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Counterfeit DT300/128GB Kingston DataTraveler Fake USB Flash Drive

Posted by flashchiptutor on November 14, 2011

Beware Kingston DataTraveler model DT300 advertised as 128GB with this packaging and drive markings of 128GB is a counterfeit – fake! Kingston did not produce these. The DT300 usb flash drive was manufactured in only one capacity, 256GB. They are sold mainly on wholesaler internet sites in China and Hong Kong. You will also find them listed on eBay by sellers who do not research the DT300 model and demonstrate both negligence and ignorance. You can find them on other internet sites too. In some cases, listings will advertise them as “upgraded” – there is no such thing. This is a polite term for false capacity.

Avoid being frauded or scammed. Do not buy this usb flash drive in the packaging shown, you risk data loss. Do not sell this usb flash drive!

Instead, if you wish to buy on the internet visit Kingston’s site to determine the models offered and the colour coding for sizes to help you avoid a false capacity drive. Use this new guide: Kingston USB Flash Drives. How To Check You Have A Genuine One And Not A Counterfeit – Easy Guide. Kingston Technologies Fighting To Protect Consumers And Itself From Counterfeits. if you suspect you purchased a counterfeit or false capacity Kingston USB Flash drive.

DT300 128GB

To see what the real Kingston DT300 usb DataTraveler looks like read:

What Is The Biggest USB Pen Stick Memory Flash Drive Size On The Market? Kingston Technologies Releases DT300 256GB

Additional Reading:

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

If you want to review all the counterfeits found on eBay you can visit three sites. Just type in the word Kingston in the search box to see what is currently documented:

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Counterfeit Corsair Flash Voyager 128GB 128 Fake USB Flash Drive – Pictures And Packaging

Posted by flashchiptutor on July 5, 2011

Beware Of Corsair Flash Voyager Usb flash drives advertised at 128GB with this packaging and drive markings. They are counterfeits, fake! Corsair did not produce them in the size advertised. Sold mainly on wholesaler internet sites in China, Hong Kong. You can find them on other internet sites too. In some cases, listings will advertise them as “upgraded” – there is no such thing. This is a polite term for false capacity. The 128 GB Flash Voyager Corsair fake is very popular on eBay.

Avoid being frauded or scammed. Do not buy this usb flash drive in the packaging shown, you risk data loss. Do not sell this usb flash drive! The Flash Voyager was made in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacity. If you see any advertising for 64GB, 128GB or 256GB you will buy a fake.

This story provides a lot of detail on the counterfeit flash voyager usb memory problem:

Fake 128GB Corsair Flash Drive Counterfeit Voyager Pen Sticks Continue To Be Sold On eBay.

Do not be fooled by term “OEM”. Do not assume counterfeit or fake means the usb flash drives are only knock offs of the Corsair brand name – harmless in your pursuit of profit. These usb flash drives will not contain the advertised capacity of flash memory.

If you list these flash drives on eBay, there is a strong possibility a warning will be issued on the internet by the WatchDog site for flash memory. If your buyers report you, you will be recorded at SOSFakeFlash.

On eBay, the problem of fake memory usb flash drives being sold there remains a very serious problem:

Crises on Ebay For Fake Flash Memory Products Sold In 32GB 64GB 128GB 256GB – SOSFakeFlash Reports

Inspectors continue to examine eBay listings for fake flash voyager usb flash drives, in the interest of protecting consumers.

To understand read Why Is Fake Flash Memory So Dangerous?

Please avoid being scammed with Fake Corsair flash drives. Avoid the temptation to import them from Chinese wholesaling sites. Did you know if you sell these flash drives on eBay your buyers do not have to return them to you for a refund?

PayPal Refunds – Counterfeit Items Policy Change Nov 01 2010. What Does This Mean For Fake Flash Memory? MP Players, USB Flash Drives, Memory Cards? Hacked Memory Awareness Growing.

Yes the rules have changed. It is also very difficult for you to get your investment back from internet wholesalers, especially if you chose not to fund with a credit card. If you were wise enough to use a credit card, you might have the possibility to contact Corsair and ask them to provide you with supporting documentation. The fact is, no Flash Voyager usb flash drive exists above 32GB. Any credit card company can find this out by reviewing the information for the Flash Voyager usb drive at Corsair websites.

Avoid trouble, don’t buy these fakes and save your seller reputation.

