SONY VAIO USB Flash Drives 16GB 32GB 64GB 128GB Flood eBay! Sellers Registered In Asia Continue To Dump Fakes.
Posted by KittyFireFlash on September 8, 2010
If you see a listing on eBay advertising a Sony USB Pen Stick that looks like this, do not bid, do not buy. It is a digitally altered flash drive reporting a fake capacity.
You will often see the VAIO brand name used with this silver metal thumb stick. VAIO is Sony’s brand name for laptops, not for flash drives.
The FrankenFlash team is trying to contain sellers in the Orient who list this item on eBay.
Often a buy now item, selling as low at $13 US and at a high of $75 US at various advertised capacities (16 GB 32 GB 64 GB, 128 GB).
Please report these listings to eBay immediately, eBay is suspending the sellers as fast as they can.
FakeMemorySentinel continues to identify publish their listings on the internet. The sellers, register new id’s daily in their effort to break through the blockade.
If you received a usb flash drive that looks like this from an eBay seller, please test it immediately using H2testw. If you did not receive the advertised capacity report in immediately to SOSFakeFlash using the Report A Fake tab. Include a screen capture of the listing you purchased. Information is being erased by eBay with lightening speed. Twitter, FaceBook, warn on the internet to keep this fake off eBay! Do what you can to help.
If you see this fakes for sale anywhere on the internet please contact STOPFAKES@AM.SONY.COM and send them the url address to the listing.