There was a thread a while ago stating that sellers in Hong Kong were all shipping counterfeit high capacity cards. Danged if I can find it now, so I'm starting this one.I bought a card on E-Bay listed as 16G class 6 the day before I saw the warning thread. I purchased it with PayPal from eBay Member: wyaoyao2010. Because of the warning, when it arrived, I tested it for capacity. It was indeed counterfeit. It displayed as 16G, and had a label that looked authentic. Under test, it turned out to be a 2G card, class unknown. If I hadn't been warned, I would probably gone for weeks before it failed, and wasted hours trying to fix the "corrupt file."In highly entertaining "Chinglish," eBay Member: wyaoyao2010 said he would refund, then gave me a two-week run-around, ending with the statement that his PayPal account was under "Annual maintenance" preventing him from making refunds for some unspecified period of time. Probably until he stops being a crook, which is approximately "never."Don't buy large SD cards from Hong Kong sellers, based on the previous thread, I think they are all bogus. Don't buy from eBay Member: wyaoyao2010, though by now he has probably changed to a different user name.Lesson learned.