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rickysell819 Ebay Fake Flash Seller – Canada – Case Of Ricky The Tricky

Posted by KittyFireFlash on September 6, 2009

rickysell819 is an eBay seller of Counterfeit (Fake – false capacity) Flash USB drives. Registered in Canada, rickysell819 was the reincarnation of save_big4real. Same eBay region and later as victims discovered, same address. rickysell819 sold items he did under save_big4real (see previous article). Having a degree of ego, the leatherette usb flash drives were embrossed with his previous eBay seller id. Not bright.

He was spotted by fake flash angels. Buyers were contacted, the dots connected – the addressing information compared.

He earned the name “Ricky The Tricky“.

He manage to sell about 130 fake flash pen drives, before the Fake Flash Angels caught up with him. He was suspended by eBay. Consumer laws appear to be taken more seriously by eBay in Canada. The government over there has sharp teeth.

Victims did contact Ricky The Tricky. In fact some lived very close to him. In his second selling spree, he used a different name, same address with an apartment number. Odd, give the address was for a house.

“Ricky The Tricky” found himself in a lot of pain, similar to the pain he caused for others.

He had invested a great deal of money in those fake usb flash drives, refused to accept the financial loss or face the consequences of what he had done to others under save_big4real. Instead, he thought it was perfectly fine to continue to harm others under the id of rickysell819. He felt he deserved to get all of his money back. It did not matter what would happen to others.

He felt he was a victim and he came first.

rickysell819 – Ricky The Tricky reeled in shock. The id was suspended. He never dreamed people were watching him and patrolling. He thought he would get away with it. Ricky The Tricky, learned otherwise. He was painfully aware, many of his victims lived just a short drive away. He enjoyed the horror or pleasure of telephone calls and conversations from his victims.

The last news on Ricky The Tricky was that he was busy drowning himself in a puddle of beer.

SOSFakeFlash does not know what happened to him in the end. Some victims intended to report him to the RCMP, the national police in Canada.

The most interesting thing about the case of rickysell819 aka SaveBig4Real, is how eBay victims can organize and catch fake flash sellers. It reveals a dark side in people. How sellers who discover they were victims (purchased false capacity items), feel justified in continuing to sell to reclaim their costs. Victims have a very dim view of people who do this.

Hopefully in the the hereafter, they bake on very same fake flash nand chips from the devices they sold – down below.

It can be traumatic and a terrible discovery for an eBay seller to learn their items were not genuine capaicty, but they should not continue to sell these dangerous items to reclaim their costs. Instead they should focus their attention on the source of their volume purchase with the full force of law. Many victims sellers do. Many have received their money back. If the source is in their home country, there is a good chance at recovery of funds. It purchased abroad, it becomes a sad lesson instead.

rickysell819 sold:



RescueEbayFakeFlashVictimsReport in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you have a false capacity device. Don’t forget to leave the calling card of “SOSFakeFlash” and “H2testw” in your feedback to help others. Do not change your feedback to get a refund – you will only create more victims

Do a good deed, warn other eBay buyers of fake flash. Help rescue them. Check positive feedback for a fake flash seller and send messages to warn. Just state facts, ask them to test. You can only send up to 5 messages a day. Save another person from a fake flash nightmare.


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eBay Members Stop tianshu0525 eBay Fake Flash Seller of Memory Cards. Test And File Your Claim With PayPal Immediately!

Posted by KittyFireFlash on August 16, 2009

TakenCareOfeBay members fought back against tianshu0525, an eBay seller of counterfeit and false capacity memory cards. SOSFakeFlash issued an urgent call to victims on on August 11, 2009 – Massive Fraud! tianshu0525 eBay Fake Flash seller Continues To Make eBay Members Victims. Fight Back! One day later, eBay suspended the seller. The standard consumer alert against tianshu0525 was issued on June 23, 2009: tianshu0525 Ebay Fake Flash Seller Alert – China.

To all victims of tianshu0525 who fought back and filed their claim with PayPal, BRAVO!

So what do you do if you are a victim and the listing details have disappeared from your won list? You test your memory card immediately! Then without a moment’s delay, file a claim against the seller with PayPal. Do not accept any nonsense from PayPal, eBay or fake flash seller tianshu0525. They all know about this fraud – time to hold them accountable. Do not let them play games with you. You are welcome to report your evidence using the Report a fake tab.

