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Singapore eBay Fake Flash Memory Sellers Are Now Using This Country To Ship False Capacity USB Flash Drives, MP3 MP4 Players And Memory Cards. SOSFakeFlash Requests Your Help!

Posted by KittyFireFlash on December 2, 2009

eBay sellers based in China and Hong Kong who engage in fraud are now using Singapore to ship out their false capacity USB flash drives, MP3 MP4 Players and memory cards.

SOSFakeFlash is not certain why Singapore is being used as the new shipping location. Examination of countries visiting SOSFakeFlash reveals that both China and Singapore are accounting for approximately 30% of visits. This is odd. No one from China or Singapore has reported a fake flash memory item purchased on eBay recently.

Obviously we have a new reader audience and we don’t think they are victims of fake flash memory items purchased. You can draw your own conclusions. We have noticed a lot of eBayers complaining about not receiving their fake flash memory items (items we already have on file). It appears that authorities in China, specifically Hong Kong may be inspecting mail and out going shipments, impounding items for fake flash sellers reported at SOSFakeFlash. It would explain why a lot of victims are reporting a Singapore shipping address instead of the traditional Hong Kong address.

We ask that everyone make sure to send in the address for their fake flash seller as listed on envelopes so we can record in the database. Some buyers are reporting that eBay sellers are not writing a return address in a attempt to evade detection or information being collected on them. Well they can’t completely evade. To send there must be stamps or a postal stamp of sending location. If you don’t have full addressing information, send in the origin of the stamps or postal stamp. Mail can not be sent without a place of origin.

If you file a dispute with paypal they have to give you an address. If it is incomplete (often the case for experienced fake flash memory sellers) immediately report the problem to paypal and eBay. They need to know and if they have incomplete information it shows how irresponsible they are. Challenge them.

Some victims believe that there are only 45 days to file a dispute with paypal. Not true. There are 180 days for Paypal to raise an investigation. The key to a refund is to refuse to be frauded or accept “No” as the answer. Read: Trouble With A PayPal Claim? Filed A Dispute? Useful Information.

Other victims who will not let the matter rest with eBay get what is called a “Complimentary” refund from eBay. It is insulting. It implies eBay is doing you a special favor. Nothing is further from the truth. It is hush money, get lost and forget about the problem money. Hold them accountable. If they give you the money fine, but contact other victims for your seller to rescue them and increase the pressure on eBay, PayPal and fake flash memory seller. Enjoy it! Let them feel your pain and hear your voice against fraud!

SOSFakeFlash is currently deep in investigations. It is hard to keep up. We are happy to report that has agreed to help us out. They will be publishing mini alerts against fake flash sellers being reported to us while we probe more deeply on other issues.

The counterfeit ring on eBay we called “Kaki Bukit” is growing! The address is:

30 kaki buldt rd 3
#06-03/04 empire techno ctr

It could change soon. Those who fraud try to evade us at SOSFakeFlash. We need your help! Please send in the addresses you have for an eBay fake flash memory seller.

If you are a victim, the best way you can help is to warn other eBay members! Read: How To Warn Others On eBay As A Fake Flash Angel – Fight Back Against Fake MP Players, Memory Cards, USB Flash Drives – A Guide


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eBay Scam – Urgent! Did You Buy From getwowprice Also Known As greatwallseller?

Posted by KittyFireFlash on September 10, 2009

If you bought an MP Player or usb memory pen stick flash drive from an eBay seller known under the ids of getwowprice and greatwallseller you risk losing information! You may not be aware that you purchased a false capacity device. The advertised capacity was wrong!

The flash storage chips were digitally altered to lie about their real capacity and fool operating systems.

SOSFakeFlash on August 28, 2009 published: getwowprice aka greatwallseller Ebay Fake Flash Seller High Alert Devious – China

Currently known as getwowprice, eBay has suspended this id! getwowprice has been sent to eBay Fake Flash Prison. It is urgent you test immediately! File a claim with paypal. Do not delay.

Currently PayPal is harassing victims of this seller’s scam refusing to cooperate with refunds.

getwowprice aka greatwallseller is one of the worst cases of fraud on file with SOSFakeFlash. Using private auctions this seller frauded thousands of members.

