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  1. i have a few auth. Coach keyfobs listed on ebay - for some reason i get an email tonight telling me that i need to check out this forum and that selling fake Coach items is illegal! it was like this person was accusing me of selling fakes on line.
    i am a little confused - my stuff is authentic - direct from Coach - why would someone send me here??
  2. and a PS to my post - i am a Coach addict. i own thousands and thousands in Coach bags, shoes and sunglasses, so i am not just a ransom seller - i LOVE Coach and would never sell fakes.
    thanks for reading
  3. It sounds like an eBay member is just assuming that your items are fake for some reason. If you're sure the keyfobs are authentic, you don't have anything to worry about.
  4. Yep. Thin fakes at that. OP I hope you can get your money back.
  5. Ah, that's a shame. Definitely contact your seller to see what you can do. Hopefully, it hasn't been too long of a time to file a claim. Good for you for being responsible and taking down the listings immediately, though. :tup:
  6. #7 Feb 18, 2010
    Last edited: Feb 18, 2010
    Those "direct from Coach" keychains seem to have taken a few detours along the way.

    The ONLY way a seller can claim something is "direct from Coach" is if she bought it herself from a Coach store, retail partner or a partner's or Coach's website.

    Why did you claim you got them from Coach when you obviously didn't?
  7. I suspect that the message you received, rather than being from a troublemaker (as you imply) was from someone who was trying to help you protect your ebay account and your reputation.

    That person could have reported your fake keychains and when ebay removed them, you would have had 6 counterfeit "dings" on your record. She saved you from that. You ought to be thanking her.
  8. I am confused so OP has fakes listed and someone sent her here? They are fake correct. If so she should be thankful, pull them down and stop doing that.
  9. I think she has since removed the listings from ebay.

  10. Weird that she would insist that they are authentic. Maybe she was just trying to see if they would pass.
  11. Unfortunately, it happens way too often.
  12. ^ ITA! :tdown:
  13. UM WOW this thread is confusing lol
  14. Sounds like she was on a fishing expedition to get her fakes "authenticated" here on tPF...
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