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SOSFakeFlash On Flash Memory And Internet Wholesale Sites. Where Does Fake Upgraded Flash Memory Come From? How Cheap Is It To Buy USB Flash Drives, MP Players, Memory Cards? What Are The Current Prices?

Posted by KittyFireFlash on September 28, 2010

Understanding flash memory prices is key to avoid being frauded with fake usb flash drives, mp players and memory cards. Read the rest of this entry »

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SOSFakeFlash Quik Note Status Report 20100217

Posted by KittyFireFlash on February 17, 2010

SOSFakeFlash asked that victims write articles in their own languages and reference our site. The message must be local to eBay members in their own languages! If you can write in a language other than English, please help. Use your own website or find a site. The messages need to get out to the global public.

The most important document published so far is: Global Report – eBay Fake Memory 2008 – 2009

See some recent examples and learn about who is fighting back.

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SOSFakeFlash Quick Note 20100206

Posted by KittyFireFlash on February 6, 2010

TeamFatigueWe are racing to build the new eBay Fake Flash Memory seller lists. The current lists have 848 sellers, we now have 913 documented! You don’t have very much time left, to report in to SOSFakeFlash if your seller is not on the current ones!

If your testing proves you have a fake flash memory item, please make sure to leave SOSFakeFlash in your feedback! It helps other buyers to find help at our site! If you don’t have time to warn other buyers for your seller, “Google SOSFakeFlash” in feedback makes a difference!

If you left positive feedback, you can still have the last word, do follow up feedback and let everyone know the truth!

The FrankenFlash Project and SOSFakeFlash are noticing eBay is scrambling. There are changes in how disputes are to be settled. At the moment, it is not clear what this will mean. A lot depends on which eBay site you bought the item from and your eBay country of registration. SOSFakeFlash will tell you more once we have additional information.

We have been told that eBay sellers in the Orient do not have to paid listing fees to eBay if they advertise on! This is discrimination.

It gives an unfair advantage to eBay sellers in the Orient at the expense of American eBay sellers! Many people are unaware of this.

In the fight against fake memory products, SOSFakeFlash has only one conclusion, eBay has sold it’s soul.

It is important you do not take “No” for an answer in dealing with eBay or PayPal. It does not matter if you have exceeded the 45 day claim window. They know what is going on and will want you to give up. Don’t!

Analysis of data and victims indicates a more aggressive approach is needed. A new team is being formed and they do not have to follow the rules of SOSFakeFlash or the general rules of the FrankenFlash Project. We will tell you more about them when we know more…. SOSFakeFlash as a zero tolerance policy. The new group has minus zero tolerance.

Because victims are not being heard by eBay or PayPal, more are choosing not to create a dispute as “item not described”, but simply as item not received. It is not “correct behavior”. SOSFakeFlash does not recommend this action. However, when a seller is documented and if eBay refuses to take action against a seller, or assist in warning buyers and refunding them – the action can be understood.

The burden lies on eBay to address the issue of Fake Flash Memory items: memory cards, usb flash drives, mpx players. Seven years is enough!

Is it allowed to sell children, firearms or poison on eBay? No.

If eBay can not stop the sell of fake memory products, they have an obligation to ban the items for sale. Period! No excuses are accepted. If you reached this site, you are most likely a victim of fake flash memory.

You can make a difference. Fight back and say “NO“!

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