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mike56888 Ebay Fake Flash Seller High Alert Devious – China

Posted by KittyFireFlash on August 7, 2009

mike56888 is an eBay seller of Counterfeit (Fake) Flash USB drives. Registered in China, mike56888 sold false capacity usb flash drives. This seller is trying to hide from eBay victims and has just recently made his feedback private.

A victim reports:

I am currently in discussion with seller trying to get a refund. The seller will not give me a refund without sending back the fake drive. He claims he needs to give it back to his supplier in order to get his money back also. He claims to be a victim as well. At this stage I think I will send it back. Here is the wording from the sellers last email to me

Dear friend
thanks for your letter very sorry for this, i’m also a victim,
i’m buy this item from other company, the company tell me the item is 16GB,
please understanding me, i agree return you all money.
your need return the item to me, because i need return this item to company,
and the company can return my money, your return fee i can pay half.
very sorry again!
thank you
best regard

– mike56888.

There is a problem with this seller SOSFakeFlash explained to the victim. eBay sellers who cry “I am a victim too!” do not race to change their feedback to private. In doing so they are avoiding their responsibilites as sellers.

mike56888 fake flash seller is trying to blame some one else. What effort is this seller making to contact his buyers, to warn them about pending data loss from using the dangerous usb drives he has sold? Is he refunding them?

In hiding his feedback, ebay seller mike56888 has earned the classification of “devious“, not the status of a victim seller. A true victim seller does not attempt to run from the damage he has done.

How do we know? The FrankenFlash project was co founded, by eBay victim sellers and eBay buyer members.

The victim’s final thoughts:

I contacted Ebay and they advise to talk to the local police and that is about all they can do. They mentioned that they have no responsibility for the integrity of items offered. If this is as wide spread as we now know it is surely they could post a warning in one of the promotion emails they send to members.

To understand about Fake Flash Sellers: fengfeng_joy2008 Fraud – Conversations between THH And Fake Flash Seller On Fake 32GB Memory Cards. Tale of Denial, Bribery And Violation Of eBay’s Feedback Policies


not yet investigated:


Important Reading:

Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you have a false capacity device.

Don’t forget to leave the calling card of “SOSFakeFlash” and “H2testw” in your feedback to help others. Do not change your feedback to get a refund – you will only create more victims.

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eBay Fraud – A Powerseller eBay Can Not Stop From Harming Buyers Currently Known as intertrade-connection

Posted by KittyFireFlash on August 1, 2009

FakeFlashReprogrammerPowerseller ids with high feedback scores do not have to follow eBay rules. They are immune and do as they please. intertrade-connection has a feedback score of over 27,000. Very skilled at getting victims of fake usb flash drives, memory cards and mp players to change their feedback. How long have eBay members tried to STOP this seller from harming others? 13 months. The first documented fake was in June, 2008!

How is intertrade-connection getting away with massive fraud?

1) Private Auctions
2) Exceptionally High eBay Feedback score

and of course changing his id name to evade detection. intertrade-connection was previously known as i.c.distribution and before that, i.c.distribution and earlier as i.c_electronics. Three id changes in 13 months? Exactly what kind of seller would do this? An honest one? Not likely. Our database is designed to track this kind of evasion.

intertrade-connection is very much aware of the FrankenFlash Project and SOSFakeFlash. That is why he changed to private auctions, to bury the fraudulent activity even deeper.

You would think that eBay would DO SOMETHING! They can’t.

intertrade-connection knows this and will continue to sell items with false memory capacity, so harmful to data.

You would think that if ebay was so powerless to act against the sellers score, they would at least prevent the seller from using private auctions to level the playing field and allow eBay members to do their dirty work and bring the seller down with negative feedback. eBay won’t. They need intertrade-connection’s fee’s. eBay continues to lose members and it is no secret as to why.

Exactly what kind of a powerseller has over 270 negative feedback’s in 6 months?

There are lot of games being played by intertrade-connection.

Private Auctions or not, eBay victims are starting to leave negative feedback and they are leaving clues about the items they purchased. intertrade-connection might try to change his id again, but the negative feedback has to remain, otherwise he must surrender his high score and that is one thing intertrade-connection is not prepared to do.

If eBay refuses to do anything about fraudulent activities especially against this long term offender, it is up to you. Each negative is a voice and a permanent testimony. Contact buyers who bought any eBay item that shows “private” – warn them. If you found out too late, you can still leave follow up feedback telling the truth.

