, they will not escape with their fraud.

5 Responses to “eBay Powersellers Fake Memory: grandtechdigital, hello-9928, Andy-wjm, ly7589, e-bay-wei, best-e-bay-sell. Heavy Hitters For Fraud.”

  1. KittyFireFlash said

    With hello-9928 aka Andy-wjm now suspended, there is a need to focus on two other nasty powersellers:

    a)ly7589 aka e-bay-wei EBay
    b)grandtechdigital

    Currently focus is combat against established powersellers. The damage done over months needs to be ended.

    For buyers from hello-9928 aka Andy-wjm and best-e-bay-sell, you must aggressively fight to receive your refunds.

    If you never received the items, open disputes accordingly. To pay for a fake and not receive it is a double insult, double fraud?

    eBay is well aware of the issues and problems, though they might have you believe otherwise. Do not spare them but be aggressive. Stand up for your rights and make them live up to their promoted “buyer protection”.

  2. Coinhub22 said

    Item number #150459925495
    Seller ID: grandtechdigital
    Seller name: Fai Ki Ricky Yiu
    Buyer ID: coinhub22

    The media is likely to be defective.
    1.9 GByte OK (4108288 sectors)
    28.2 GByte DATA LOST (59338752 sectors)
    Details:0 KByte overwritten (0 sectors)
    0 KByte slightly changed (< 8 bit/sector, 0 sectors)
    28.2 GByte corrupted (59338752 sectors)
    0 KByte aliased memory (0 sectors)
    First error at offset: 0x000000007c550000
    Expected: 0x000000007c550000
    Found: 0x0000000000000000
    H2testw version 1.3
    Writing speed: 1.17 MByte/s
    Reading speed: 3.51 MByte/s
    H2testw v1.4

  3. JumpingJackFlash said

    My first encounter with fake memory on Ebay was MP3 players sold by ebay-wei now known as

    http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=ly7589&ftab=AllFeedback

    He/She now appears to have been booted again.

    Here is what I have to say now. I tried very hard to compete on Ebay with REAL memory products. Its just not worth it anymore. Sad to say this endorsed Safe Seller of this site, etechdealz will soon stop selling MP4 players. People are not getting it. You cannot buy below market price, nothing! By the time Ebay rakes me for fees then PayPal, Im making less than 10.00 per player and giving after sales support. No thanks. Not at the rate they are selling for even that price. ( slow ) Its taken me over 2 months to move 75 real memory players. IM ready to see the rest at cost to one buyer. If anyone is interested in several 8GB REAL mem touch screen players, please contact me. etechdealz@gmail.com

    ( Kitty sorry for the solicitation at the end, if you need to remove it I understand )

  4. KittyFireFlash said

    JumpingJackFlash,

    We are very sad to hear this news.

    You tried very hard. An honest dedicated eBay seller who tried to make a difference by selling real mp players at a discount price, offered exceptional value and made sure to test every single mp player you received from suppliers to make sure it contained the stated capacity.

    It is what all eBay members are screaming for. There are only two problems:

    1) eBay discriminates in listing fees against Western sellers. eBay sellers in China, Hong Kong and other Asian countries pay next to nothing in listing fees. It is unfair and places eBay sellers in the West at a serious disadvantage.

    2) eBay members continue to demonstrate ignorance in the true costs of flash nand memory chips. As a result they make the dangerous assumption the “cheaper” prices offered by Asian sellers is because they are going to the “source”.

    My comment on #2?

    Hah! Believe #2 and you are going to be visiting this site soon. Oh, don’t feel too bad, what do you think happened to the members of this site and the others in the project. We made that mistake too.

    JumpingJackFlash, it is very depressing to hear that you have to close up shop for selling MP Players. At least for now…

    It also means we will have to try just that much harder at SOSFakeFlash and at the FakeMemorySentinel site to expose fake flash memory sellers.

    And yes, we will be aiming our canons at the Asian sellers as they are doing the most damage to eBay members.

    It is necessary to knock them down, keep kicking them off eBay until they get the message there will be no big ticket profit anymore by selling fake mp players on eBay.

    If we can achieve this, then honest eBay sellers like you will have a chance to sell real capacity mp players. You offered amazing quality and after sales support to your buyers.

    Sellers like you JumpingJackFlash are what eBay is supposed to be all about. And what eBay was once like, long ago.

    While we work on this mission, we will not just be thinking of victims (past, present and future), we will also be thinking of you JumpingJackFlash aka etechdealz.

  5. KittyFireFlash said

    WARNING! grandtechdigital may be trying to prepare for a comeback on eBay. A Feedback score of 13751 carries a lot of weight. Currently still serving a suspension on eBay for massive fraud.

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