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  Reply # 1602443 1-Aug-2016 19:14
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I trust only cards bought from Amazon, when they are sold and shipped from Amazon. Anything else and you risk getting 1GB cards that misrepresent to be higher capacity.

 

 

Even direct-from-Amazon isn't a guarantee, you can get fake stuff from third-party sellers there. What I do is go to the manufacturer site and buy from their approved local reseller, e.g. for Sandisk they link to Ascent (which is a good place to buy stuff anyway), so I just ordered from there.

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