13 months ago this seller got away with it, almost no negatives. People did not understand what was going on. That is changing. SOSFakeFlash is seeing buyers fighting back with their feedback vote. You can too!


If you are a victim of intertrade-connection you have a choice to make.

1) Allow this powerseller id to continue to fraud – do nothing
2) Say NO! Fight back

If you don’t mind losing your data and your money, option one is the best choice.

If you don’t like what happened to you, you must fight back. FraudedBuyersThis is a dangerous seller and a very old one. The FrankenFlash Project can not do all the work for you. We need the army of victims to take down the nasty powersellers. Only when victims join together do these nasty sellers get shut down. The most famous example of what ebayers can do is seller 3totrade. 113 fakes recorded. How did that happen? It happened when eBayers decided to contact other eBayers and warn them. It grew. People tested and contacted others.

In the case of intertrade-connection it is now more difficult since the seller hides behind private auctions. It is not a problem, any feedback that shows “private” for an ebay item number is one thing – Fake Flash! intertrade-connection has made it easy for you. “Private” will lead you to a victim! eBay only allows you to send 5 messages a day, so you need other victims to join in. Get them to report to us at SOSFakeFlash using the Report A Fake Tab

We will take care of the rest and enter the data. You must be curious on the “How”, that we will not reveal. You would be surprised to learn who is unhappy about this terrible problem

Make sure to leave the calling card of “SOSFakeFlash” and “H2testw” in feedback to help others. If you left positive feedback, do a followup feedback to tell the truth! Let people know what you bought from this nasty fraudster!

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uk-choice Ebay Fake Flash Seller Alert Devious – Internet ukmobi Kingston Technology Fraud – United Kingdom

Posted by techchips on August 1, 2009

uk-choice is an eBay seller of Counterfeit (Fake) Kingston DataTraveler Flash USB drives. Registered in the United Kingdom, uk-choice also has an independent website, ukmobi. This seller is ignorant of the technology he sells. One of the worse examples the FrankenFlash Project has uncovered so far. You will find this example astonishing!

uk-choice-8GB as 4GB

Advertising at 8GB for this model,the photo is correct for the 8GB DataTraveler. Only they actually say the size is 4GB and in fact that is the tested capacity. The information on this fact has also independently been preserved.

Is it possible this seller simply has no understanding of the products he sells, or employee’s don’t?

On eBay uk-choice has released dangerous false capacity usb flash drives for sale. Furthermore, in using private actions for usb flash drives, uk-choice earns the classification of devious. This auction category is the most dangerous for nand based flash technology, it has allowed too many fraudlent sellers to victimize eBay members and to escape detection – increasing the number of victims.

As a result of complaint, what did uk-choice do?

1) Continue to list on eBay

uk-choice-changes 8GB to 4GB on eBay

But modify the title, yet show the same correct colour for the Kingston DataTraveler 8GB. Then further down in the listing shows:

uk-choice-changes DataTraveler 4GB Black on eBay

Sorry there never was a 4GB Kingston DataTraveler in Black!

2) Makes similar changes at their own website.

uk-choice-changes 8GB to 4GB

Their website:

The FrankenFlash Project has never seen such stupidity or ignorance of technology. Both uk-choice and ukmobi SELL technology. Are you frightened? If not you should be!

The test results for this usb flash drive:

Warning: Only 7983 of 7984 MByte tested.
The media is likely to be defective.
3.9 GByte OK (8285056 sectors)
3.8 GByte DATA LOST (8064128 sectors)
Details:2.8 GByte overwritten (6048096 sectors)
0 KByte slightly changed (< 8 bit/sector, 0 sectors)
984.3 MByte corrupted (2016032 sectors)
1.5 KByte aliased memory (3 sectors)
First error at offset: 0x00000000fcd70000
Expected: 0x00000000fcd70000
Found: 0x00000000aa55aa55
H2testw version 1.3
Writing speed: 6.45 MByte/s
Reading speed: 18.6 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4

We doubt very much that this fraudster has been staying up all night performing low level formats to return these usb flash drives to the correct size of the actual flash storage chips. Any consumer who uses this flash drive would lose data after 3.9 GB without a corrective to return the usb flash drives to their actual capacity.

