FAKE designer bags!!!!

Discussion in 'Handbags' started by leyla m., Mar 4, 2003.

  1. leyla m.

    leyla m. New Member

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    [glow=black:8dd30cf08f]as you all know by now, i H*A*T*E = FAKES=!
    and everytime i see a designer bag knockoff i get all weird and stuff. this is another one i found :x
     
  2. leyla m.

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    another murakami :roll:
     
  3. LLaura

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    *sigh*

    Why do they do that? Even though I'm not buying one it still ruins it for the people who love fashion.
     
  4. trean

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    bahaaha that's too bad! :roll:
     
  5. leyla m.

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    few more specimens :roll:
     
  6. PradaP

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    god this pisses me off

    I was browsing through ebay before.. and saw a disgusting fake Eye Love for auction... decided to do a nice thing and emailed the high bidder.. letting her know what shes actually bidding on.. and that i hope she doesnt regret it (seeing as it is a FAKE)

    she emails me back saying she still thinks its a real (claiming she saw it in tokyo and hong kong 2 weeks ago).. and that even if it was a fake.. she didnt care

    :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

    stupid girl

    this auction in fact-
    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi...81150&category=
     
  7. xopher215

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    eBay should force fakes to a separate section.

    I really cannot understand why anyone would willingly pay hundreds of dollars for something not authentic, especially if it's a really poor copy.
     
  8. audigirl

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    fakes are not even allowed to be listed...although they don't enforce it...I sold a bag before and one of the rules was that it had to be authenticated before it could be listed....what a joke that rule is!
     
  9. Dancer0128

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    that sucks i hate fakes too :mad:
     
  10. LLaura

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    My friend saw someone bidding on a fake rolex there before and he did the same thing. He has so many real rolex than he can really spot a fake. He's the king of rolex :lol:

    Anyway, I think the person listened and retracted their bid. So sometimes it does work! It was nice of you to do that! :wub:
     
  11. classic1908

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    I had heard somewhere that eBay does not police a lot of auctions. To me, that doesn't make sense. I'm no expert, but I strongly suspect that most of the Hermes Birkins, for instance, are faux,, but those people are charging vrai prices.
    :roll:
     
  12. leyla m.

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    BAH BAH BAH :x
     
  13. Catherine-Marie

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    Well, my opinion on fakes is basically, whatever. :roll: It's sad, and it's a ripoff of the original design idea--the art--and frankly I think a bit idiotic, I'd rather have the best real bag that I can afford than a fake one for the same price. There are so many lesser-known designers out there who make quality handbags and shoes for the same $$ as these expensive fakes--I would much rather give them my business, and have something different and unique to carry around as well. But you can't stop it the creation or sale of fake bags so it's kind of pointless trying. I do think it's absolutely wrong, however, to sell someone something you know to be fake--like in these cases. These Murakami bags are not even out on in the stores yet, in most cases! :evil: Do they think people are idiots? :evil:
     
  14. LLaura

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    Yes! :lol: :lol:
     
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    Any fool who would give money like that to someone with only one feedback rating (among other things) deserves what s/he gets.

    I check the listings from time to time (hey, a deal's a deal :wink: ) and last May I won a Taiga Kendall for $525 :eek: from someone with two or three positive feedbacks. The only reason I bid was because the seller listed C.O.D. as a delivery option, and of course I'd've torn the package open to make sure it was real before anyone c'ed anything from me. If not real, I'd never have a problem telling the delivery person to wrap it back up please and return to sender as I pushed my door closed. (I was super suspicious anyway since the Paypal service was not an option but cash and cashier's check were. :roll: )

    Long story short... no bag came to my house and about two weeks later I get an email from someone who'd won a Taiga Dersou Messenger from this seller. The seller offered to ship it for free ($25) if the winner would leave a positive feedback right away. Guess what? Uh huh... :wink:

    The buyer deserved it for being STUPID... I felt sad for him and hate to see anyone get ripped off, yet there was obviously nothing I could do at that point except be glad that other fool didn't get my crowns.
     
  17. audigirl

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    yesterday I emailed someone that had bid on a fake Murakami. She emailed back telling me Thanks, she thought it was real...She would have been mad if she paid all that $$ and then realized it was fake...
    She retracted her bid and now the listing is gone....

    for good Karma :)
     
  18. PradaP

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    does this bag look dodgy?

    <img border='0' alt='image'src=http://ebay3.ipixmedia.com/abc/M28/_EBAY_5dc08036e2167a50f440bc984ef5841f/i-1.JPG>
    <img border='0' alt='image'src=http://ebay3.ipixmedia.com/abc/M28/_EBAY_5dc08036e2167a50f440bc984ef5841f/i-2.JPG>
    <img border='0' alt='image'src=http://ebay3.ipixmedia.com/abc/M28/_EBAY_5dc08036e2167a50f440bc984ef5841f/i-3.JPG>
     
  19. xopher215

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    Completely, I think. The third line of the front reads L PARIS V :oops: .
    The bottom gets it right though :roll: . :lol:

    Plus it looks too small. :?
     
  20. PradaP

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    thank u xopher for your attention to detail

    i think i will email the seller to tell her off then
     

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