Keith I Myers – 2018-05-14 11:26:39-0400 – Updated: 2018-05-14 11:26:39-0400Updated with Amazon’s Response – Warning: @Amazon has a Massive Problem with Fake MicroSD Cards – https://kmyers.me/blog/rant/warning-amazon-has-a-massive-problem-with-fake-microsd-cards/ . It is too early to declare victory but it looks like things are moving in a positive direction.
Warning: Amazon has a Massive Problem with Fake MicroSD Cards
Shared with: Public, Keith I Myers, Ben Reese+1’d by: Anders Nordin, Dominico HodnettReshared by: Dominico HodnettBen Reese – 2018-05-14 23:46:27-0400I find it a bit lazy of Amazon to ask YOU to provide the ASN for these cards. It would be in their best interest to seek them out themselves.
Did they offer any reembursement for your time? Like, perhaps, one of those SanDisk 400 GB cards? You’ve likely saved them hundreds in return shipping costs. Keith I Myers – 2018-05-15 00:46:13-0400+Ben Reese I do find it strange that they asked for the ASIN numbers as I linked to several examples in the post itself. I did however not mind pulling this up for them.
As far as the preventing a lot of returns, it is my hope that I do however as all of these products are still available for purchase, I can’t claim credit for anything. The best I can do is try to spread the word.
Regarding payments and free products, I am not really expecting anything out of it. Ben Reese – 2018-05-15 12:43:40-0400+Keith I Myers yeah, I wouldn’t expect anything either. Just would be nice of Amazon since gathering the ASN for every one requires a bit of time.
Only thing that might actually get Amazon’s attention is to actually buy a few, test them, and request a return when you find it doesn’t match the description. Keith I Myers – 2018-05-15 12:45:33-0400+Ben Reese — Trying to solve it nicely before resorting to something stronger.