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post #31 of 45
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Originally Posted by StockwellDay View Post

Hoping they reappear after this weekend or perhaps in a 90% off sample sale.

This has not happened before. It's really weird, and upsetting frankly.
post #32 of 45
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Originally Posted by StockwellDay View Post

Hoping they reappear after this weekend or perhaps in a 90% off sample sale.

This has not happened before. It's really weird, and upsetting frankly.
we should call in and complain.
post #33 of 45
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we should call in and complain.

I already called to ask what was going on. The CS had no idea what I was talking about and said she was going to refer the issue to tech support. She said they would f/u via email. This was on Friday. Obviously, I'll keep the thread updated if I hear anything, but I'm not hopeful. Perhaps if you call tomorrow you will learn something different.
post #34 of 45

I have written 2 emails to complain about this issue, the same as you, more than 30+ items were disappeared on BF morning, all are the best items in the website. I have no interest to shop the remains currently on the website if these remove items don't come back. It seems someone do it on purpose, it's unfair to customers in US!

post #35 of 45

Are the lost items are still available in Euro websites or other countries' websites except US websites, quite a large part of good items are removed not only a small part of them. Only we us customers can't purchase them!

post #36 of 45
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I have written 2 emails to complain about this issue, the same as you, more than 30+ items were disappeared on BF morning, all are the best items in the website. I have no interest to shop the remains currently on the website if these remove items don't come back. It seems someone do it on purpose, it's unfair to customers in US!



I never even heard about these fly by night companies like Yooks outside of SF or shop the finest (yeah, finest leftover crap that didn't sell lol). Personally, I only deal with old established firms.

 

post #37 of 45
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Originally Posted by Aqualung View Post

I never even heard about these fly by night companies like Yooks outside of SF or shop the finest (yeah, finest leftover crap that didn't sell lol). Personally, I only deal with old established firms.

There are a lot of established companies that do not have much of a presence outside of their domestic market.
post #38 of 45
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I never even heard about these fly by night companies like Yooks outside of SF or shop the finest (yeah, finest leftover crap that didn't sell lol). Personally, I only deal with old established firms.

Yoox isn't exactly "fly-by-night." They've been around since 2000 and are active globally. If you'd like to learn more before making ignorant comments, check their wikipedia page. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoox

Shop The Finest has a large warehouse/store in Santa Monica, CA where you can browse and try-on anything that Ian has listed on the website (with absolutely not pressure to buy anything). But that's not what this thread is about.

Unless you have insight as to why Yoox pulled a large number of items from their non-EU websites (despite those very items being available, globally, before Friday -- and those same exact items being available to EU shoppers post-Fri) then please let us know. If you going to thread-shit on discount shopping, then you've probably found the wrong forum.
post #39 of 45
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There are a lot of established companies that do not have much of a presence outside of their domestic market.

Oh, I misunderstood what he originally meant.

Let me rephrase:

Yoox is a worldwide company that has operated for over a decade, and in addition to running it's own site, and a full priced site (Thecorner), also does the digital stores and marketing for a large number of very well established companies, including Jil Sander and Martin Margiela. Shop the Finest has been operating for over a decade as well, and is a reputable reseller with relationships with some of the best retailers in the LA area and beyond.
post #40 of 45
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Yoox isn't exactly "fly-by-night." They've been around since 2000 and are active globally. If you'd like to learn more before making ignorant comments, check their wikipedia page. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoox
Shop The Finest has a large warehouse/store in Santa Monica, CA where you can browse and try-on anything that Ian has listed on the website (with absolutely not pressure to buy anything). But that's not what this thread is about.
Unless you have insight as to why Yoox pulled a large number of items from their non-EU websites (despite those very items being available, globally, before Friday -- and those same exact items being available to EU shoppers post-Fri) then please let us know. If you going to thread-shit on discount shopping, then you've probably found the wrong forum.



This is called STYLE FORUM not used ebay junk  and the coupon clippers poor boy forum. And every intelligent man knows that with discount stuff there is almost always something wrong with it or it'd be sold for full price (only the old line stores like BB or the REAL Saks located on 50th st. and the like have real discounts occasionally) The outlet stores, Off 5th, Last Call etc etc are only owned by the parent co. but sell cheaper lines. And btw, that includes Macy's and Bloomingdales (in NYC) too, both fine stores in their class. The problem with a lot of people on SF is that they've never seen the real deal and think the BB or Macy's outlet or even store in Podunk (where they sell cheaper lines) is the real deal. And the online versions of these stores is only a selection of their stock and also has some cheaper stuff thrown in because the online version reaches a wider range of customers from all classes while the Saks in NY and even BB caters to the wealthier.

 

post #41 of 45
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There are a lot of established companies that do not have much of a presence outside of their domestic market.

He is a troll. If you look at all of his posts you will see he tries to pick fights everywhere he goes.
post #42 of 45
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post


He is a troll. If you look at all of his posts you will see he tries to pick fights everywhere he goes.



Hey Pal, I don't fight with the underclass, that wouldn't be right. Perhaps some of you stupid poor 20 somethings should just listen when older wiser and richer men speak and just stay in the background and learn. 90% of the comments on SF are just childish crap.

Perhaps I should start a site for MEN's Style where they don't talk about used junk, discounts, sales or other trivial crap.

 

post #43 of 45
Aaaaaannnd all my items are back.
Edited by StockwellDay - 11/28/11 at 9:18pm
post #44 of 45
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Aaaaaannnd all my items are back.

some of mine are back, but the prices of my items in my box have gone up.
post #45 of 45
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

they factor in shipping and customs. Yoox has a warehouse in NJ, makes American shipping cheaper.

I must be missing the part where that explains $400+ discrepancies. I wouldn't gripe about an extra $20 across the board, knowing I'm farther to ship to and I live in a smaller consumer market, but in addition they charge shipping, you know, so it's really not relevant to the retail price.
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Originally Posted by Aqualung View Post

This is called STYLE FORUM not used ebay junk and the coupon clippers poor boy forum. And every intelligent man knows that with discount stuff there is almost always something wrong with it or it'd be sold for full price (only the old line stores like BB or the REAL Saks located on 50th st. and the like have real discounts occasionally) The outlet stores, Off 5th, Last Call etc etc are only owned by the parent co. but sell cheaper lines. And btw, that includes Macy's and Bloomingdales (in NYC) too, both fine stores in their class. The problem with a lot of people on SF is that they've never seen the real deal and think the BB or Macy's outlet or even store in Podunk (where they sell cheaper lines) is the real deal. And the online versions of these stores is only a selection of their stock and also has some cheaper stuff thrown in because the online version reaches a wider range of customers from all classes while the Saks in NY and even BB caters to the wealthier.

lol
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