Designer Handbags ?

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agasssilovesme
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30 May 07 08:26:06 am
Hi there

I noticed that Jimmy had written a forum on that most handbag sitres are facke. I appreciate we have him to warn us. I was wondering then if the site called 'designer brands' that are in the US are fake. They guarentue authenticity.
Also there
WholesalerWholesaler.Com
They ask you to $50 roughly to get the list of authenic desinger bags but say you cannot get Lois Vitton authentic.
I was wondering if the designer brand site is selling fakes and would the list wholesalerwholesaler be not real as well
thanks for your time
Deb

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jimmy_huber
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31 May 07 01:06:43 am
Link hidden: Login to view sells alot of lists and alot of affiliate programs. Its how they make money aside from the stuff they sell.
They sell lists no different from our own. They just have them divided up into sections. Its doubtfull any of them are legit as 99.9 Percent of the websites that claim to wholesale these are selling fakes.

There is one company that works directly with ebay and sells authentic products but they never have anything good in stock.


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jimmy_huber
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31 May 07 01:07:15 am
designer brand site


What is the website address for this?


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agasssilovesme
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31 May 07 02:22:20 pm
Hi, Jimmy thanks again for your great advice..
With regard to Wholesalerwholesaler are they legally allowed to give out websites that sell fakes??

Also the site I have found is Link hidden: Login to view . The too guarenttue authenticity

thanks heaps

Deb

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azureus001
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31 May 07 05:33:59 pm
I have looked at this site also. It did look pretty intersting to me. My only problem is, designers at this level of high-end, do not wholesale. They own all of their stores, and have partnerships with only the largest most reputable companies. Nordestoms, Saks, ect. I don't believe this company would be large enough or reputable enough to buy stock from these people. Prada, Gucci, LV, use distributors but they have a very tight control on their products, normal people can't buy 'wholesale' lots. Before I would buy I would request authenticity documents not just the promise that it is real but the papers that come with the bags before ordering. I can see that maybe these bags are from 04-05 or maybe 06 years but I dunno, I still find it hard to believe that you can buy these at 50-60% off RRP.

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31 May 07 10:50:59 pm
Nah that site sells too many mixed branded names to even be close to legitimate. Look at the bottom of the main page where they have the so called nextag links the squaretrade logo. None of them are linked.

Even thier rating on shopping.com shows nothing. This site is a scammer site.


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agasssilovesme
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2 Jun 07 09:38:12 am
Thanks Jimmy

It's pretty scary with all these scammers?? What is the nextag link mean??? Some of the other logos are linked at the botom

Cheers Deb

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2 Jun 07 06:30:28 pm
They are a comparison shopping site. You actually have to sign up an account to them to get your items comapred to similar products.

A real site would do this. Why would they have icon if they didnt sign up an account. A scammers site is very elaborate and does its best to convince you they are legitimate. Some even answer common trust questions in thier FAQ. Why would you need to add this to your site if you were legit and sold authentic products?


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13 Jun 07 02:18:07 am
Hey Deb, I'm new on here, but have sold quite a few handbags on ebay. I can tell you for a fact that there are NO major designers that sell there bags wholesale. If you see the word wholesale, it a sure indication that the bags are fake.

I have sold chanel, louis vuitton, balenciaga and dooney & bourke. You can only buy the bags at discount, at the end of the season, for that particular bag. You have to get them at the designer boutique, or store, such as SAKS, Nordstrom, Parisian, ect. They will discount the end of season bags, after the new bags come out. But only about 20 to 30%.

With Dooney & Bourke, you can buy them from their main site, end of season, for an average of 30% off. Also on Doonies site, in very small print way down at the bottom right, there will normally be a 'sale' link. In that window they will normally have a bit more discount on a few select bags.
As for the other designers, you can get them also on discount at their factory stores, but still you will only find them discounted by a maximum of about 30%.
And be cautious, a lot of 'wholesalers' will say they have authentic bags, 'with authenticity cards', but those will be fake as well....gulfy13

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14 Jun 08 08:10:42 pm
Jimmy,

I have some questions for you. You said 99.9% of the online stores that sell designer handbags (Gucci, Fendi, Prada, Coach, etc.) are not authentic. Is this meant that the suppliers that are listed on SaleHoo are not authentic? They claimed that they only carry 100% authentic.

Is it true that the designers destroy their unsold products after each season? This is very hard to believe.

I also have read somebody saying that the high-end designers never give out wholesale. They only sold their products thru their stores or reputable stores like Saks, Nordstrom, etc. If this is all true then, where is this big wholesaler like maltastockhouse in Italy came in to place?

Thanks!

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16 Jun 08 03:03:18 pm
hi guys. what about discount-designers.com

they claim they sell authentic

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