Paypal is not happy. Think of the money they need to refund! Do not let them get away with it! Force them to honour their supposed “Buyer Protection”.

One victim got this email from PayPal.

“Thank you for contacting PayPal.

Hello, my name is Katherine. I hope you understand that it is against PayPal’s policy to retain both the funds and the item therefore we require proof that the item has been returned to the seller before we will issue the refund.

If you fail to provide tracking information within 10 working days the claim will be closed in the seller’s favor and we can only advice you to take this matter outside of PayPal.

Thanks for sharing your concerns with us. We value what you have to say, and we know situations like this can be difficult. If you have more questions, visit our Help Center by clicking “Help” in the top right corner of any PayPal page.

PayPal Resolution Services
PayPal, an eBay Company”

This is the standard robotic stupidity paypal engages in . Do not be deceived by it. It is a silly template response. Please review PayPal How Long Do You Have To Claim For A Refund In Disputes? A Guide About PayPal From eBayer’s Experiences.

We advise you examine the telephone numbers available for PayPal: PayPal Telephone Numbers – Quick Reference Guide To Get A Human Responding Instead Of An Email Robot Try to get a human on the phone instead of a computer robot! Do not allow PayPal to make you a victim a second time. This seller’s fraud is amazing and PayPal enjoyed the fee’s.

getwowprice aka greatwallseller Addressing Information:

Chen Haijian


RescueEbayFakeFlashVictimsBuyers for getwowprice aka greatwallseller need to be warned. In using private auctions, you will not see an eBay item number. It is not needed. If you see ‘Private”, it is hiding a fake MP Player or usb flash drive sold.

If you found this article find at least 5 members who left positive feedback at random. Send them a message. Warn them! Do a good deed. Tell them to test and march their claim to PayPal immediately! You can only send up to 5 messages a day. Save another victim!

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Did You Leave Positive Feedback For A Fake Flash Seller Of MP Players, Memory Cards Or USB Flash Drives Purchased On eBay?

Posted by KittyFireFlash on August 14, 2009

LearningDid You Leave Positive Feedback For A Fake Flash Seller Of MP Players, Memory Cards Or USB Flash Drives Purchased On eBay? You are not alone!

Most people only give a quick inspection of their item, they don’t test the full advertised capacity. Afterall, who expected to receive a false capacity item in the first place? Never test by looking at what the operating system tells you about the size, that is the classic trap!

Fake items advertised at 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 120GB, 128GB, 240GB, 360GB, 500GB, 512GB have been digitally altered to lie about their real capacity. Test with H2testw.

You can add to your positive feedback, by doing “Follow Up FeedBack”! Let everyone know the truth!

By putting keywords such as “SOSFakeFlash” and “H2testw” along with the real size and the word FAKE, you can warn others. Fake Flash Sellers hate it! Victims love it!

Don’t forget, if you are still in your claim window race off to PayPal and file a dispute against the seller to get your money back.

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SOSFakeFlash Quick Note 20090805

Posted by techchips on August 10, 2009

Update August 25th, 2009: We are catching up on the current investigations!

FindFakeFlashSellersDetectiveDaffyThere are more than 30 eBay fake flash sellers currently under investigation. Please report in using the Report a fake tab. We will enter your information. Try to use the Advice tab and the HOW TO USE SITE tab to get the most out of this site. Fake Flash Counsellors are currently overloaded. Use the information provided by victims here to help yourself.

Remember, victims who get refunds are those who will not let eBay or PayPal get away with it. Don’t believe us? Read PayPal Refunds Victim Of Fake – False Capacity USB Flash Drives Purchased On Ebay. 8 Month Battle Leads To Success. You can win if you are stubborn and refuse to give up. If you don’t like being frauded, fight back!

To understand the warped minds of fake flash sellers read:

You can enter your sellers name into the search box to see if we have an alert. If your seller is not yet on the ebay fake flash sellers list, report in and leave a comment with your evidence on August 2009 – SOSFakeFlash Battle Plan This is important as the sellers name will be picked up on the internet and other victims will find the site for help.

