I don't know many counterfeiters using real fur trim...
I'll bite my tongue if I'm wrong.
ugh, I hate counterfeit claims. There is no winning.
I addressed every single one of their concerns with a logical explanation and they said "the guy at Saks Fifth Avenue said he couldn't say whether is was real or not. I messaged you first about this rather than just opening a claim, so you should be thanking me." Yes, because a salesmen at a department store is the end all be all of authenticity, especially when they're not allowed to authenticate. Regardless, I tell them to open a return so we can get this done.
30 minutes later: *A case claiming something you sold is counterfeit has been opened*
Such bullshit. Is the guy at Saks Fifth Avenue an expert? I don't think I've ever encountered anyone in a shop who really knew his stuff, except that one guy at the NMLC in the South Bay.
I just sold a jacket last night via a "best offer" that I accepted. This is the message I received a few minutes later:
New message from: ****** (28)
Would you guys contact eBay now and cancel the order? Or should I just wait 2 days, he hasn't paid, then file a claim?
I would be tempted to cancel just because they used "ima".