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eBay authenticity of Mauri Ricci

post #1 of 5
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http://stores.ebay.com/Mauri-Ricci-Shoes

Seems a little suspect to me..
post #2 of 5
you don't think?
post #3 of 5
see:

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...rgentina+shoes

i'm fairly certain that "mercosouth" was the seller's previous id.

btw - i did buy the bally wholecuts. something like $50 plus 20-25 shipping. they weren't really bally, but they were decent. worth exactly about what i paid. no big savings there.
post #4 of 5
I've questioned this seller before. He sells some suits as 'Dior Homme', when in actuality they are simply suits made under the licence of Christian Dior.

Also, all the shoes have that same cheap style and look about them, as if all produced by the same manufacturer. That, coupled with the fact that the seller always has the same few models with a ton of sizes in each model makes me very suspicious.

Plus, these don't look like a typical offering from Testoni.
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Originally Posted by VersaceMan
I've questioned this seller before. He sells some suits as 'Dior Homme', when in actuality they are simply suits made under the licence of Christian Dior.

Also, all the shoes have that same cheap style and look about them, as if all produced by the same manufacturer. That, coupled with the fact that the seller always has the same few models with a ton of sizes in each model makes me very suspicious.

Plus, these don't look like a typical offering from Testoni.

Agreed on the multiples of each size and the similarity of shoes.
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