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mobile.discounts eBay Flash Memory Powerseller Fraud On eBay. A Story Of The Dark Side Making Millions In Sales On eBay At Buyer Expense.

Posted by KittyFireFlash on August 1, 2010

mobile.discounts is skilled in fraud. An Bay powerseller with a score of over 30,000+ this fraudulent seller changed eBay id names to escape being found on the internet. SOSFakeFlash has been tracking this seller for over 25 months.

mobile.discounts previous id names were:

  • intertrade-connection
  • i.c.distribution
  • i.c_electronics
  • international-distributing
  • womanworldhk
  • ai.mp3shop

In February 2010, mobile.discounts received a suspension, again. eBay suspends this power id a lot, but doesn’t ban from eBay. If you knew the total $ mobile.discounts earned by frauding, you would be out cold on the floor, in shock.

To help people understand about flash memory fraud and eBay sellers in Asia, we showcase:international-distributing Ebay Flash Memory Seller – An Experiment In Selling True Capacity? The History Behind international-distributing ID On eBay. A Very Dark Past. in many of our alert posts. With each eBay rename, mobile.discounts is able to shed some of his fake flash memory past. There is a little penalty sometimes in feedback score for renaming an id, but is exactly what mobile.discounts needs. He sheds the fraudulent listing references in feedback as a duck does old feathers.

mobile.discounts is not an exception, there are a number of id’s just like him. No, so far he is not connected to an eBay counterfeit ring, doesn’t have to be, his score is that powerful. The most eBay can do is give him a little tap on the wrist.

At the moment has stopped listing, again. SOSFakeFlash is not sure for how long or if eBay is getting ready for another little tap on the wrist. We can tell you that we track fake flash memory sellers.

If they try to play “rename the id” games we will find them. It is one of the reasons, it so important that you report sellers to us. If they do a disappearing act and we can’t find them, we will contact you to help. There is no time limitation for an eBay seller who sold fake memory products to members.

The only hope in salvation a fake flash memory seller has, is to contact each and every buyer, refund them, apologize and never sell such products again.

We like to remind people that the FrankenFlash project and the SOSFakeFlash site is co founded. It was founded by eBay sellers who accidentally sold fake memory and buyers who bought fake memory products on eBay. It is possible for eBay sellers to be victims too. Please read one of our earliest posts:eBay Sellers Can Be Victims – How Does This Happen

You can judge very easily who is a victim seller and who is not. Their actions speak loud and plain. Any seller who uses private auction listings – watch out! Be very careful of sellers who tell you that your fake is an exception, or that they do strict QC tests. Your QC is to use the H2testw 1.4 software!

Make sure to use the negative neutral tool to check a sellers feedback:

http://toolhaus.org/cgi-bin/negs ?

mobile.discounts has been engaging in fraud for a very long time, he predates the FrankenFlash project and is currently the oldest most experienced fraudster on file with more fake flash lives then a cat.

We think the Hong Kong Police Technology Crime Division should pay mobile.discounts a visit.

Hong Kong police, please ask for Irene Cheng at:

Flat 6, 16/F Blk 2
GoodView Garden
Tuen Mun
NT
Hong Kong

Note there is a little tip in one of the early id’s: womanworldhk

Everyone should realize it is not only men who engage in fraud, but women do as well. Irene Cheng seems to demonstrate just how successful women can be. eBay is wrapped around her little finger.

If you are interested in some history for mobile.discounts:

mobile.discounts fake memory products on file with SOSFakeFlash:

1339

2126

2124

2113

427

2125

1342

2122

2114

2112

4594

61

2115

1341

1340

4598

426

2128

4583

1343

4590

4601

4600

4599

4597

4596

4595

4593

4581

4591

4582

4589

4588

4587

4586

4585

4584

4602

4592

mobile.discounts feedback

July 31st 2010, SOSFakeFlash has 48 victims on file, less then .000001 of mobile.discounts victims.

LearningDo you still think it is safe to buy memory cards, mp players or usb flash drives on eBay?

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