This site has everything you need, roll up your sleeves and use it. The victims before YOU, made a lot of effort to document for the next victims to be. Keep an eye on the SOSFakeFlash Notice Board – for the latest news. Subscribe to RSS feeds to be notified about articles and comments.

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SOSFakeFlash Quick Note 20090809

Posted by KittyFireFlash on August 9, 2009

Beware! Be on the look out for eBay sellers who sell very cheap items such as a stylus,ear phones, cheap jewellery, ties and especially “sexy underwear ” to build feedback scores. Fake flash sellers of mp players, memory cards and usb flash drives use these items to prepare their id’s to build positive feedback or as a wall against eBay victims who leave negatives. These items are the calling cards, fake flash eBay fraudsters use! If you are a victim, please see if the seller continues to list the item you bought and report every single one to eBay at the bottom of the listing. There is nothing “sexy” about fraud and data loss due to False capacity items!

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eBay Suspends xie-518 – Notorious Fake Flash Seller Of MP Players

Posted by KittyFireFlash on August 3, 2009

EbayPrisoneBay fake flash seller xie-518 has been suspended by eBay for selling false capacity MP Players. This seller was devious trying to hide behind eBay’s private auction listings.

On June 28, 2009, SOSFakeFlash issued the following consumer alert: xie-518 Ebay Fake Flash Seller Alert Devious – China

Sellers who try to hide their sales from buyers using private auctions are being found out by victims.

If you purchased an MP Player from xie-518 , please test it for it’s real capacity. File a claim with PayPal immediately if you did not receive the advertised capacity. Do not delay! Report into SOSFakeFlash to enter your evidence to the database using the Report A Fake Tab

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SOSFakeFlash News 20090712 – Fake 32GB Memory Cards On eBay – Massive Fraud!

Posted by KittyFireFlash on July 13, 2009

Warning! Stay away from purchasing any Transcend memory cards on eBay. Especially any 32GB capacity. SOSFakeFlash has discovered a serious outbreak, a new plague in counterfeits and false capacity for Transcend memory cards. Do your homework! You are not going to get a genuine item or true capacity at $10 US to $75 US in 32GB size! Research the prices for memory cards. It is escalating on eBay! The number of people frauded are in the thousands. Dangerous sellers for fake memory cards in 32GB are: Read the rest of this entry »

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Full Report Ebay 200804 – 200905 Counterfeit And Fake Memory Cards, MP Players, Flash Memory USB Pensticks Sold On eBay By Seller To Help You Recognize The Fakes

Posted by techchips on June 6, 2009

The new edition of the master report on eBay fake flash devices sold by seller now contains 13 months of data. Presented to you by the FrankenFlashProject this new report contains 390 sellers and 1,044 models, the majority with photos used at auction. Previously this report was referred to as the fake flash sellers mug shot report.

In the early months of the battle to rid eBay of these fraudsters, there was less emphasis on documenting and preserving all the fakes investigated. At the time, SOSFakeFlash and Ebayers Against Fake Flash Devices thought through effort and arm twisting eBay would finally wake up after fives years and address the issue. They did not.

Instead, they attempted to hound and persecute those who worked inside eBay addressing the issue and promoting awareness. Many found themselves suspended or locked out, but for each fake flash angel whose wings were singed another soon stepped forward.

As SOSFakeFlash kept investigating and publishing alerts, eBay began to suspend sellers. At first you might think this is postive, but it also gives eBay the ability to immediately remove all of the sellers listings current and previous; to prevent any further negative feedback from accumulating against a seller. As a result SOSFakeFlash documents in advance to ensure evidence remains and is preserved. While this creates a lot of additional overhead and work, it is necessary so that you might have the master report.

SOSFakeFlash’s Investigative Master Report of ebay fake flash sellers. Devices sold from April 2008 to May 2009.

This file is in pdf format. 2.1 MB is size. Contains 65 pages and is in colour.

You the eBay victims, have made this report possible. By reporting to us using the report a fake tab and by fake flash angel cells sending their contributions, together you build this list! It is something no one can deny. It also means people who have said there is a problem on eBay all these years were not making it up. It is real. Of course eBay already knows this, they just do not want the global public to find out. Get your report and review it for yourselves. What are your conclusions?

