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post #511 of 659
how is she screwing people - I've bought a bunch of stuff from each name - I had no clue who she was until I saw this thread..
And both my packages came a-ok - with all the right stuff - and one package was a little messed up, so she even refunded me like $25 on a $55 purchase!

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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post
You can put lipstick on a pig but .......


She used to be prayerwarrior02 and had a gross feedback total over 19,000 and a positive feedback rating of 96.5%

Here's the old prayerwarrior02 that screwed hundreds of people! & Here's her Toolhaus.org link!

Now she's clothesxs1 with a gross feedback total over 1,000 and has a 96.9% positive feedback rating.

Here's clothesxs1's feedback of 96.9. & her Toolhaus.org link So far she has only screwed over a 100 people. I guess she is aiming for progress and not perfection.

Maybe she had a twinge of conscience being a "Christian thief" as prayerwarrior02 versus being a good old run of the mill thief called clothesxs1.

Maybe she will get lucky and grow her business and one day be a Ken Lay or Bernie Madoff of Ebay!

Would anyone hazard a guess as to why she would go to the trouble of changing her business name and setting up a completely new account and name, when she is operating the exact same kind of operation?
post #512 of 659
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post #513 of 659
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Originally Posted by whusurdadi View Post
how is she screwing people - I've bought a bunch of stuff from each name - I had no clue who she was until I saw this thread..
And both my packages came a-ok - with all the right stuff - and one package was a little messed up, so she even refunded me like $25 on a $55 purchase!

Read the Toolhaus.org links that follow and ask the 2,000 people that have left Negative feedback how they feel screwed.

She's like a lot of careless Ebay sellers. Sure, it's possible to get a wonderful bargain from her in perfect shape. But it's also possible to get a completely mis-described POS from her. She seems to have very little integrity.

There are sellers like parisvegas ( who posts here occasionally ) that run similar " wholesale" schlocky type of operations, but he certainly seems to have a heck of a lot more integrity.

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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

She used to be prayerwarrior02 and had a gross feedback total over 19,000 and a positive feedback rating of 96.5%

Here's the old prayerwarrior02 that screwed hundreds of people! & Here's her Toolhaus.org link!

Now she's clothesxs1 with a gross feedback total over 1,000 and has a 96.9% positive feedback rating.

Here's clothesxs1's feedback of 96.9. & her Toolhaus.org link So far she has only screwed over a 100 people. I guess she is aiming for progress and not perfection.

post #514 of 659
Quote:
Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post
There are sellers like parisvegas ( who posts here occasionally ) that run similar " wholesale" schlocky type of operations, but he certainly seems to have a heck of a lot more integrity.

What's up with parisvegas - where do they get so much stuff from?
they have a never ending supply!!
post #515 of 659
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Originally Posted by whusurdadi View Post
What's up with parisvegas - where do they get so much stuff from? they have a never ending supply!!
does it come from the Vegas casinos? lost & found? dry cleaners?
post #516 of 659
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Originally Posted by amerikajinda View Post
does it come from the Vegas casinos? lost & found? dry cleaners?

Probably all of the above, and then some... these posts from parisvegas on this forum give some insight into his methods:

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...977#post958977

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...791#post958791

The following quote from one of his posts is also telling:
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Originally Posted by parisvegas View Post
as far as to where i get my stuff.. everywhere!! as i got bigger i was able to put out more money and buy in bulk.. I started with the thrift stores.. 99-2000 these were the days when u could walk into a salvation army or goodwill and buy shirts for 50 cents.. and you could find entire wardrobes.. walk out spending 10$ and turn it into $500+ on ebay.. they got smart.. shirts/pants/jackets.. they are no less then 5-10$ each there now.. at least thats here in vegas.. plus we have only 10~ish stores that are even big enough to shop. goodwill is hurting, the last few years they have closed a few of there locations.. I stop in them from time to time.. ties are pretty good.. they keep them at $2 and either a tie is mint or its trashed.. there is no in between. and u can sometimes find whole collections.. like 20 hermes ties or whatnot.. it happens.. Hotels.. no.. my used stuff comes in bulk from wholesellers.. connections i have found over time.. i have even used www.surplus.net a few times.. i used to fear telling people where i got my stuff.. as they would do the same.. i had a few friends try on me... GOOD LUCK.. if u hold a full time job and list 400 items a week.. even 200 a week.. u wont have time.. plus there are so many designers out there you have to know what you are doing and what sells... can this be taught? a armani shirt size 14.5 X 32 is worthless on ebay.. yet a kiton shirt 14.5 X 32 will get you $$.. thats where research and trial and error comes in.. i have done this a long time.. plus.. i have learned.. when u deal with used stuff.. you are less common to come across fakes.. i look at ebay and see some of these knock off labels and wonder what in the world. how do they get away with this..
post #517 of 659
It struck me while scanning through parisvegas/Kevin's active listings that he may be the ever elusive manouche/ernest/farmer brown... there certainly appears to be a dust in the lens on many of his photos. hmm
post #518 of 659
Quote:
Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post
You can put lipstick on a pig but .......


She used to be prayerwarrior02 and had a gross feedback total over 19,000 and a positive feedback rating of 96.5%

Here's the old prayerwarrior02 that screwed hundreds of people! & Here's her Toolhaus.org link!

Now she's clothesxs1 with a gross feedback total over 1,000 and has a 96.9% positive feedback rating.

Here's clothesxs1's feedback of 96.9. & her Toolhaus.org link So far she has only screwed over a 100 people. I guess she is aiming for progress and not perfection.

Maybe she had a twinge of conscience being a "Christian thief" as prayerwarrior02 versus being a good old run of the mill thief called clothesxs1.

Maybe she will get lucky and grow her business and one day be a Ken Lay or Bernie Madoff of Ebay!

Would anyone hazard a guess as to why she would go to the trouble of changing her business name and setting up a completely new account and name, when she is operating the exact same kind of operation?

SHIT SHIT SHIT.

I wish I had read this before I purchased something from her. Just got a HF coat from her. Sleeve measurement was a whole 2" off (none to let out). Also... Conveniently there was no photo of the inside left pocket. It looks like a kid scribbled all over it with an ink pen. It has been hell getting my money back. I have a partial refund right now, but I have already sent the coat back. THE RISK IS NOT WORTH THE DEALS FROM THIS ONE.
post #519 of 659
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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post
SHIT SHIT SHIT.

I wish I had read this before I purchased something from her.

Yup, that's one of the primary purposes of this thread.

BTW: Make sure to leave honest negative feedback for her. Sellers can no longer leave retaliatory negatives.
post #520 of 659
That policy has been in effect for some months now. They can't strike negatively back at you, so in case you've been had, ask for a refund, and if the communication doesn't work that well file a dispute with the seller, assuming you're paying with paypal
post #521 of 659
I've had great experience with Todaybay, Patricia. Don't know her last name. She carries a range of high end brands -- Ferragamo, Tramezza, Testoni, Prada. JL. Impeccable to do business with and responsive communicator. Merchandise all new, in boxes, shoe bags.

I will never buy from Kymk2020 (533) again. Extremely unresponsive during the entire bidding period. Received the Tramezza shoe that I ordered and realized it was defective. The leather was extremely soft around the heel counter and cup area, shoe would fold in when trying to put them on. Prob was with one shoe only. I confronted the seller, got nothing but negative comments such as why are you trying to ruin my rating? Not one response or offer to exchange for future credit, etc. I consider her dishonest and non friendly.
post #522 of 659
This is a great thread, thanks guys.
post #523 of 659
Has anyone purchased from Ebay seller "thesuitedgentelman"? I'm looking at the following auction. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=250352289876 Thanks, this thread is an incredible resource.
post #524 of 659
Bought this from geb_999. The shoulders had way too much padding despite the description of minimal padding, and he refused to offer any type of refund.
post #525 of 659
What would you do if the seller hasn't contacted you about shipping 11 days after you sent payment? The seller is in the UK and I'm in the US. Thanks, G
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