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post #69706 of 98165
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

owassup lol8[1].gif
long yes, and throne

ZOMG, i am close to becoming little jet biggrin.gif
i still dont remember not responding to your pms redface.gif, even shah brought it up..
post #69707 of 98165
I thought that you were implying that a lot of the readers have a small sample size of stores. Sorry if I read that wrong. My point is that while there are craploads of labels, only a small fraction actually get any play. There are some regional differences (for example, the minimalism of Common Projects seems more appealing to North Americans and Northern Europeans than Italians), and Santoni is pretty much in every store in Italy, while their distributon abroad is relatively limited; and Marlboro Classics is popular in Canada and Europe, but I've never seen it in the US. However, any boutique, catering to a specific demographic, carries a lot of the same stuff. I don't know whether or not this is true in Asia. Just don't have a good enough grasp of the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, market.

Cheers,

Fok.
post #69708 of 98165
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post


What?
I passed that in knitwear alone. shog[1].gif

Hah yeah, that's how it is not having a job laugh.gif
That's talking what I payed for them though, if I we're to wear my most expensive "everyday outfit" (retail value that is) it probably lands at around 1300-1400, though what I've payed for it is probably around 400-500

post #69709 of 98165
if this isn't the sales thread of the year i don't know what is
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Originally Posted by MAG1977 View Post

I purchased this jacket on Ebay a while ago and I believe its fake.
post #69710 of 98165
At least he's honest. That's all you can ask for these days, a little honesty.
post #69711 of 98165
i bought something from ebay that was a fake (not advertised as so) and i tried to sell it on ebay with a disclaimer stating that it was fake.
ebay took my listing down stating that they do not tolerate fake merchandise or something...

i tried being honest but they pushed me to the dark side frown.gif
listed it as real and someone bought it without knowing the diff. sorry dude, wherever you are. enjoy your fake lv bag
post #69712 of 98165
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post

i bought something from ebay that was a fake (not advertised as so) and i tried to sell it on ebay with a disclaimer stating that it was fake.
ebay took my listing down stating that they do not tolerate fake merchandise or something...
i tried being honest but they pushed me to the dark side frown.gif
listed it as real and someone bought it without knowing the diff. sorry dude, wherever you are. enjoy your fake lv bag

You are pretty f**ked. You should have hit that person with a claim, paypal most likely would have reimbursed you - I learned the hard way that the buyer is ALWAYS right on ebay when a buyer actually scammed me, saying my camera was broken, then sent it back to me with a part missing.

You also could have sold it saying "replica" or "Louis Vuitton - like" in the description and it would have sold. My girlfriend sold two fake Birkin's through my account honestly.

Seriously not cool that you did that to someone else just because you got ripped off. I actually hope ebay/paypal gets you on this one.

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post #69713 of 98165
Snowman that is so bad

Are you trolling?
post #69714 of 98165
whoa didnt know this would push anyones buttons.
anyways i dont buy louis vuitton stuff so, yes, i was trolling redface.gif
...bad taste in humour i guess
post #69715 of 98165
I hope he's trolling. That's some scummy shit
post #69716 of 98165
I hope so, because what he did was in no way sticking it to ebay, but to another individual. When I got scammed on ebay I did not for a second think about scamming someone else because of it, even though I was fuming at the corporation itself. Just as bad as what happened to him in my opinion.

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post #69717 of 98165
Filed police report in the Rick Owens Coke bottle case. Detective was very understanding and said it was pretty clear I had been scammed.

So hopefully PayPal will refund me ASAP.

And as a bonus, I got to meet a very talkative (ex) drug dealer while I waited.
Edited by istasi - 12/19/12 at 2:09pm
post #69718 of 98165
Holy fuck guys.
post #69719 of 98165
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

Hah yeah, that's how it is not having a job laugh.gif

That's talking what I payed for them though, if I we're to wear my most expensive "everyday outfit" (retail value that is) it probably lands at around 1300-1400, though what I've payed for it is probably around 400-500

You are probably too busy rioting and beating girls, to have a job. wink.gif
post #69720 of 98165
In better news: the boots I ordered blindly fit perfectly smile.gif
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