Continue to fight back. Contact fellow victims of your fake flash seller and rescue them. You will find some willing to join you if you show you are committed to having the seller REMOVED. If you look at the eBay Fake Flash Sellers List and review the current one you will see many fake flash sellers are under suspension. That is the power of YOU!

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Unpaid Item Strike eBay – What To Do When A Fake Flash Seller Gets Vindictive

Posted by KittyFireFlash on June 1, 2009

You bought a fake MP Player, usb flash drive or memory card and discovered the Truth. You dragged the fake flash seller to the PayPal dispute console and forced him to return your money. Your money is refunded, then suddenly you find an unpaid item strike against you from eBay. What is going on? What should you do? Read the rest of this entry »

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PayPal Demands Aids Criminal Activity – Danger! eBay Refunds For Fake Flash USB drives – Fake MP Players – Fake Memory Cards

Posted by KittyFireFlash on May 11, 2009

eBay and Paypal orders victims of fake flash purchases to return the crime to the criminals as a condition of refund. What happens? When victims of fake flash purchases on are ordered to return the items, SOSFakeFlash considers it aiding and abeiting criminals and sheltering them to continue in their black market activity. Selling fake MP Players, fake usb flash drives and fake memory cards is big business on eBay and has harmed many with data loss. In forcing members to return items as a condition of refund both ebay and PayPal participate in the crime, they force members to violate the laws found in most countries that prohibit using the local postal system to send or receive fake and counterfeit goods. Some eBay members are not aware of this. Others are but because eBay and PayPal refuse to listen and as they have suffered a serious financial loss attempt to examine the possibility of returning the items. What happens to eBay members when then return the items? Do they get a refund? What are the challenges many eBayers face when they try determine where to send the items back?

A recent case involving eBay Seller worldshiping12699 and eBay Buyer BarryX is presented to demonstrate the problems.

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PayPal Orders You To Return Fake MP Players, Fake MP Players , Fake USB Flash Drives, Fake Memory Cards To Get A Refund? Think Again!

Posted by KittyFireFlash on April 28, 2009

Are you thinking of obeying PayPals demands to return fake MP Players, Memory Cards or usb flash drives purchased on eBay from a fake flash seller to get a refund? SOSFakeFlash has published many articles on why you should not. We think you should read the latest article just published by FakeFlashNews.

eBay Refunds For Fake Flash USB drives – Returning For Refunds. How Many Addresses Do Fake Flash Sellers Have – A Buyer’s Confusion

After reading it please consult PayPal How Long Do You Have To Claim For A Refund In Disputes? A Guide About PayPal From eBayer’s Experiences. and read all the helpful articles published in that guide to assist victims of fake flash purchases on eBay!

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Call To Victims Of Fake Flash Seller takeme2home – Did You Send Items back To This Address?

Posted by KittyFireFlash on April 22, 2009

takeme2home is an eBayer seller id that has a long history of trafficking in fake and counterfeit USB Flash Drives, Memory Cards and MP Players. Detected in June 2008 takeme2home was forced into fake flash retirement.

Don of Fake Flash known under the former flag ship id 3totrade was chased from eBay by members. eBayers and SOSFakeFalsh continued round up his other id’s. One by one. He took the takeme2home id out of retirement and pressed into full fake flash selling duties.

SOSFakeFlash was patiently waiting for this id to return and on April 10th, 2009 published this alert:

takeme2home Ebay Fake Flash Seller High Alert – Hong Kong – Another eBay Seller Id Of The Don Of Fake Flash In The Orient

Ebay victims began arriving. Address information received added and linked this suspected id to the Don’s arsenal.

Now victims are going through the usual mindless PayPal emailing robots to return the fake flash items. Some caved in, breaking the postal laws in their countries and sent the items back. Did they get a refund? If you examine feedback, it seems that victims did not. In the past the Don Of Fake Flash flash has pulled similar tricks – a bad return address. He did this with the pengsoloshow ebay seller id. It is very likely he is doing it now with the takeme2home id.

Has PayPal ordered YOU to return the items to this address?

