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I totally agree. Nobody would be writing that they are selling stolen RTX cards. Secondly if someone does manage to buy one then it isn't really the fault of the person who buys it if they didn't know it was stolen.First. It is your fault (EVGA GeForce Ceo), not my fault, nor other custumers, if your truck get robbed. As a consequence of this, you have no moral right to "dont honor any warranty or upgrade claims on stolen products." I'm just a custumer that buy a product, I dunno if it was stolen and it is written nowhere when I buy, that I have to check the serial code of a product on your website... for a mistake that "you" did.
Second, "He also notes that it is a criminal and civil offense to “conceal, sell, withhold, or aid in concealing selling or withholding” any such property." My guess is that the thiefs are organized enough to use them to farm crypto, probably they wont ever resell them. If they are organized enough to rob your truck, I guess they can be organized enough to use the videocards for themself.
third, "criminal and civil offense". To which civil behaviour are you referring to? Today a lot of companies, expecially bigger ones, tend to do not respect any civil right and morality. And what it sadden me the most is that "civil rights" are mostly used as an excuse to obtain your own personal profits. This happens everywhere.