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post #1 of 659
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I was thinking that perhaps we can all "profit" from each others experiences when it cane to the various potential pitfalls and to the contrary pleasant experiences with ebay sellers. Anyone who has any particular stories they want to share so that we all can benefit please feel free to add them in this thread. J mentioned that it will ultimately be added to the HOF thread for quick reference. JJF
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I've had nothing but great assistance and service from Ian Daniels. I can highly reccommend him.
Ebay ID Worlds Finest, gets overwhelmingly positive remarks, as do Styleforum members "Carlo" or "Jill" EBay IDs Sartorial Solutions and "A Harris", Ebay ID World *Class* Consignment respectively . Info on Brandmaniac can be read here http://www.styleforum.net/cgi-bin....e+angry Info on ID theuploader can be read here http://www.styleforum.net/cgi-bin....;t=5685
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I have had good experiences with madame.couture, woidke, italian*suit*warehouse.
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I have had great success with this seller. I am still trying to understand their relationship with RL or whether they are RL selling overstock. They have some great bargains, especially on select Purple Label items.prl67 Ebay seller
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Good Experience with the following All purchases over 600plus honest*goods auspiciousoneshop_kanvas mptobis kellyb33MAUS&HOFFMAN
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Ive been buying and selling on ebay for over 6 years but only recently have I been buying clothes, and so far all of my experiences have been good, a lot of it comes from people who dont sell clothes in bulk, but heres a couple names of people who usually have clothes. twyla kinglion47 designermogul
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Copied from the 'men's fashion links' thread: Recommended ebay sellers: World Class Consignment - recommended ebay seller (My auctions) ebay seller weissbier - recommended ebay seller ebay seller sartoriale -recommended ebay seller ebay seller honest*goods - recommended ebay seller ebay seller kellyb33 - recommended ebay seller ebay seller discostu004 - recommended ebay seller ebay seller theworldsfinest - recommended ebay seller ebay seller sandypac - recommended ebay seller ebay seller styleguy78209 - recommended ebay seller ebay seller Sartorial Solutions - recommended ebay seller, great 7-fold ties ebay seller lt3339 - recommended ebay seller
See page 3 - - - - -   SuitSolutions4U, Forum Member "GodBlessed" is NOT SartorialSolutions despite sometimes similar online layouts For info See this thread: Here Please Read this Thread
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I'd add marcey2 to the list.  I've bought everything from Edward Green shoes to RLPL shorts to Oxxford slacks from him (real name is Anthony Marcinowski).  There's also one who goes by madmax69 -- I've bought 6 or 8 Turnbull & Asser shirts from him, as well as two pairs of John Lobb shoes.  Also, sartoriale and parisvegas.  Check out Mancitynut for vintage alligator/croc leather goods.  Very cool stuff.
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Besides the sellers on Andrew Harris' list, I've had good experiences this year with froyke, beneppo, polosphere, and stellenbosch.
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I might have one 'ugly' story to post later in the week, when I receive the package. I just purchased a pair of PDC Ripper jeans from the seller 'Denim Kingodm' for about $40 plus shipping, brand new.  Seems like an awesome deal. However, the seller sells obviously fake Diesel Zathans (due to the simple 'V' on the back pocket, rather than the complex details), and very good-looking fake Seven jeans. Since I had never heard of fake PDC's before, and the pictures/tags/distressing looked so authentic, I thought I was in the clear.  The only thing I'm worried about is if the seller photographs an authentic pair, and sends a different pair. I'll let you know how it goes, but my experience in the past has been nothing but positive.
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This is sort of unrelated, but I had a funny experience when shopping for a guitar on eBay. I asked the seller to play the guitar over the phone, just so I knew there was a guitar on the other side. He refused, and I declined to bid of course.
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I've never really had a 'bad' experience on Ebay in my 4 years on it... honestly. I am a picky buyer though. I do recall winning a NWT Loro Piana dress shirt for $45 one time, the seller then surprisingly was unable to send it to me.
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Names...If its a bad experience, we need Names and ID's... JJF
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I've had nothing but great assistance and service from Ian Daniels. I can highly reccommend him.
post #7 of 659
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I've had nothing but great assistance and service from Ian Daniels. I can highly reccommend him.
Ebay ID Worlds Finest, gets overwhelmingly positive remarks, as do Styleforum members "Carlo" and "A Harris", Ebay IDs Sartorial Solutions and World *Class* Consignment respectively . Info on Brandmaniac can be read here http://www.styleforum.net/cgi-bin....e+angry Info on ID theuploader can be read here http://www.styleforum.net/cgi-bin....;t=5685
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I have had good experiences with madame.couture, woidke, italian*suit*warehouse.
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I have had great success with this seller. I am still trying to understand their relationship with RL or whether they are RL selling overstock. They have some great bargains, especially on select Purple Label items.prl67 Ebay seller
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Good Experience with the following All purchases over 600plus honest*goods auspiciousoneshop_kanvas mptobis kellyb33MAUS&HOFFMAN
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Ive been buying and selling on ebay for over 6 years but only recently have I been buying clothes, and so far all of my experiences have been good, a lot of it comes from people who dont sell clothes in bulk, but heres a couple names of people who usually have clothes. twyla kinglion47 designermogul
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Copied from the 'men's fashion links' thread: Recommended ebay sellers: World Class Consignment - recommended ebay seller (My auctions) ebay seller weissbier - recommended ebay seller ebay seller sartoriale -recommended ebay seller ebay seller honest*goods - recommended ebay seller ebay seller kellyb33 - recommended ebay seller ebay seller discostu004 - recommended ebay seller ebay seller theworldsfinest - recommended ebay seller ebay seller sandypac - recommended ebay seller ebay seller styleguy78209 - recommended ebay seller ebay seller Sartorial Solutions - recommended ebay seller, great 7-fold ties ebay seller lt3339 - recommended ebay seller
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I have had good experiences with madame.couture, woidke, italian*suit*warehouse.
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I have had great success with this seller. I am still trying to understand their relationship with RL or whether they are RL selling overstock. They have some great bargains, especially on select Purple Label items.prl67 Ebay seller
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I have really liked a lot of the new clothing that I have bought but have wasted a lot of money on some used clothing that doesn't fit me. Used shirts have been fine. But I probably won't buy used suits or jackets again.
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They have some great bargains, especially on select Purple Label items.prl67 Ebay seller
I second that recommendation, prl67 is good to deal with.
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FIH, if you are willing to curate this thread, it would make it easier for reference if you edit the responses into the first post, like I have been doing with the HOF post. You don't have to, if you don't want to, but it does make it quicker than reading through what could easily become many pages.
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I might add that since we are writing things that will impact peoples means of living, please excercise restraint, and make sure you can back up what you say. For instance, if you suspect someone of selling fakes, make sure you have more evidence than 'his prices are too cheap', etc...
post #14 of 659
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FIH, if you are willing to curate this thread, it would make it easier for reference if you edit the responses into the first post, like I have been doing with the HOF post. You don't have to, if you don't want to, but it does make it quicker than reading through what could easily become many pages.
I have no problem with that, but I recommend that you leave the added posts intact (unlike what you have done with the HOF) so that people can read the actual comment as well as see who wrote it. I can leave quick summations and say see page x or y etc... JJF
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That's fine, unless someone asks me to, I will not delete replies. The only thread I'm doing that on is the HOF thread.
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