Is my card genuine?

I got an amazing deal on a 64gb card and took it.

The card arrived but the package looks a bit different from what I have on other cards (I have 5 different MicroSD cards).

I suspect it is not genuine.

The card is stamped with the following on its back:

MMB3RO8BUACA-GE

XL8B20140102

Main in Taiwan

The package states Made in China…

Can anyone help me verify genuinity of this card?

Thanks

The Duck

h2testw can.

From what I read on other forums (forgive me :slight_smile: ) H2testw can verify the available capacity.
I want to verify genuinety. To be sure it is a SanDisk product and not a counterfeit. …

Thanks for your help.

The Duck

_ H2testw test results _

The media is likely to be defective.

7.8 GByte OK (16378805 sectors)

54.6 GByte DATA LOST (114685003 sectors)

Details:0 KByte overwritten (0 sectors)

0 KByte slightly changed (< 8 bit/sector, 0 sectors)

54.6 GByte corrupted (114685003 sectors)

0 KByte aliased memory (0 sectors)

First error at offset: 0x00000001f3d76a00

Expected: 0x00000001f3d76a00

Found: 0x7a9c9225d70583e0

H2testw version 1.3

Writing speed: 7.04 MByte/s

Reading speed: 14.2 MByte/s

H2testw v1.4

Card is an 8GB defective and probebly none genuine.

Thank you for your help.

Favorite ploy amongst the scammers; use an 8GB card and hack it to appear as a 64GB one. They did the same thing with the older 32GB cards. Where did you buy this card? If it was a seller on eBay, note that this is where a good portion of these fake cards are sold to people looking to get a deal. Report them IMMEDIATELY to eBay if this was the case.

My friend who ordered the same card from the same seller and got the card a few days after I got mine - found it even more annoying…

2GB turned into a 64GB

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Bummer! I hope both you and your friend reported this to eBay. They can’t get rid of unscrupulous sellers like this unless they know about them. :wink: