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post #16 of 659
I can't say for sure but I'm almost certain prl67 is not affiliated with RL. I would guess that they do get their overstock from a RL store/s though as their stock would be hard to come by otherwise (though a NM Last Call or something of that ilk could be the supplier as well, but I doubt it.)
post #17 of 659
Good Experience with the following All purchases over 600plus honest*goods auspiciousoneshop_kanvas mptobis kellyb33MAUS&HOFFMAN
post #18 of 659
Thread Starter 
*Bump* Really there has got to be more stories that everyone can share so that noone gets burnt. Please... JJF
post #19 of 659
I'll pin it for a while to get some responses.
post #20 of 659
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
post #21 of 659
well, it alldepends on what you are looking for. Most interesting - for me at least - are fraudulent sellers. So far, I encountered one (I presume) selling me a new 7 fold tie - ehich was eiter newe nor seven fold. I got my money back (in the end) , so I wonder: denounce the seller as being fraudulent or was he just ignorant? Most sellers seem to be safe: pls give the names of the ones who are really cooks. Paul (From Holland)
post #22 of 659
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Most sellers seem to be safe: pls give the names of the ones who are really cooks. Paul (From Holland)
IMMSMC: Well there is SAKAI Hiroyuki of La Rochelle in Tokyo... MORIMOTO Masaharu ex of Nobu now eponymously established in Philadelphia... CHEN Kenichi son of the famous CHEN Kenmi... Did you mean cooks or crooks?
post #23 of 659
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
post #24 of 659
I just completed my first e-bay transaction (after feeling empowered by you all); I'll let you know my reaction to the goods and seller next week when the suit (Oxxford with Bergdorf Goodman label) arrives.
post #25 of 659
I see many of my favorites are others' favorite sellers too.   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 madmax69trojan -- 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. My "bad" experiences?  Very few -- most sellers are understandably concerned with their feedback rating.  I've returned to the seller about 3 items over the last year where I've felt that the item was misrepresented or incorrectly described.  In each case, the seller was very prompt about reimbursement.  In another case, the seller (who had misrepresented 3 pairs of slacks I had bought) sent me a spectacular pair of additional slacks as "compensation."  I've also had only one instance where something was lost in the mail (apparently anyway) -- a Paul Stuart suit that I had won for about $70.  In the end, the seller credited me back $35, which I decided was not 100% fair, but not worth the time diddling with further.  Honestly, the size of my wardrobe has doubled since I discovered EBay about a year ago....
post #26 of 659
Besides the sellers on Andrew Harris' list, I've had good experiences this year with froyke, beneppo, polosphere, and stellenbosch. I've bought on EBay for four years and have had only one negative experience (suit size misrepresentation).
post #27 of 659
I can personally vouch for naturlaut's items. koji
post #28 of 659
I'll second marcey2, beneppo, and naturlaut. All excellent seller's.
post #29 of 659
My Oxxford suit (authenticity confirmed on another thread) arrived two days after I received the shipping notice, and just 3 days after purchase. The seller was zbexpress; suit was exactly as described. It was folded into a fairly small box, but spent so little time in it, that the only ironing needed is on the jacket pocket flaps. It goes to the tailor tomorrow for some alterations (pants need to be shortened; jacket let out). Very pleased with the transaction.
post #30 of 659
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My Oxxford suit (authenticity confirmed on another thread) arrived two days after I received the shipping notice, and just 3 days after purchase. The seller was zbexpress; suit was exactly as described.  It was folded into a fairly small box, but spent so little time in it, that the only ironing needed is on the jacket pocket flaps. It goes to the tailor tomorrow for some alterations (pants need to be shortened; jacket let out). Very pleased with the transaction.
I've got this seller on my 'Favorite Sellers' list. Haven't bought anything from them, but they seem to have great items. Some are overpriced, but at the same time they have some very nice and less-known quality garments at low prices.
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