Avoid this scam!

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Avoid this scam!

Postby ian_hawdon » Wed Apr 11, 2007 8:14 pm

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BIDDING-NEW-8GB-M ... dZViewItem

Here is a prime example of a fake memory scam, they admit to memory faking but you have to read between the lines:

# Capacity: 8GB* Flash Drive(act as a 8GB USB Flash Drive for storing data file.)


Then Later:

# First GB playable & recordable * This is a compressed 8GB flash drive, the 8GB capacity is for storing data files only; the actual playable and recordable capacity is 1GB, a surplus 7GB is for storing data files.


Avoid these like the plague!
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