Ebay should make sellers declare fake goods. It's not nice when it happens to you.
Having wanted a pair of genuine Ugg Boots for years now I was delighted to find them on Ebay. I am new to ebay so very quickly realised that there were fakes. This I didn't know before my search.
I read all the reviews and was sure that I would spot them. I avoided the large sellers etc and today received a pair of advertised '100% genuine Ugg Australia boots with certificates etc, bought and now an unwanted present'...I bid heavily for them and just parted with £105 thinking for second hand, these were a good purchase.
Guess what, they arrived today and they are fake.........
I am so angry that even though I asked the seller if they were genuine and she said they were that I parted with good money, probably more than the seller paid herself.
I have reported it to paypal but it takes 20 days.......
Needless to say, the fakes are smaller and a size 5 UK is too small.
Once I get over this I will purchase a genuine pair of Uggs but it will be from a shop not over the internet.
Beware, even if the seller sells as 100% genuine it does not mean they are.
What a sad World we live in that we need to stoop so low as to take peoples hard earned cash under false pretences.
Very angy purchaser.....