It's a mini-organization/website offering tips and strategies to prevent people from being knocked off especially from LV fakes. My Poupette also offers authentication service for people who are skeptical about the authenticity of their item(s).Gia said:Hi all,
I've been reading past threads. What is My Pouppette?
The same thing happened to me on Tuesday :evil: I was on my lunch hour, surfing the Web, and when I went to the My Poupette site a virus alert popped up on my screen. Unfortunately the virus program couldn't remove it so the IT guy had to come in and fix it. He wasn't happy :shame:*JJ* said:ok when i clicked that link i immediately had a trojan horse on my computer...
Yes, I totally agree ! I feel like the logo is a justification to charge more, while some may see that as perfectly fine - you are buying reassurance, it's a bummer since it really takes away from eBay as an online auction rather than an online store.CeeJay said:In order to be able to display the "MyPoupette" logo, the seller must adhere to strict guidelines. Therefore, you can be assured that the seller is legitimate; selling only authentic items.
HOWEVER ... that does not mean that they don't necessarily overcharge for their items! Frankly, I've been appalled at some of the prices that these folks are asking! I can understand making some profit, but when it is beyond 50%, that is (in my opinion) just as bad as selling fakes!
my internet security popped up and said "the xxxx file is a trojan horse" and then it said something about somebody trying to access my computer. i clicked on "block" and then ran a virus scan on my computer. it found the file and erased it. :evil:baglady said:Wow, how scary!? How did you discover a trojan horse on your computer? How did you get rid of it?