How to spot fake SDHC, SD, MemoryStick and CF memory cards

How to spot fake memory card

As fake memory cards have now proliferated throughout the marketplace, it is important to be able to spot a fake. This page includes methods to spot fakes, and examples of fake cards.

Why should you care?

  • Inferior quality card – you’re not getting what you paid for
  • No warranty – when the card fails, you’re out of luck
  • Fake cards sometimes have invalid partition sizes, making it likely to fail
  • It will drive costs of genuine cards up

So how can we spot the fake?

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How to spot fake Bordeaux wine

In this article we start series of review about fake Bordeaux wine and learn better how to buy genuine wine.
Counterfeit wine is rife within the industry and there have been several incidents recently concerning the discoveries of fake Italian (Sassicaia), Australian (Penfolds Grange), Canadian (Ice Wine) and fine European Wines (China).

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How to spot fake Gibson Les Paul Guitar

Gibson guitars are synonymous with quality, beauty and are desired by collectors and musicians the world over. The Les Paul, in particular, has aided in the creation of the modern music scene that we know today. However, this makes them expensive in their own right. They are constructed with the finest tone woods and are still very much hand crafted.
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How to Spot Fake Timberland Boots

With its large lines of work boots and casual footwear, Timberland has established itself as one of the most popular shoe brands in the world, and it has an extensive clothing collection as well. Despite (or because of) their success, there are still counterfeit Timberland products flooding the market and sometimes it can be difficult to know whether you are buying the real deal or not. However, spotting fake Timberland products does not have to be a chore and soon you will be able to tell if what you are looking at is real..

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How to Spot a Fake Tissot Watch

The Tissot watch company was established in 1853 in the small village of Le Locle, Switzerland. The company provides high-quality timepieces to consumers in 150 countries as of 2009. Because of Tissot’s quality, the price range for its watches go from at least $225 to the thousands. However, some less-than-honest manufacturers are selling replica, or fake, Tissot watches as authentic ones, especially via Internet shopping outlets. To determine whether a purported Tissot is a counterfeit item, you can examine certain characteristics of the watch..

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How to spot fake UGG boots.

Ugg boots

UGG boots have a long 200 years history. They became very popular and fashionable since 2003 and are still very popular worldwide. At the same time a lot of UGGS on offline shops and e-markets including eBay ar fakes.
There is a simple instruction to help you recognize if UGG boots are fake or genuine. Continue reading “How to spot fake UGG boots.”

How to Recognize Fake Tiffany Jewelry


Most women love the little blue box that holds Tiffany and Co.’s jewelry. From sterling-silver earrings and necklaces to diamond rings and pendants, Tiffany and Co. is known for its fine pieces. Like most designer products, there is an entire market for replica Tiffany and Co. jewelry, and you don’t want to get duped into buying a fake. Follow a few simple steps to spot fake Tiffany and Co. jewelry..
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Fake Facebook? Spot it!

If you have been behind a computer for years and have seen so many single friends trying to find something and looking at hundreds of profiles on line, it’s not that hard to spot a fake profile but the excitement of the possibility of finding the man of their dreams or the woman of their dreams makes them ignore red flags that are impossible to miss..

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