Let me start this thread by saying that tPF does not condone fakes in any way! This thread is to post fake/counterfeit Prada so that we can report to eBay, and most importantly, to warn potential buyers about!
If we see questions like this here, we will simply delete them.
2- please do not go into great detail as to what about a particular item is fake- we don't want to give counterfeiters any hints on how to improve their dubious products.
This seller has only two items for sale here is the other. The one above is listed as a fake a couple posts up. I'm thinking ok same seller more fakes? I am NO EXPERT, but it looked "ok" Is it real? If not. What makes it a fake? Curious. thanks
Hello, I am very new to this site, so I'm not sure if I am responding correctly. I first noticed this thread late Tuesday night and saw a handbag I had listed on eBay under sckcs's post. Yes, the Prada handbag I had listed was removed for trademark infringement. I purchased this handbag from **********.com and thought I was safe due to the fact they guarantee the authenticity 100% and they do not have any restocking fees.
I honestly thought I was safe buying from this website, and they even sent another email reiterating their authenticity guarantee. Regardless, I am returning this handbag, but not before I head to my Neiman Marcus to have someone inspect it to verify if it is indeed fake. I bought my Cervo Antik hobo at NM, and hopefully the woman who sold it to me will be there to help me with this verification. I will be the first to admit, I am no expert of Prada. I love the quality and smell of Prada leather, and gets major compliments on my Cervo.
I will be disgusted and very angry if this is fake. I do my best to be honest with all of my customers, and I really do appreciate what everyone here at TPF has to say. I'm glad I have somewhere to go to receive an education on Prada. This is a great site for all things authentic, and again, I am grateful to sckcs and TPF for bringing this to my attention. I will reply again once I get the final verdict from Neiman Marcus.