XS Cargo / USB flash memory drive
I purchased an advertised 16GB USB flash drive at XS Cargo. When I tested it I found it's only 1GB but tells Windows it's 16GB; it lets you save 16GB of data on it but it loses the last 15GB. I now know that fake drives like this are commonly sold on eBay. I don't yet know if XS Cargo is knowingly selling fraudulently misrepresented merchandise or is a victim themselves; their response when I told them of this problem was "contact our head office via our website" which I did as best I could, since they allow only 450 characters. I'm waiting to see if they respond. Meanwhile, don't purchase any USB flash drive you can't return for a refund, and test all new drives immediately with the free program "H2testw" before saving your data on them.