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post #16 of 24
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Originally Posted by Listi View Post
thx for the update ceo of pooz

Are you kidding me...you can find me here: www.charlesmitchell.com. You can email me from my site. As you see I am not connected to the retail industry. Just a journalist who loves to shop. my shoes arrived and they were great, btw.
post #17 of 24
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Originally Posted by ivyleaguer View Post
Are you kidding me...you can find me here: www.charlesmitchell.com. You can email me from my site. As you see I am not connected to the retail industry. Just a journalist who loves to shop. my shoes arrived and they were great, btw.
That is one helluva website, can you put me in touch with your graphic designer?
post #18 of 24
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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post
That is one helluva website, can you put me in touch with your graphic designer?

I dont know about thos RL polos guys, Something looks fishy about those shirts man, like the factory workers in china made some extra or something. This doesnt scream unofficial, but the website is ghetto!
post #19 of 24
Hey, at least the CEO of Pooz went to an Ivy League school.
post #20 of 24
The goods on Pooz.com is definitaly not authentic. If the goods actually were made in Italy they would not be shipped from a factory in Turkey. I purchased a pair of Gucci shoes. They were of good quality, but not exactly like the originals. The leather was softer, logo was in different material and the sole was not as nice as the originals. In addition the size was not correct compared to the marked size.

However the service was good. When I complained and returned the shoes there was no problems and they returned the payment.

I never buy fake goods, but if you don´t care these are some of the best fakes out there!
post #21 of 24
The goods on Pooz.com is definitely not authentic. If the goods actually were made in Italy they would not be shipped from a factory in Turkey. I purchased a pair of Gucci shoes. They were of good quality, but not exactly like the originals. The leather was softer, logo was in different material and the sole was not as nice as the originals. In addition the size was not correct compared to the marked size.

However the service was good. When I complained and returned the shoes there was no problems and they returned the payment.

I never buy fake goods, but if you don´t care these are some of the best fakes out there!
post #22 of 24
LeShit, are you saying you like the Pooz?
post #23 of 24
ahahahaHAha
post #24 of 24

hello All

please dont buy any stuff from pooz.com

everything is FAKE

Big time Fake.

They dont even have a office but in their website they write as if they are based in USA but actually they are somewhere in middle east and operate from home.

When u call their given customer service number, a tape says all our customer service agents are busy please leave a voice note.

BIG TIME FRAUDS

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