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post #61 of 67
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Originally Posted by MikeDT View Post

Heh...That sounds like the kind of Armani we have here. "100% AUTHENTIC!!!!!!!!!!, we have our own sources, comes from many wholesalers, MADE IN ITALY!!!!!!!!!!!!. Thank you and best regards." ...that's pretty much all you're likely to get from them, because their English can be very limited, aka sounding like a robot.

Does GA usually attach an actual certificate of authenticity to ther scarves??
post #62 of 67
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It seems to me that you tried to take the "high and mighty customer" approach, and "EBAYer" handed you your arse.

That or my question reminded them they are doing something wrong and they reacted by saying as little as possible (as a robot) without outright ignoring me. smile.gif
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...that's pretty much all you're likely to get from them, because their English can be very limited, aka sounding like a robot.

*nods*
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Does GA usually attach an actual certificate of authenticity to ther scarves??

I've gotten authenticity tags from the $20 Emporio Armani underwear I buy from Belk's. XD In other words, I'm sure they do.
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Looking at the sellers history only shows one non-positive (it was neutral) feedback where the buyer questioned the authenticity. Otherwise he's got a pretty good feedback rating.

Yes. Again, I didn't like the attitude of the seller.

Even if you're a legit seller with legit items, you can make yourself sound suspicious via poor word choices.

If the seller had said something to the effect of, "I'm supplied by a private wholeseller who wishes to remain anonymous" rather than, "Who cares? I assure you it's 1000% real!", the story would not have found its way here. The BUYER cares and if they ask a question, the seller should answer it.

Granted, I wouldn't have liked the former answer, but I'd have accepted it.
post #63 of 67
Certs of authenticity don't mean anything. It's just a piece of paper that says the item is authentic. Yeh, right!

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Originally Posted by Pawz View Post

Even if you're a legit seller with legit items, you can make yourself sound suspicious via poor word choices.

"EBAYer: None of my items came from this stores. I have my own sources, mostly wholesaler's. Thank you."

LOL, most of the Armani around here comes from, mostly wholesalers. Same with all the other knock-off designer lux products.
post #64 of 67
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LOL, most of the Armani around here comes from, mostly wholesalers. Same with all the other knock-off designer lux products.

You believe it's fake, then? Figures. I'm glad dude wasn't nice to me. smile.gif
post #65 of 67
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Originally Posted by MikeDT View Post

I think knock-off Burberry are some of the ugliest garments that I see regularly though.
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Pretty tough to be uglier than the actual line, but it's nice to see the effort.
post #66 of 67
Who needs DSquared when one can have QianSanQiang cubed?
Appears to be good ol' Canadian Fashion too!



post #67 of 67
wow...I've heard about these things but actually seeing photos amazes me...
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