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post #14416 of 20947
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Originally Posted by jsoo24 View Post

"Don't insult yourself. I will ship the pants back to the address you shipped them from, thanks.
On another note:
Making ignorant comments speaks very highly of your intelligence level.
You seem to not have grasped the concept of cleanliness. New means clean as well as being never worn or used. Once you try the pants on then they become used. Just like buying a new car, once you drive it off the lot it becomes a used car. Rubbing the pants on the ground making them dirty does not help your selling point of the item. (Ralph Lauren sells itself). Next time try keeping the merchandise stored in clean dry place therefore you would not have to go though issues like this. Furthermore you should try a bit of honesty in your auction by simply stating that the item has dirt marks and dirty scrapes. New with tags is new tags plural meaning more than one. Yours should read more like used with tag. Nevertheless in your feeble childlike mind you most likely do not understand what has happened."

I mean isn't it his fault for not being familiar with the style of the pants?

Make disclaimer on everything next time, you came across all sorts of buyer/seller..., and of course you know whom to black list...
post #14417 of 20947

rrl officer chino should were true to waist or 1-2 size down 

 

any suggest?

 

thank.

post #14418 of 20947
Failure to meet buyer expectations is not a valid reason for return via buyer protection on ebay. Depending on how the buyer chose to word his case, jsoo actually does have a shot at winning. It sounds like he's getting a neg anyways -- that's already a given -- he might as well fight it in my opinion. Just pull phrases from ebay buyer/seller protection terms when providing your response on the case.
post #14419 of 20947
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

I've been wearing the charcoal selvage chinos about 3-4 times a week since I bought them 3 months ago. They are beginning to fade nicely however I don't want them to fade this fast. I kind of wish the color held up longer.

Can you post pics of the results thus far?

I've been contemplating gettin those chinos but wasn't sure how they would look!
post #14420 of 20947
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Originally Posted by Denim View Post

Can you post pics of the results thus far?

I've been contemplating gettin those chinos but wasn't sure how they would look!

yeah me too, would be interested in some pics !
post #14421 of 20947
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Failure to meet buyer expectations is not a valid reason for return via buyer protection on ebay. Depending on how the buyer chose to word his case, jsoo actually does have a shot at winning. It sounds like he's getting a neg anyways -- that's already a given -- he might as well fight it in my opinion. Just pull phrases from ebay buyer/seller protection terms when providing your response on the case.


I've seen buyers state " I need money back for my bills" which is clear buyer's remorse and they won a dispute. When i'm not here I'm usually on ebay forums listening to horror stories. The system is almost completely automated now, they always give buyer money back in cases of SNAD disputes. What ebay will do however, is if a buyer opens too many SNAD cases within 1 year they will not be able to open new cases (I believe it's 3 or 4 within 12 months) so they lose their Buyer Protection privileges if they show a strong history of opening disputes.


A lot of brazilians ask that stuff get shipped First Class/Parcel and then claim they don't receive it to get free shit because cheap shipping method has no tracking, then they cry on ebay forums that they can't open disputes anymore.

 

The buyer in this case has almost 2000fb and doesn't leave negs, so if the seller just issues money back she/he will probably just disappear.

 

Ok back to RRL..

post #14422 of 20947
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Originally Posted by RobearH View Post




Huh....am I missing something with this? Seems very "Neighborhood Watch"ish to me.

looks like some Abercrombie & Fitch BS.
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post


I got a message the other day saying "is this item New or Used because I see it's on a mannequin."

True story.

Clearly, if a mannequin is wearing it, it's now WORN.
post #14423 of 20947
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Failure to meet buyer expectations is not a valid reason for return via buyer protection on ebay. Depending on how the buyer chose to word his case, jsoo actually does have a shot at winning. It sounds like he's getting a neg anyways -- that's already a given -- he might as well fight it in my opinion. Just pull phrases from ebay buyer/seller protection terms when providing your response on the case.

Almost every time something like this has happened to me I've either called ebay and they remove the negative feedback for me or they do it themselves without me asking. Calling customer service when youre a seller in good standing can do wonders.
post #14424 of 20947

post #14425 of 20947
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

I recently received a box of RRL jeans that have a weird tag stitched onto the waistband that says "Golden Win USA" on the top and style information/date hand written on it.

http://www.talausa.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=204&Itemid=68

Maybe they are samples? Is this the company that cuts and sews RRL jeans in the USA? They are Japanese owned, so it makes sense all the textiles they are are Japanese and constructed in the USA.

Anyone can elaborate?

They might be from Denim Tech in Vernon CA. Ralph Lauren pulled out recently, there was a ton of unmarked, unwanted, samples, prototypes and left over RL products that were sold off. These may have come from them.
post #14426 of 20947

Here's a quick pic. All the pieces basically have this tag. I love getting my hands on stuff like this.

 

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Edited by RRL CLOTHING - 4/7/13 at 9:57am
post #14427 of 20947
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

Here's a quick pic. All the pieces basically have this tag. I love getting my hands on stuff like this.

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Can't tell, but it looks like they came from a batch that was sent to Golden Win laundry services for a test. Makes sense since Denim Tech is in the same neighborhood. Also, from the tag it looks like they're made from Japanese denim.

Its great to get stuff that's outside of retail channels.
post #14428 of 20947

it has probably been mentioned but code works for RRL on UK site

post #14429 of 20947
namor, you mean the charcoal that were referred to as shiny before? and have a buckle back?

they are selvage? i have those lol never noticed.
post #14430 of 20947
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

namor, you mean the charcoal that were referred to as shiny before? and have a buckle back?

they are selvage? i have those lol never noticed.
The sharkskin looking chinos i seen didn't have a buckle back lol they were more rigid than the khaki selvedge.
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