What do 128GB Flash Voyager counterfeits look like?

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Additional Reading:

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

If you want to review all the counterfeits found on eBay you can visit three sites. Just type in the word Kingston in the search box to see what is currently documented:

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Counterfeit DT101/128GB Kingston DataTraveler Fake USB Flash Drive – Blue Silver 128 GB

Posted by flashchiptutor on August 27, 2010

Beware Kingston DataTraveler model DT101 advertised as 128GB with this packaging in silver and blue is a counterfeit – fake! Kingston did not produce these, in the size advertised with the colour coding stated. Sold mainly on wholesaler internet sites in China, Hong Kong. You can find them on other internet sites too. In some cases, listings will advertise them as “upgraded” – there is no such thing. This is a polite term for false capacity.

Avoid being frauded or scammed. Do not buy this usb flash drive in the packaging shown, you risk data loss. Do not sell this usb flash drive!

Instead, if you wish to buy on the internet visit Kingston’s site to determine the models offered and the colour coding for sizes to help you avoid a false capacity drive. Use this new guide: Kingston USB Flash Drives. How To Check You Have A Genuine One And Not A Counterfeit – Easy Guide. Kingston Technologies Fighting To Protect Consumers And Itself From Counterfeits. if you suspect you purchased a counterfeit or false capacity Kingston USB Flash drive.

These DT101/128GB usb flash drives are fakes:

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The highest capacity Kingston Technologies made for a DT101 usb flash drive is only 16GB. Any other size offered by wholesalers, retailers or internet sites is a fake with an upgraded capacity that does not have a 128GB flash memory chip inside. Upgraded means the usb flash drive has been digitally manipulated to lie about it’s true size to operating system. This means customers will lose their files as soon as they go beyond the real size of the flash memory chip.

The genuine Kingston DT101 usb flash drives:

DT101 angled Group

Additional Reading:

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

If you want to review all the counterfeits found on eBay you can visit three sites. Just type in the word Kingston in the search box to see what is currently documented:

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Counterfeit DT101/128GB Kingston DataTraveler Fake USB Flash Drive – Yellow Silver 128 GB

Posted by flashchiptutor on August 27, 2010

Beware Kingston DataTraveler model DT101 advertised as 128GB with this packaging in silver and yellow is a counterfeit – fake! Kingston did not produce these, in the size advertised with the colour coding stated. Sold mainly on wholesaler internet sites in China, Hong Kong. You can find them on other internet sites too. In some cases, listings will advertise them as “upgraded” – there is no such thing. This is a polite term for false capacity.

Avoid being frauded or scammed. Do not buy this usb flash drive in the packaging shown, you risk data loss. Do not sell this usb flash drive!

Instead, if you wish to buy on the internet visit Kingston’s site to determine the models offered and the colour coding for sizes to help you avoid a false capacity drive. Use this new guide: Kingston USB Flash Drives. How To Check You Have A Genuine One And Not A Counterfeit – Easy Guide. Kingston Technologies Fighting To Protect Consumers And Itself From Counterfeits. if you suspect you purchased a counterfeit or false capacity Kingston USB Flash drive.

These DT101/128GB usb flash drives are fakes:

DT101-128GB-Group

The highest capacity Kingston Technologies made for a DT101 usb flash drive is only 16GB. Any other size offered by wholesalers, retailers or internet sites is a fake with an upgraded capacity that does not have a 128GB flash memory chip inside. Upgraded means the usb flash drive has been digitally manipulated to lie about it’s true size to operating system. This means customers will lose their files as soon as they go beyond the real size of the flash memory chip.

The genuine Kingston DT101 usb flash drives:

DT101 angled Group

Additional Reading:

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

If you want to review all the counterfeits found on eBay you can visit three sites. Just type in the word Kingston in the search box to see what is currently documented:

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Counterfeit DT101/128GB Kingston DataTraveler Fake USB Flash Drive – Pink Silver 128 GB

Posted by flashchiptutor on August 26, 2010

Beware Kingston DataTraveler model DT101 advertised as 128GB with this packaging in silver and pink is a counterfeit – fake! Kingston did not produce these, in the size advertised with the colour coding stated. Sold mainly on wholesaler internet sites in China, Hong Kong. You can find them on other internet sites too. In some cases, listings will advertise them as “upgraded” – there is no such thing. This is a polite term for false capacity.

