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post #16 of 26
If it's an older tag, it's probably a similar situation to the "Burberrys" (pre 2001 name/label) I see on ebay: sellers milking every last penny they can for outdated, used stuff.
post #17 of 26
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If it's an older tag, it's probably a similar situation to the "Burberrys" (pre 2001 name/label) I see on ebay: sellers milking every last penny they can for outdated, used stuff.

The sad thing is the price it's already at plain.gif

Just goes to show how the masses will blindly buy a brand. Then again I thought RLBL was always a safe buy.
post #18 of 26
It certainly has the chest pulling and overbuilt shoulders of Black Label ... of course, those same traits are available in a lot of the suits at JC Penney.

I am, however, confident that it is at least 34 percent virgen.
post #19 of 26
It's probably old RLBL. Judging by inner tag, it looks like made by Cantarelli, parents company of St. Andrews(St. Andrea)
post #20 of 26
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The seller's feedback is sketchy if you only look at the negative. Looks like he had a few issues. But I doubt the fake claims are true, however the claims of some items with ripped lining and frayed clothing probably are and he was not responsive to those people in terms of refund, then again those people could be assholes and trying to cheat him out of something. I know what its like on eBay, and it is usually a ruthless arena of hyenas preying on anything they can.


The seller has a 99.6% positive feedback rating with over 18,000+ feedback (30,40 50%?? of buyers dont even leave positive feedback as there is no incentive to), and your saying he's sketchy!?

 

I've actually bought a few things from him and he was a) a nice guy, and b) very helpful when one of my pants was missing a button. If anyone spends any decent amount of time on ebay they know that is a more then acceptable feedback rating.

 

post #21 of 26
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The seller has a 99.6% positive feedback rating with over 18,000+ feedback (30,40 50%?? of buyers dont even leave positive feedback as there is no incentive to), and your saying he's sketchy!?

 

I've actually bought a few things from him and he was a) a nice guy, and b) very helpful when one of my pants was missing a button. If anyone spends any decent amount of time on ebay they know that is a more then acceptable feedback rating.

 


Wow you clearly did not read my entire comment.

"Sketchy if you only look at the negative"
post #22 of 26
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The seller has a 99.6% positive feedback rating with over 18,000+ feedback (30,40 50%?? of buyers dont even leave positive feedback as there is no incentive to), and your saying he's sketchy!?

 

I've actually bought a few things from him and he was a) a nice guy, and b) very helpful when one of my pants was missing a button. If anyone spends any decent amount of time on ebay they know that is a more then acceptable feedback rating.

 


Wow you clearly did not read my entire comment.

"Sketchy if you only look at the negative"


And what person would "only look at the negative" when he has 18,000!! feedback? That makes no sense at all.

 

 

post #23 of 26
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And what person would "only look at the negative" when he has 18,000!! feedback? That makes no sense at all.

 

 


I was defending the man moron, since some people were saying he's selling a fake. Just pointing out their are assholes on eBay who do not know how to communicate with sellers and sometimes even highly rated sellers slip up. He had a few people have issues with orders and a lot of them claimed no refund and other things, and some of those people clearly were idiots and bigots because some of them were refusing to ship the item back. Some people claimed his items were fake as well on his feedback.
post #24 of 26
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And what person would "only look at the negative" when he has 18,000!! feedback? That makes no sense at all.

 

 


I was defending the man moron, since some people were saying he's selling a fake. Just pointing out their are assholes on eBay who do not know how to communicate with sellers and sometimes even highly rated sellers slip up. He had a few people have issues with orders and a lot of them claimed no refund and other things, and some of those people clearly were idiots and bigots because some of them were refusing to ship the item back. Some people claimed his items were fake as well on his feedback.

 

No need to throw names like moron around you idiot. lol In all seriousness though, point taken and we had the same thought that the guy was an honest good seller.

post #25 of 26
The suit looks ugly.
post #26 of 26
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No need to throw names like moron around you idiot. lol In all seriousness though, point taken and we had the same thought that the guy was an honest good seller.


yeah no offense.. was a bit ticked.. but all is well Brian Pore. if there was a way to kiss and make up, well...
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