Repairing Fake Flash Memory. How You Ended Up With This Problem And Challenge. From InspectorTech At FixFakeFlash.
Posted by inspectortech on January 28, 2010
So you are trying to repair a fake flash memory product? Wondering how you got into this mess? Well what do you know about the costs of flash memory?
SOSFakeFlash helps eBay members who have been frauded on eBay. They collect data as well as investigate fraudulent sellers caught. The InspectorTech group at FixFakeFlash is republishing their article. Please read it and learn why you ended up at the FixFakeFlash site!
Feel free to post the address to this article at websites and forums. You have a tough challenge ahead of you to fix your fake memory item. Warn people, help educate the global public. Write in your native language!
There are better things to do with our lives then repairing flash memory items reprogrammed to lie about their real size. Did you lose files and data?
Reprinted From SOSFakeFlash 20100108:
Why do people become victims on eBay when they buy flash memory cards, usb flash drives or MPx Players?
Members do not understand the real costs of flash memory chips. They assume the low prices on eBay are because the retail outlet has been removed from the picture. Wrong!
Please visit FlashFakeCentral . The site was fast tracked to the internet.
You have two very important lessons assigned to you:
A) Consult Flash Memory prices. Flash Memory Chips – Prices. You will even find a current hotlink to the spot prices for the day.
B) Read the Global report. It covers SOSFakeFlash’s efforts for 2008 to the end of 2009. Global – eBay Fake Memory. You will find out how much fake flash sellers receive in bid prices for their false capacity items depending on their continent of registration, What the average buying prices are by victims, even how the false capacity sizes offered is changing by business quarter.