COACH Hall of Shame - Post Coach fakes here!

The link you posted is the original sale. My guess is the buyer found out it wasn't authentic or the seller saw another authentic one sell for higher and wanted more money. The link I posted was the re-list. After my comment she removed the listing and relisted again. Lot of people commented that the bag wasn't authentic so she removed that eventually as well.
 
Lot of people commented that the bag wasn't authentic so she removed that eventually as well.
I didn't see all the "lot of people's comments" on this listing but I saw some gang mentality posting on and IMO, cyber-bullying on another seller's listings.

While I don't have a problem with a member enlightening a possibly unaware seller that they have a fake, I do take issue with what I witnessed in the past.


IMO, a better way to handle it on PM is to inform the buyer (privately) after a sale is made and recommend posting here to verify. That way, the buyer knows what she got and can decline to accept the purchase. But what they're doing is wrong, even if it is Poshmark!
 
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BEWARE OF AUTHENTICATION COMPANIES AND VERIFY THEIR LEGITIMACY!!

JUST BECAUSE AN ITEM SHOWS OR COMES WITH A COA DOESN'T MEAN IT'S AUTHENTIC.

Poshmark seller Posh Ambassador Sylvia Cortez - alonso68

Do not trust any COA from ALL YOUR BLISS. (They do claim to be an authentication company by that name out of McAllen, TX.)

The seller, Posh Ambassador Sylvia Cortez - alonso68 is from Texas.


What this seller appears to do is when an item is fake is that she uses her own (?) company to "authenticate" the item and a "COA" is posted in those listings of fakes. (What tells me she knows what she's doing is that ONLY the fakes have the bogus COAs.)


Please help report this Poshmark fakes from Posh Ambassador Sylvia Cortez - alonso68

The following are fakes. (Some appear to have been listed prior to discovering that a "COA" might help "prove" authenticity.)

1. Sold for $180 in March. Several PM members did tell the seller it's fake:
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2. Subsequent listing of same fake bag, sold in May for $200. Same bag and pictures as above but with this "COA"
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3. Another listing of the same fake bag, also sold in May for $250 with the "COA" deeming it authentic.

4. This is a current active listing of a different fake bag, also shown with a "COA" improperly deeming it as authentic.
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5. Another sold fake with an inaccurate deeming it genuine:

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6. And another ACTIVE listing of a fake with a "COA" that deems the POS as genuine:

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Maybe with help reporting, some of these fakes will be removed.

1. seller Always Resales - alag20

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2. seller duamar271934

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ETA: From the same seller, duamar271934, there's a fake Dooney with a bogus Korean-type of serial number and a creed, NOT done by Dooney & Bourke:
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3. Seller Wilt Liquidation LLC - wiltliquidation

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