- Report: #1095531
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Complaint Review: John McLean hannah100712 ( Ebay)
John McLean hannah100712 ( Ebay)19 Windcrest Laguna Niguel , California USA
John McLean hannah100712 ( Ebay) John & Sheila McLean, McLean's Store, JohnandsheilamJohn Mcleanhannah100712 Ebay screen name. Counterfeit Memory Cards Fake memory cards 64GB card represented, actually hacked 4GB card. Ongoing scam from Con artist. Also, target for " money making secret" marketing scam. Ebay fake card King pin Laguna Niguel California
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Simple put, selling a hacked 4GB MicroSD memory card as a 64GB MicroSD card by fradulently mislabeling the card as well as using hacking software to alter the paramemters into fooling the computer into thinking the 4GB card is actually 64GB card.
Most buyers will not realize the deception until its too late. Card will appear as a 64GB card, computer,cell phone or camera will tell them its a 64GB card and it will hold up for about 3.7GB of data so the initial test of a few pictures or some files transferred on it will work. This will give the illusion that the card is fine however once you go past the 3.7GB, the files appear to write on the card however they will be corupted and unable to access them. Its an elaborate trick requiring sophication to understand what is happening.
Buyer will need to utalize a software such as " H2testw 1.4 " to run on the card into to verify this or else they will end up having most of their data corupted.
If scamming people was not bad enough, you then are trying to push people into some kind of pyramid ponzi scheme as shown by the CD which you send out with all your products.
However, I am more concerned about the hacked 4GB cards as 64GB cards which will a*s an initial inspection but then corrupt people family pictures and video while on vacation which no amount of money can recover.
The seller negatvie feedback form the few people technically savy enough to figure it out is here:
Unfortunately since this scam is very elaborate, it takes a sophisticated buyer to uncover the fraudulent memory card and you do not get a fraction of the negative feedback you deserve.
There are various websites that warn of these fake card that he is selling.
The last picture was found on an ebay community message board on how to spot fake memory. The packing wording, layout, and graphics match the one you are selling exactly ! The only difference its that his packaging is a little more blue but it clearly the same capacity counterfeit counterfeit cards
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/29/2013 04:38 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/John-McLean-hannah100712-Ebay-/Laguna-Niguel-California-92677/John-McLean-hannah100712-Ebay-John-Sheila-McLean-McLeans-Store-JohnandsheilamJoh-1095531. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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