Over 3 weeks ago I ordered 5 sets of 2 NiMh 1800mAh capacity batteries from ebay for a total of 10 batteries. I bought the batteries to replace the aging ones in my friends cordless phones which the old ones were rated 550mAh and turned out to be about 300mAh. These new ones came in 3 days ago and I tested them with my computerized charger by doing several discharge/charge cycles and then measure the capacity using the test function. The actual capacity came out to be averaging 200 mAh and I'm not even sure if these are NiMh either. Here is the listing, and these thieves raised the price to $1.55 and I paid $.99 so I guess they are expecting to have people ask for refunds as I did. http://www.ebay.com/itm/120650228679
I knew these were fake capacity ratings but I actually thought that the 1800mAh would be at least half of the advertised capacity which would be better than the 300 mAh that the original batteries have that I tried to replace by buying these.