Even if uk-choice and ukmobi did this it is fraud. Why? Contact Kingston to ask their opinions!

uk-choice and ukmobi stubborn resolve to unload these dangerous devices to unsuspecting consumers demonstrates just how low some sellers can be. Anything to make money, anything to recover their capital. It doesn’t matter that they are harming Kingston Technologies reputation or causing data loss to consumers.

Profit at any cost, is the mantra uk-choice and ukmobi chant.

Important Reading:

Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you have a false capacity device.

Don’t forget to leave the calling card of “SOSFakeFlash” and “H2testw” in your feedback to help others. Do not change your feedback to get a refund – you will only create more victims. See what we have on file.

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Fraud eBay – MP Players, Memory Cards, USB Flash Drives – Countries Impacted – Common Fake Capacity Sizes

Posted by KittyFireFlash on July 10, 2009

You will find almost any size of fake capacity for mp players, usb flash cards and memory cards on ebay. SOSFakeFlash has investigated and confirmed: 512MB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 40GB, 64GB, 80GB, 120GB, 128GB. There are other sizes too, but buyers have not reported them – yet. You will find fakes in famous brand names and in generics.

The FrankenFlash Project is now in it’s 19th month of operation.

Objective? Clean up eBay. Promote global awareness for this sinister problem. Investigate and catch the fraudsters – not just on eBay only. Warn consumers. Force eBay and Paypal to step up to their responsiblities. eBay sellers of these devices are so skilled at manipulating eBay – they rule, eBay does not. Only recently will eBay suspend them if You the victim fight back and complain. You will be suprised at the number of countries we have on file.

Instead of a usual dry numbers report here is our summary and impressions:


eBayPayPal eBay and PayPal’s feelings toward eBay members

EBayOnFakeFlashAngels eBay members who try to warn others – eBay’s actions


You, the victim in action!


Fake Flash Reprogrammers


eBay Fake Flash sellers, the joy of greed and your pain.

We need more scouts patrolling eBay and rescuing fellow buyers with messages to test. Why? Have a look at the list of countries impacted!

Make a guess before you click to see if your country is on the list.

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MP Players On Ebay – Current Prices For Cheap Fake 2GB 4GB 8GB 16GB 32 GB SOSFakeFlash’s Report

Posted by KittyFireFlash on July 1, 2009

The FrankenFlash Project hopes you found the The Truth About MP Players Sold On eBay – SOSFakeFlash Education Week For Consumers launched on June 24th, 2009 helpful. Here is our summary on fake mp players. List Updated August 6th, 2009

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eBay Fraud! flea_auction aka gamers-auction aka flea-auction Ebay Fake Flash Seller High Alert Devious- Hong Kong

Posted by KittyFireFlash on June 24, 2009

eBay seller flea_auction demonstrates how fraud is easily carried out on eBay. Sellers of fake flash devices such as usb flash drives, memory cards and MP Players are skilled in frauding buyers. They easily manipulate eBay and know it’s weaknesses and exploit them!

SOSFakeFlash launches MP Player education week with this seller! Why? To demonstrate how a seller can continue to engage in frauding buyers.

On May 29, 2009 SOSFakeFlash Published: gamers-auction aka flea-auction Ebay Fake Flash Seller High Alert Devious- Hong Kong

This seller changed his id name to avoid detection. Now he has changed it again! So alerts should now read: “flea_auction aka gamers-auction aka flea-auction“. That makes for a very long title line. Will he change his name again? Probably. This a powerseller who thinks he is smart. Well in using private auctions, we can say he is intelligent in frauding. In his feedback where ever you see “private” instead of an ebay item number you are guaranteed he sold a fake flash item. This is how the game is played for persistent fake flash sellers on eBay. They take the longest to expose and they hurt the most eBayers. So what is he selling since he changed his id again? Have a look. This is important reading for anyone who bought an MP Player on eBay!

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Kingston Technologies – How To Verify Capacity Offered By Product Line For USB Flash Drives

Posted by KittyFireFlash on June 17, 2009

Do you want to find out what the real capacity sizes are for usb flash drives manufactured by Kingston Technologies. It is easy with their feature for searching their consumer usb flash drive products. You can select the capacity and see which product lines offer the desired capacity. It is a great search consulting tool and part of Kingston’s effort to combat those who would like to sell cheap imitations of their products or try to super boost older models to report wild unrealistic capacity sizes to operating systems. To consumers these are known as counterfeits and fakes!

