How can I prove authentic

jacqueline mr

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Dec 13, 2020
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Please help, I bought this bag from Burberry Milano store and I'm sure it's 100% authentic. Now Im trying to sell it on facebook and this group keeps flagging it. I don't know why. It doesn't have a serial number and I don't have receipt. How can I prove it's authentic?ho

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jacqueline mr

Member
Dec 13, 2020
16
2
Please help, I bought this bag from Burberry Milano store and I'm sure it's 100% authentic. Now Im trying to sell it on facebook and this group keeps flagging it. I don't know why. It doesn't have a serial number and I don't have receipt. How can I prove it's authentic?ho

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OogleAtLuxury

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Facebook's flagging algorithm for replica items is notoriously inaccurate. It's not the group marking these as inauthentic. It's Facebook's really crappy system.

Even if you're posting in a group, if you make it a "For Sale" post, it'll go through Facebook's Marketplace screener. They basically look for brand names in the title and mark it as replica, as far as I can tell. ()

You might want to try not posting it as a "For Sale" post. Just post it as any regular post in the group with pictures.
 

jacqueline mr

Member
Dec 13, 2020
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Facebook's flagging algorithm for replica items is notoriously inaccurate. It's not the group marking these as inauthentic. It's Facebook's really crappy system.

Even if you're posting in a group, if you make it a "For Sale" post, it'll go through Facebook's Marketplace screener. They basically look for brand names in the title and mark it as replica, as far as I can tell. ()

You might want to try not posting it as a "For Sale" post. Just post it as any regular post in the group with pictures.
Thank you for that. First time posting there and I didn't know how to do it.