Hong Kong

Are you a person who sent an item to this address and then had the seller id claim it was never received? Please contact us at

The original shipping address from Kong Kong was:

Lei Sio Hong

Room 1921, HengFung House,
Heng On Estate,
Shatia, Hongkong

The oringal adddress in China was:

Zhong Lisha(TH)

32B, XiaoFeng Building ,
YouYi Road, Luohu District,
Shenzhen, 518002
Guangdong Province

As we have said many times, please do not send fake and counterfeit flash nand technology items back to the counterfeiters. Make sure to get PayPal on record with email evidence demanding this. The fact it they know better, but their email robots don’t.

Please see the recent comments on PayPal, there is more information and contact numbers you can call.

and the general link given to sort out PayPal call numbers. PayPal People are reported to have more good sense these days then their robots.

If you are a victim of takeme2home and you sent the item to the furniture store address and did not get a refund – CALL PAYPAL! Forget about any time window claims, insist on your refund. If you paid by credit card, call the credit card company to initiate a reversal. Make a complaint to eBay as well.

Posted in Alert, Fake Flash China, Fake Flash HK, News | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment » Retired Go To FrankenFlash Project and SOSFakeFlash Announces

Posted by KittyFireFlash on April 5, 2009

The FrankenFlash Project has removed the site from the website group. Addressing eBayers who have suffered from fake and false capacity MP Players, USB flash drives and Memory Cards Purchased on eBay this site suffered heavy bandwidth as buyers attempt to research their fraudulent sellers. Specializing in providing translation to reach the global community, eBayers Against False Capacity Flash will be missed. Unfortunately the site was attacked. To avoid the server hosting the site from being exposed, the project chose to remove the site.

Fighting the issue of fake MP Players, Memory Cards and Usb flash drives is challenging. Those who engage in this illegal traffic and reprogramming of devices don’t want the global public to be informed on the issues. It destroys their profits. That is exactly the aim of the FrankenFlash Project – to stop this terrible plague that hurting so many people around the world!

For the international community:

Please visit the replacement for , go to Ebayers Against Fake Flash Devices II has the same functionality of the old site. Translation will be slower but it is now offered in 42 languages. It offers caching but will only translate 1 article every 11 minutes. In time the cache will build to provide everyone with the information they need in languages they understand.

For translation on news for fake flash you can visit FakeFlashNews II.

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MP Players eBay Stop Buying 8GB 16GB MP3 MP4 At Cut Rate Bargain Prices SOSFakeFlash Advises

Posted by KittyFireFlash on April 5, 2009

MP Players are hot on eBay! Beware. 8GB and 16GB Players with MP3 or MP4 are likely to be fakes or counterfeits if you bought at low prices. If you are lucky your MP player will be 2GB or 4GB – not more.

Fake MP Players on eBay are an old story and it’s been around for several years. Every day there is a new crop of victims. Why? Bargain hunting! SOSFakeFlash has no choice but to issue this warning. Do not buy any MP Players on eBay advertised as 8GB or 16GB. Period! Stop looking for bargains! You are not going to get a real 8GB or 16GB at $25 to $50.

We know that economic conditions are hard, but you need to be realistic about paying fair prices. If you want to pay less and get more – welcome to fake flash hell!

You might find SOSFakeFlash’s words harsh. They are. Too many people are being frauded and few get their money back. Many eBayers are conned into believing their MP Player is “defective”. There is nothing defective in reprogramming a flash drive chip to lie about it’s size!

Make sure to look at the reference reading presented below for additional information and advice. Also see the list of eBay Sellers caught selling fake MP Players as of April 4th, 2009 at the end of this article

Most of the Fake MP Players are coming from sellers in Hong Kong and China. There appear to be two distinct rings operating under many id’s. It is a fake flash collective. Beware that due to SOSFakeFlash’s internet presence eBay sellers are now listing advertising local countries. You will only realize the truth when your MP Player arrives.

The profits from selling fake MP Players is mind numbing! Current estimates are 1 in a 250 sold leads to a PayPal dispute, that is 249 ahead. Both eBay and fake flash seller are dancing with fake flash profit joy – at your expense!

