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  1. I just came across this Instagram page @china_chanel_factory because they used a hashtag I follow. As far as I know, there is no china factory and if they have to do all your business through Instagram and WhatsApp messaging they can’t be legit.
     
  2. Parisluxelove on IG it is a scammer that i have called out and reported BEWARE!!! claims to accept all payments even paypal invoice but after a few attempts to send payment it wouldnt work and so i set up payment through transferwise and then did some research i found that they stole another sellers photos and added its business cards on the pictures to act like its theirs. Then after i told them i cancelled payment and reported them and would make sure no one would buy from them they cussed me out and told me they would ruin my life and they have all my info. Luckily they only have my email and my name so i dont think thats going to get them very far. Please warn others and let them know to stay away from this freak.
     

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  3. Scammer uses multiple usernames to scam so beware ladies also she is the same person that scammed named Jackie aka "thebagsgalore" scammer.
     

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  4. Hi, i found this shirt in a thrift store. Has anyone seen this kind of original or bootleg?
     

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  5. #4900 May 10, 2019
    Last edited: May 11, 2019
    這些賣家在ebay上賣假香奈兒,
    每個人都很小心
    銥......
     
  6. Hi There!
    Just wanted to warn people of some definite and probable counterfeits on eBay recently. I’ve been looking for the CHA-NEL cruise earrings for some time and recently saw some on eBay from luckyluxgirl (43) and from koko1954 (4125).

    I bought the earrings from luckyluxgirl after being asssured that the earrings were 100% authentic. On receiving them, they were clearly fake: the packing was poor and the earrings themselves seemed “too light” and flimsy and seemed to be made of poor quality metal (they did not feel as substantial as the necklace I have from the same collection which is authentic Chanel). The seller did accept a return and I was refunded but I am sure they will repost the item. I have attached pictures comparing the obviously fake item packaging compared to my authentic Chanel. The earrings did have a “stamp” on them, and they had even either copied an official booklet or got an official booklet from a dumpster dive to put with the fake item, so be warned, counterfeiters are getting quite sophisticated.

    Being understandably cautious, I had contacted koko1954 regarding her item and if there was a receipt or what type of provenance the item had, or if they could take some addition close up pics of the packaging. I wrote “I was looking to find out if it was purchased from a boutique or other licensed Chanel location (Barney’s, Neiman Marcus, etc), is there a receipt of purchase, and if there is any sort of protection to me as a buyer i.e. if I were to take it to an authentication service and it was found to be a reproduction would I be able to return it, etc.” to which koko1954 simply replied “Thank you, what type of authentication would you like, ? These beauties are totally 100% authentic.” Koko1954 also states “My photons (sp) show it all.”

    Koko1954 continually refused to answer any questions regarding receipts or provenance. They then wanted to see pictures of the fake item I bought asking it it had a seal. I replied that a seal does not authenticity guarantee and that seals can also be faked. The seller also has some existing negative feedback for selling fake Chanel earrings which I questioned them about, and they refused initially to address or answer. They then did finally rely to the question in a round about way, “These earrings are 100% authentic as well as the earrings that I had sold and received negative feedback for (these were retuarmed and sold again) I do not have a receipt for these. I have been doing this for years and I do sell fake things.” Freudian slip, methinks, haha. So please beware of these two sellers and their definitely and likely counterfeit items, respectively.
     

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