So you were ripped off by a store with a reputable name (which probably went into bankruptcy shortly after you bought it there, so you were unable to return it).
The store had it available for you to buy, but the website with that reputable name doesn’t have it listed ?
That’s got to be telling something.
Did you know that name has lots of franchise holders that sell stuff from other sources ?
I’ve never bought there, but i know that happens.
Having bought the board from that shop, how did their support help you, did you try to get help there ?
Everyone can see your previous 7 posts on here were about you having trouble with a product, in 2 threads, some 2 months ago, and all within 24 hours.
There was accurate help there.
But you seem to have given up, the threads were abandoned after some more information was requested.
There were never any pictures, just a link to some picture found by google, from a picture from this site right here.
We all know there are problems with the forum software at the moment, people are working on that.
There is an additional issue with attaching pictures, but a very well working way to have pictures show up in your posts anyway.
I can understand and appreciate that these issues with the forum is frustrating and can lead to some desperation.
But i can’t understand how one can come to the conclusion you did, just by what you have posted on these Arduino forums.
Did you know Arduino was initiated to teach people ?
Well, i guess you did learn something.
Like check to see if you are getting a genuine product, even if you buy at a store with a reputable name (check from whom you are buying) .
And also check what you get when you buy something.
Or to follow up on questions for more detailed information in your own questions.