Avoid the misery of filing disputes. The pain grows when eBay quickly suspends the seller, whoops all listings gone, all evidence gone. You will have to crawl under the hood of your Paypal account and do a lot of extra digging to file a dispute when a seller is deregistered.

eBay and PayPal are not not going to make it easy for you. The harder the better. After all they don’t want to refund you. eBay has never warned members who bought from a fake flash seller and they never will. Why? It means admitting to the fact they have a problem.

Never pay for an MP Player using your bank account, use your credit card with PayPal. It gives you a better chance of recovering your money. PayPal hates it. Fake flash sellers will hate it more! PayPal may say they can’t refund you because they need to get to the fake flash sellers funds. Funny how quickly they will claw back the money from the fraudster when the credit card company does a reversal!

For now, do not buy MP Players at 8GB 16GB with MP3 MP4 on eBay. Save up until you have enough to buy a real one locally. There are just too many fakes. eBay is not cleaning things up, instead they registering sellers so they can remove listings and all traces of what these scammers sold! The fraud is astonishing.

If you bought an MP Player on eBay, tested it and found out you have a fake, make sure you leave a negative immediately! File a dispute afterwards. Never withdraw your negative in exchange for a refund. Never return a fake with the hope or promise of your refund. Also be a good citizen and do your part – contact other buyers who left positive feedback and get them to test! If you left positive feedback – do follow up feedback indicating that you really bought a fake! Add in your feedback the web address – our calling card and message to fake flash sellers and to assist other eBayers trying to find the truth and get help!

Also visit the new site and read:

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

Now, have a look at the sellers caught by SOSFakeFlash so far.

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What Is It That eBay Sellers of Fake Flash Devices Using Private Auctions Just Don’t Understand?

Posted by KittyFireFlash on January 22, 2009

It is no secret that eBay is NOT the place to buy flash devices such as usb flash drives, memory cards or MP Players. There are genuine sellers of these items on eBay but they are few and hard to find -buried under the cheap and not so cheap fake flash heap. The traffic in counterfeit and fake (flash capacity) has been around for a long time on eBay, old eBay members say it dates back to 2003 but most internet evidence starts appearing in 2005.

eBay Fake Flash sellers come and go. The most recent trend is to use Private Auctions so that there is no evidence of what was purchased. This is against the intent eBay had for the use of such listing. Like other fake flash sellers they do get found out. But these sellers add to their crimes when they are caught by a member. SOSFakeFlash has seen this repeatedly in eight months of investigating.

Seeing it is believing it. Here is one of the most obvious and glaring examples.

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Buying On eBay – MP Players – Memory Cards – USB Flash drives – Why You should Use A Credit Card To Pay And Not Your Bank Account

Posted by KittyFireFlash on January 21, 2009

The evidence gathered in the last eight months by the FrankenFlash Project and their groups indicates that buying MP Players, USB Flash Drives and Memory Cards is a very risky business. You will find more than enough documented evidence at

So if you are going to bid and buy on eBay why use a credit card instead of bank account funding?

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eBay Private Auction Listings – eBay Fake Flash Sellers Prefer – Victims Learn The Meaning The Hard Way – A Guide

Posted by KittyFireFlash on January 21, 2009

eBay sellers of fake flash MP Players, memory cards and usb flash drives prefer private auction listings. They avoid detection the longest, make antonishing profit and create the longest list of victims who will be made obsured by this listing category. Sellers who use this listing type are not found only in the Orient, you will find them everywhere including in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe. Some begin selling this way, others resort to this listing type when negative feedback starts to come in revealing the truth about what they are selling.
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Master Report Ebay Fake Flash USB Drives – Memory Cards – MP Players 200804 – 200812 – To Help You Recognize The Fakes

Posted by KittyFireFlash on January 3, 2009

Ebay Master Report on Fake Flash for 8 months from the FrankenFlash Project. It Includes not only the documented fakes listed on ebay but all the other models listed and sold by a seller caught. Not all victims have reported in. This report will help you identify fakes that you have purchased but are not on file with us. The report only includes sellers we have investigated. We have others in the database, waiting for a victim to report in. Ebay listings may disappear but we have preserved the information. You can still report in for a seller (see report a fake tab at SOSFakeFlash) using the information in this report and also your ebay item number. Make sure to specifythe page, column and row item number for your seller for your model on our report.

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