Speaking of people who are posing as something they’re not, I wish the FBS would go after the “influencers” who pretend they live a life of luxury but when in actuality they scammed their way to a bkc offer by buying a bunch of prespend and hawking them in fb groups online.
You’ve seen those accounts. Look at me in Paris at a cafe with a beret having a pastry and drinking a coffee. The reality is they’re in Paris in the dead of winter
. Everyone else is wearing a winter coat but the “influencer” is in some short skirt with a thin mango type pseudo Chanel jacket carrying a bk that was the result of selling thousands upon thousands of dollars of prespend in fb Hermes groups. They try to “relate” to genuine Jaime Chua type influencers by tagging them in their stories. It’s quite sad and desperate. Why not just be real? Why the need to seek such affirmation?
It’s the same people who do it over and over. They go to different boutiques, buy a bunch of Hermes items (fj, orans, watch, belt, scarves, Avalon blanket, etc) and get a couple of non qb and a coveted qb. They list the prespend items including non qb (which are listed at inflated prices) and sometimes the qb (at least double what they paid) which they find undesirable on fb with tags like “bnib” “closet clean out” and every holiday is an opportunity to boost their sale. It always amazes me how people are so willing to throw away money. Just for a bag and so they can flex momentarily and feel like they belong.
I’ve seen some of these ”influencers” even showcasing fake bags recently, passing them off as real. Just so desperate to keep up the charades.