Graphics cards stolen from the US are sold in Vietnam. This seemingly rare story is happening right in the domestic market.
Late last year, a truck full of EVGA’s latest GeForce RTX 30 graphics cards was stolen in the US. In a statement about the incident, GeForce said the cards cost between $329.99 and $1,959.99.
EVGA also warns users to avoid buying these items on international e-commerce sites. Perhaps what the company did not expect, however, was that its stolen products would be found in Vietnam, a place halfway around the world.
|A truck full of EVGA’s latest GeForce RTX 30 graphics cards was stolen in the US late last year.|
This was discovered by Vietnamese users themselves. About a week ago, there were a number of posts by social media users saying they accidentally bought stolen graphics cards.
Sharing his story, according to a user named Duy Nguyen, who used to often buy portable graphics cards, this person did not think much when choosing to buy a cheap EVGA 3,080ti graphics card from a store. provided in HCMC.
However, only a short time later, when he checked on EVGA’s homepage, he discovered that the serial number of the graphics card he bought was in EVGA’s shipment that was stolen at the end of October. last year.
|Feedback from users when they found out that they bought a graphics card in a stolen shipment.|
After this user shared, there have been a number of other cases that said they had encountered the same situation.
Before users’ doubts about the origin of the shipment, the distributor in Ho Chi Minh City said that they did not know this was a stolen shipment, but only re-imported it by a third party.
These graphics cards are 100% brand new, sold as portable with 1 month warranty period. Due to the low warranty period and non-original products, the device has a lower selling price than the regular price.
“Because it’s just a surf product (buying from another dealer and then reselling it), the store doesn’t check the serial on EVGA’s homepage to see the warranty period, so the condition of the goods is unknown.”, the unit said.
|Image of the number of graphics cards in the listing for sale of a business establishment in Ho Chi Minh City.|
According to this business, after discovering the above incident, they contacted a third-party source and coordinated to recover the number of sold graphics cards. At the same time, will contact customers who have purchased the above batch of products to notify the status of the shipment, recall the product and return the money to the buyer as well as pay any costs incurred.
According to the dealer that transferred the batch of EVGA cards to this business, the problem that users reported belonged to a shipment of 14 portable RTX3080i graphics cards because they were delivered through another clue in Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City. This unit is coordinating with relevant agencies to handle.
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