GUIDE TO BUYING REAL DESIGNER CLOTHES ! NO FAKES !

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Are you sick of all the fake designer clothes that float around on Ebay ! Well, here is a little guide (my way) to help you determine the real clothes from the fakes.

1. You see some brand new designer jeans on Ebay, recommended retail price is 130.00 GBP, then you see a buy it now price of 29.99, think hard, you really think you will get a 100% genuine pair of jeans of 130.00 GBP for just 29.99 GBP, dont be persuaded, check it out and enquire further, dont just buy now becuase you think it's a cracking deal, most 100% authentic items will be for sale for at minimum half the price, at 65.00 GBP. Pay that little extra, for something that you know is going to be the real deal. Most fake items come from Spain, Turkey and FAR EAST !

2. People who do sell FAKE designer items will offer you a refund if you dont like it eg colour, etc, now from this you know that the clothes have an 80% chance of being fake, becuase why would they do this? You get what you buy from the auction. Iv'e seen lots of people offer this service on FAKE lacoste polo shirts, now they have an rrp price of 70 GBP, and there selling for something ridiculous like 7.99 GBP and giving refunds, its becuase if you spot that its fake then they will refund you so they can aviod bad feedback, some people dont know if they will be fakes when they recieve the item, and will naturally assume its real and leave positive feedback untill after about 5 wears there are defects, and colour comes out, and logo's actually been stuck on and come off etc.  .

3. Check their feedback, to see if they have sold anymore of the particular items their selling, and see if they have some negative feedback comments suggesting FAKES. If so stay away !

4. ONLY BUY FROM EBAYERS WHO SAY THEY ARE 100% AUTHETIC, AND ARE WILLING TO DOUBLE AND/OR TREBLE YOUR MONEY BACK, AND PEOPLE WHO HAVE OUTSTANDING FEEDBACK AND OWN A CERTIFIED BUSINESS. 

Was this helpful, if so please say yes, i just want people to think about what they are purchasing, if it seems too good to be true then avoid it, if it seems right then go ahead.

Thanks for yout ime in reading my guide.

Luke

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