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babypens99 on ebay sells fake cosmetics

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I recently bought a whole bunch of cosmetics from babypens99 and it was all fake! I have a letter from an authentication company stating that all of the products were NOT real! Buyer beware!
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Thanks!
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I recently bought a whole bunch of cosmetics from babypens99 and it was all fake! I have a letter from an authentication company stating that all of the products were NOT real! Buyer beware!
Lets see a scanned copy of that letter, as well as a number I can call to verify the company.

To everyone reading this, this is a seller (MACATTACK)who seems to have a very shady history according to what info was dug up about them, and is posting this comment in retaliation to a thread that was made to warn us of a fake seller.

Lets see this letter please, if you want to make yourself look innocent it would be a good start.
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I'm the subject of this libelous, slanderous and totally unfounded post. I was alerted to this post by another user.

My Ebay ID is Babypens99. Take a look at my feedback. After nearly 10K feeback, I have a near perfect FB rating of 99.7%.

There has never been a single person who has accused me of selling fake items through feedback, disputes or emails. The reason for this is because I have never and would never sell a fake item. I'm too honest a person for that. I'm extremely picky about what I sell. I have purchased some items from Ebay for resale in the past, the vast majority of the Bobbi Brown, Clinique, Estee Lauder, MAC items that I do sell either come directly from the source, the Estee Lauder Warehouse sales in Long Island, the Estee Lauder Company Store, or from a specific wholesale liquidator who specializes buying out department store overstock or closeouts.

I can and will gladly send you copies of receipts to prove this. The receipts have all the vital contact info such as name, address and phone number. So you can easily call and verify that they are legitimate. Also, they can confirm that it was me that purchased the items. I can and will locate a few receipts and try to post them here shortly.

There are no "authentication companies" for cosmetics like this person claims. I wish that their were though. The only way to prove something is fake is to send it directly to each of the respected manufacturers. They are the ONLY people that provide letters of authenticity. While you can take items to cosmetic counters, they cannot certify or give any type of letters of authenticity.

Please remove this post and ban the user. If not, please provide me with the IP address of the poster so I can pursue criminal charges against them and get a court order to have the post removed. Fell free to email me if you have any questions or for my contact info.
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Originally Posted by BABYPENS99 View Post
I'm the subject of this libelous, slanderous and totally unfounded post. I was alerted to this post by another user.

My Ebay ID is Babypens99. Take a look at my feedback. After nearly 10K feeback, I have a near perfect FB rating of 99.7%.

There has never been a single person who has accused me of selling fake items through feedback, disputes or emails. The reason for this is because I have never and would never sell a fake item. I'm too honest a person for that. I'm extremely picky about what I sell. I have purchased some items from Ebay for resale in the past, the vast majority of the Bobbi Brown, Clinique, Estee Lauder, MAC items that I do sell either come directly from the source, the Estee Lauder Warehouse sales in Long Island, the Estee Lauder Company Store, or from a specific wholesale liquidator who specializes buying out department store overstock or closeouts.

I can and will gladly send you copies of receipts to prove this. The receipts have all the vital contact info such as name, address and phone number. So you can easily call and verify that they are legitimate. Also, they can confirm that it was me that purchased the items. I can and will locate a few receipts and try to post them here shortly.

There are no "authentication companies" for cosmetics like this person claims. I wish that their were though. The only way to prove something is fake is to send it directly to each of the respected manufacturers. They are the ONLY people that provide letters of authenticity. While you can take items to cosmetic counters, they cannot certify or give any type of letters of authenticity.

Please remove this post and ban the user. If not, please provide me with the IP address of the poster so I can pursue criminal charges against them and get a court order to have the post removed. Fell free to email me if you have any questions or for my contact info.
Dont worry, no one with half a brain would think your selling fakes, this idiot posted in those 2 threads because he was pissed that he was called out for being a scammer.
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I recently bought a whole bunch of cosmetics from babypens99 and it was all fake! I have a letter from an authentication company stating that all of the products were NOT real! Buyer beware!
Shut the fuck up twat face!
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Thanks for backing me up. Why this person would target me is beyond me. She must be jealous and bored with her life.
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I have had much dealings with babybens she has great items great prices and all are authentic
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is clearly wholesale_makeup from ebay and her feedback is awful she clearly does not value customers
this feedback clearly shows this
Not as described, photos were misleading. Not good wrapped up either. Bad trans'Buyer: katziegirl1988 ( 13)
Jun-29-07 11:45
  • Reply by wholesale_makeup (Jun-29-07 19:16):

    Got 50 items from pics! Newbie ebayer who thought they were getting everything!
that she would blame a newbie for her misleading auctions is truly a shame
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We really dont need people logging in as guests just to defend each other. Please keep in mind that the mods can see your ip addresses. This is unnecessary. We get the point, Please dorp it now
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i can reply to any post i want and i do not care if anyone knows my ip i have nothing to hide
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