Almost all major brand names are currently under attack from counterfeiters. Two companies, Kingston and Sony are fighting back. Kingston is applying additional effort to aid consumers world wide. They have a serial verification site and now have improved their search feature to show what are the capacity sizes they manufactured for a particular product line. Read the rest of this entry »

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Quick Detection Genuine or Counterfeit Kingston DT150 32GB DataTraveler Michael’s Guide

Posted by KittyFireFlash on May 30, 2009

eBay is not a safe place to buy usb flash drives. eBay sellers in the orient get a lot of bad press. People are suspicious. But you can just as easily buy a fake or counterfeit flash drive from eBay in the United States, United Kingdom, Europe or even in Australia.

The FrankenFlash Project has been busy publishing alerts and documenting Kingston DT150 DataTraveler counterfeits (see articles at the end ). First 32GB fakes appeared, then 64GB fakes and now 32GB fakes have spread to many eBay countries. The United States is a serious target.

What are the signs for a counterfeit 32GB DT150 DataTraveler fake? How can you tell? Michael shows you how. Read the rest of this entry »

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eBay Counterfeit Kingston DT150 64GB DataTraveler USB Flash Drives Revealed – Case of eBay Seller fufu$$

Posted by KittyFireFlash on May 25, 2009

SOSFakeFlash has been investigating eBay Australian seller fufu$$ after confirming a fake counterfeit Kingston DT150 64GB DataTraveler usb flash drive. There are some who think there is nothing wrong with selling or buying counterfeit items on eBay. Counterfeit also usually means false capacity in SOSFakeFlash’s dictionary. In buyer terms it is referred to as a FAKE!  These usb memory pen sticks are dangerous to use as it results in data loss the moment you exceed true capacity.

The counterfeit Kingston DT150 64GB DataTraveler problem on eBay is growing! More sellers are suspected and several have already been confirmed. SOSFakeFlash advised that no one buy any Kingston DT150 64GB DataTraveler on eBay right now.  It is not safe.

In this article:

  1. The photographic evidence of the fake Kingston DT150 64GB DataTraveler usb flash drive sold by ebay seller fufu$$
  2. The articles on fufu$$ and Counterfeit Kingston DT150 64GB DataTraveler usb flash drives
  3. The suspect comment attempts to exonerate fufu$$ at SOSFakeFlash

Updated 20100226

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16GB Fake Counterfeit NoName Brand USB Flash Drives – A Classic Collection

Posted by KittyFireFlash on April 25, 2009

You can buy fake capacity usb flash drives cheap from internet wholesalers in the Orient. Price points to suit everyone. A classic collection of fakes in no name brand is being presented for your inspection. The FrankenFlash Project has studied the problem for one year. SOSFakeflash has battled fake flash sellers on eBay along with eBayers Against False Capacity Devices . The war on eBay against fake MP Players, USB Flash drives and memory cards rages on. We have an interesting collection to show you.  Would you like to see it? Read the rest of this entry »

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BEWARE of FAKE 8GB 16GB 32GB 64GB USB Flash Drives – The Most Famous And Oldest Fake Still Sold On eBay And Internet Sites

Posted by KittyFireFlash on April 9, 2009

Would you like to see the oldest and still very popular fake usb flash drive sold on eBay and available at internet wholesaler sites in China? This drive normally doesn’t have a genuine flash drive capacity more than 2GB but it has been reprogrammed to false capacity sizes as high as 64GB!

All visitors need to see this usb flash drive!  Why?  Read on!

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appolly Ebay Fake Flash Seller Alert – China

Posted by KittyFireFlash on March 29, 2009

appolly is an eBay seller of Counterfeit (Fake) Flash USB drives and soon to be discovered MP Players. Based in China appolly is busy selling – harvesting another fake flash profit crop. If you bought appolly, test!

Is this seller id connected to other id’s? Naturally. SOSFakeFlash is publishing everything the seller sells. So far the current count is over 1100+ items sold. Need a hint? Look at the previous post and tell us what you see? In fact, have a child under the age of 8 look at the two posts – what do they see?

This is another cycle repeat of fake flash selling. If only eBay would actually have a few employee’s addressing the issue. They said in the summer of 2008 eBay had 2000+ working against fraud, going after counterfeiters and fraud. We don’t think so.