Avoid being frauded or scammed. Do not buy this usb flash drive in the packaging shown, you risk data loss. Do not sell this usb flash drive!

Instead, if you wish to buy on the internet visit Kingston’s site to determine the models offered and the colour coding for sizes to help you avoid a false capacity drive. Use this new guide: Kingston USB Flash Drives. How To Check You Have A Genuine One And Not A Counterfeit – Easy Guide. Kingston Technologies Fighting To Protect Consumers And Itself From Counterfeits. if you suspect you purchased a counterfeit or false capacity Kingston USB Flash drive.

These DT101/128GB usb flash drives are fakes:

DT101-128GB-Group

The highest capacity Kingston Technologies made for a DT101 usb flash drive is only 16GB. Any other size offered by wholesalers, retailers or internet sites is a fake with an upgraded capacity that does not have a 128GB flash memory chip inside. Upgraded means the usb flash drive has been digitally manipulated to lie about it’s true size to operating system. This means customers will lose their files as soon as they go beyond the real size of the flash memory chip.

The genuine Kingston DT101 usb flash drives:

DT101 angled Group

Additional Reading:

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

If you want to review all the counterfeits found on eBay you can visit three sites. Just type in the word Kingston in the search box to see what is currently documented:

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128GB Kingston DT150 128GB 128 GB DataTraveler 150 USB Flash Drive Counterfeits

Posted by flashchiptutor on April 14, 2009

Beware Kingston DataTraveler Kingston DT150 128GB advertised as 128GB with this packaging and drive markings of 128GB is a counterfeit – fake! Kingston has not yet offered this size for sale. It is sold on wholesaler internet sites in China and Hong Kong.

Currently the largest capacity offered is 64GB on the consumer market. At Kingston’s site this model is no where to be found. It they made a whopping 128GB Kingston DT150 you can be sure they would present it for the whole world to see! Afterall as of April 12th, 2009 they would be the first to offer a 128GB usb flash drive on the market! The counterfeit below is a fake and so obvious too. Kingston would never use a sticker on packaging to advertise the size of their usb flash drives.

Recently a lot of counterfeit Kingston DT150 DataTraveler usb flash drives have shown up on eBay! You can read about it in Confirmed – Counterfeit Kingston DT150 32GB DataTraveler Ring eBay Sellers minggege99, abestpartner0, and niuren2008

Avoid being frauded or scammed. Do not buy this usb flash drive in the packaging shown, you risk data loss. Do not sell this usb flash drive! Instead, if you wish to buy on the internet visit Kingston’s site to determine the models offered and the colour coding for sizes to help you avoid a false capacity drive.

Important Reading:

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

KINGSTON DT150 128GB

See DataTraveler 150 Models Available at Kingston For Inspection Always visit Kingston’s site to verify what they make!

If you want to review all the counterfeits found on eBay you can visit these two sites. Just type in the word Kingston in the search box to see what is currently documented:

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128GB Kingston DataTraveler Counterfeit Fake USB Flash Drive – DTI Series – White With Grey – DTI/1GB

Posted by flashchiptutor on April 4, 2009

Beware Kingston DataTraveler advertised as 128GB with drive colour white with grey in white black packaging is a counterfeit – fake! Kingston did not produce these, in the size advertised with the colour coding stated. Sold on wholesaler internet sites in China and Hong Kong. Often sold as “upgraded” – there is no such thing. This drive is likely to have a real capacity in line with it’s colour coding case. Old smaller capacity Kingston usb flash drives are frequent targets for counterfeiting and digitally altering to report a much larger capacity than the flash chip can support.

Avoid being frauded or scammed. Do not buy this usb flash drive in the packaging shown, you risk data loss. Do not sell this usb flash drive! Instead, if you wish to buy on the internet visit Kingston’s site to determine the models offered and the colour coding for sizes to help you avoid a false capacity drive.

Important Reading:

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

128GBDataTravelerWhiteBlack

The grey Kingston DataTraveler is the Data Traveler USB flash drive – 1GB DTI/1GB usb flash drive. There is no guarantee that this fake will have a real capacity of 1GB. Much depends on the flash drive chip used, not the shell casing.

If you want to review all the counterfeits found on eBay you can visit these two sites. Just type in the word Kingston in the search box to see what is currently documented:

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