In 2010 I received a Microsoft Office Professional DVD which was bought from Amazon and supplied by an intermediary.
More recently after a computer clean-up and reload of Windows, it was discovered that the very official looking Office DVD may indeed have been counterfeit. Microsoft were sent an online report and later accepted that the DVD is a counterfeit copy. Amazon and their supplier have both been notified, but failed to respond. Perhaps we should all be very wary of Amazon purchases that don't come directly from them. Have other people experienced similar scams? Billbo28
Yes, fake batteries from Amazon. Fake Nokia and Nintendo DS batteries which have no performance similarities to the originals.
I had a thread on this in January trying to find out where I could actually buy genuine batteries without success.
Thread on Genuine Batteries
So, what do you do if you suspect a fake? Report the vendor? Ask for a refund? The prices are a dead giveaway - if Argos are selling originals on the high street for £30, what should I expect for £2.99? Not very much I would say.
I guess your Office DVD cost YOU more than 10% of the RRP?