Once again SOSFakeFlash has a question for eBay.

Will eBay try to hide the truth about this seller by deregistering him so we can begin the chase again? The endless chase.

Don’t jump up and down with joy when eBay deregisters a seller!

It is not really for the protection of eBayers. It is so that eBay can get rid of the evidence. No listings for anyone to inspect. This causes additional work for the FrankenFlash project. We are forced to delay issuing alerts to the internet to warn members. Why? To preserve the evidence – first. This was not necessary in the past, but now eBay is monitoring the site and trying to sweep things quickly under the rug. “When little red riding hood came calling…” (eBay will know what this means) we understood it was not your interest being served (all eBay fake flash victims for the last 6 years). To protect you, eBay must change the rules for listing usb flash based technology and they are not willing to do this. It is cheaper to deregister sellers and hide evidence then to spend money from fees they collect from fake flash selling to fix the issue. The fancy term is “risk management”. It should not require an army of programmers to change things unless the sites are poorly designed. Let’s see what eBay is going to do…

If you want this seller stopped – roll up your sleeves and start contacting his buyers. It is called fake flash angel duty and is best performed by the victims of the seller to be shut down.

Important Reading:

Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you have a false capacity device.

Have a look at all the models being sold.

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guople Ebay Fake Flash Seller Alert – China

Posted by KittyFireFlash on March 29, 2009

guople is an eBay seller of Counterfeit (Fake) Flash USB drives and MP Players. Based in China guople is busy selling – Again! If you bought anything from this seller you better test it immediately. SOSFakeFlash is more than annoyed with this seller id. Hint. Seller id. This time we are publishing every item listed for sale! Unfortunately under this id over 1000+ items have been sold already to eBayers. It goes on and on.

eBay does not do it’s homework. Yes they have automated computer systems – designed for only one thing, SELL! SOSFakeFlash can tell you from observing eBay behavior ove 11 months they do not have any group or at least some one to track and stop fake flash sellers – especially from wriggling back on to eBay to start up again. We eventually stop a person and his id’s. He limps into hiding. Then he sneaks back under new id’s. We start all over again.

If you want this seller stopped – roll up your sleeves and start contacting his buyers.

It is called fake flash angel duty and is best performed by the victims of the seller to be shut down.

The big question is? Will eBay play dirty again? Try to deregister the seller id so that the evidence disappears for victims? Or will eBay for the first time allow this seller to experience the wrath of eBay members preventing him from running? If eBay does pull the id, we will have this seller resurface soon, again!

SOSFakeFlash is not going to publish the connections of previous id’s for now. We can say the history goes back in time and it only demonstrates how determined these people are to unleash a fake flash plague on eBay. Money regardless of who they hurt or the consequences of data loss.

Important Reading:

Report in to SOSFakeFlash if your testing confirms you have a false capacity device.

Have a look at all the models being sold.

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eBay Fake Flash Sellers Of MP Players – USB Flash Drives – Memory Cards – About Their IDs

Posted by KittyFireFlash on February 26, 2009

SOSFakeFlash and victims have wondered for a long time, how do fake flash eBay sellers in the Orient just keep coming back? Why do some of them have such old start dates on eBay?

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Repairing Counterfeit Fake MP Players

Posted by KittyFireFlash on February 26, 2009

SOSFakeFlash has been asked by victims of fake and counterfeit MP Players purchases – how can I restore to the real capacity? MP-Archer has provided some very useful information to help you begin your journey to return your MP Player back to it’s orignal Capacity.

For for USB Flash Drives see Repairing Counterfeit Flash Drives

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eBay Member Reveals Latest Information As eBay Struggles To Address Issue of Fake USB Flash Drives, MP Players and Memory Cards being sold

Posted by KittyFireFlash on February 9, 2009

SOSFakeFlash along with other groups in the FrankenFlash Project have been steadily turning up the heat in an effort to force eBay to address the problem of false capacity items being sold there. A difficult challenge, but one eBay victims are committed to. After 6 years of victims – it must stop. It is mulit million dollar fraud.

The lastest eBayer to join the effort and investigate is Badger. If you want to see what eBay is up to, what they have done or are doing you need to read this. Badger is offering his communications for everyone to see for themselves. If you are a recent victim or were a victim of a flash flash device purchase since 2003 on eBay this is a must read for you as well!

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