Direction the United States, where the Sapphire brand is speaking out. For some time now, some sellers have been posting very aggressive prices on Amazon’s marketplace . However, when ordering from these retailers, some customers never saw their order arrive. They were scammed.
Low prices on Sapphire cards? Beware of scams!
We've been getting questions again recently regarding the scam sellers on Amazon.
We want to once again remind everyone looking to purchase GPUs from Amazon. Please CHECK that the box specifying "Ships from / Sold by" both indicate https://t.co/NJx6Qo9v9G and not another seller. pic.twitter.com/4eaVSYg2ol
— SAPPHIRE Technology (@SapphireTech) November 30, 2023
To warn its users and potential future customers, the brand is taking to
Unfortunately, the fight against fraud is like a hydra: cut off one head and ten more grow back. However, while the brand’s initiative is commendable, it can, unfortunately, be detrimental to serious third-party sellers.
On the other hand, you know what they say: if it’s too good to be true, it is. What’s more, these frauds seriously damage brands’ reputations. It’s easy to imagine that when you see fraudulent offers for certain brands/products, you simply end up avoiding them so as not to be taken in.
Over here, too, we find third-party sellers on Amazon. Of course, you can also consult the reviews/comments left by buyers to get an idea of the merchant’s reliability. In any case, if you have the slightest doubt, don’t buy. In the case of a graphics card, for example, the sums involved are too important to be taken for a ride.