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post #1 of 18
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Okay I lurked on these forums and people about me ebay pages long enough to spot a fake so I am in a mall a very good well known mall here in NY shopping when me and my bf stop in a store to get his cousin some stuff so this woman shopping for her daughter makes a comment to me about the price of 7 famk jeans and I laugh and say thats the price so I pick up a pair and realize THERE FAKE so I quickly rush to tell my bf then while were talking about it near another display table we notice the girl Lacoste shirts are also fake and since then I found another store that sells fake (TR, 7 FAMK, Lacoste) clothing who can people like me tell to get them to stop.

Its unfair mind u one of the dead giveaways was the price of there stuff u would have thought it was a clearance on 7 FAMK...
post #2 of 18
The best thing to do imo would be to notify 7FAM - phone number is on their web site - and let them handle it. But you could also notify your local FBI office since making/selling counterfits is a federal crime. I remember reading this really cool article about how the FBI was trying to crack these rings selling fake Tiffany jewelry. Good luck!
post #3 of 18
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by roxx
The best thing to do imo would be to notify 7FAM - phone number is on their web site - and let them handle it. But you could also notify your local FBI office since making/selling counterfits is a federal crime. I remember reading this really cool article about how the FBI was trying to crack these rings selling fake Tiffany jewelry. Good luck!
I used to try to mind my business BUT when I fell victim to the scheme I was HEATED it was like I was robbed without a gun...

I am def. going to do that cause I am sick of it.
post #4 of 18
I am in NY too...do you not want to identify either the mall or the store??
post #5 of 18
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by luvapup
I am in NY too...do you not want to identify either the mall or the store??
I don't mind its CLOTHES HORSE in the Roosevelt field mal...

I love shopping and with any money I get I am @ the mall but I was coming out of Bloomingdales we went in there and I was SHOCKED....
post #6 of 18
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Sorry about spelling errors I was too anxious to tell u which store it was the second store I dont know the exact name its a regular small boutiques type in manhattan.
post #7 of 18
Yeah, its good to identify it IMO, if they are selling fakes. Next time I go over there to Roosevelt Field I am going to check it out for sure! I hate fakes, and even more so in a B&M store!
post #8 of 18
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by luvapup
Yeah, its good to identify it IMO, if they are selling fakes. Next time I go over there to Roosevelt Field I am going to check it out for sure! I hate fakes, and even more so in a B&M store!
Please do cause I can see yall pro's at it the store is to your right of bloomies I am not saying everything in there is fake but I know fake pink A pockets with crystals when I see them.
post #9 of 18
I believe they even have online stores though I am not 100% sure. Here's the link http://clotheshorseonline.net/search...anufacturer=23.

If some companies kinda use the same TR horseshoe back pocket stitching in their products but label them as their own brand products, are they cosidered illegal?
post #10 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by kikyo
If some companies kinda use the same TR horseshoe back pocket stitching in their products but label them as their own brand products, are they cosidered illegal?
They are copies, IMO, and the brands in question should go after them as trademark infringement....IF they have trademarked/copyrighted their designs..
They have that kind of thing all over..Delia's, Target have copied Antik's, Vanilla Star copies Hollister, Abercrombie, TR & lots else. These don't count as counterfeits since they have their own labels, just the designs are copied..
post #11 of 18
Too bad... they are not counterfeits at all still they steal other brands' design. I guess they might be in the gray area when it comes to a lawsuit.
post #12 of 18
I have gotten a fake Juicy Couture long sleeve shirt with Clothes Horse tags on it and I was wondering what the heck Clothes Horse was
It is a VERY good fake, the only thing that sets it off is that the inside tag is the wrong color for the size. I have Juicy polos I know are auth, and this fake one has the same mother of pearl buttons, same quality of fabric, everything - I was shocked that a fake looked this good.
The only thing that confuses me is that the clothes horse website is selling lots of stuff that hasn't been faked yet, so i dont know if they are the same thing...
post #13 of 18
Ok, it is the same Clothes Horse that is located in the Roosevelt Field Mall, never mind.
post #14 of 18
I just double checked the polo and compared the Juicy hang tags to my real ones - the Clothes Horse polo has the darker gold/slick tags that fakes are known for, so its not just the inside tag that is off. Still, they have a lot of Juicy on their website that I have never seen faked and everything on their site is the same price as auth. stuff.
post #15 of 18
Thread Starter 
See I cant believe this THEY NEED TO BE STOP...

Like really if someone gives me the number of who to call and report I would do it in a heart beat that is really jacked up business are doing this to people.
post #16 of 18
Go to 7FAM website & get their contact # off of it.
post #17 of 18
See US Code Sec. 2320. Trafficking in counterfeit goods or services:

http://www.washingtonwatchdog.org/do...3/sec2320.html

It's a federal crime with very stiff penalties. So you can call your local police or FBI. And if they ship using USPS it's mail fraud and you can report them to USPS.

Good luck!
post #18 of 18

Hi to all readers, 

GALLERY 925 SCAM SHOP

In March I sold Gallery 925 a piece of jewellery with two undamaged pendants and sent it to Gallery 925 on 23rd March. In April Gallery 925 requested to return the jewellery for a full refund of $6,145.80. In accordance with my eBay refund policy I refunded Gallery 925 $6,145.80 on 14th April 2013 via Pay Pal. I later received a shipment from Gallery 925 on 18th April 2013. Upon inspection of the received goods, they are clearly different from the originally sold goods. Pictures we have clearly shows that Gallery 925 swapped out two of the flower pendants from the neck ring, with similar pendants, but not the same ones! The pictures show that the new pendants I received back are damaged and are a different colour tone than the ones I originally sent!! The goods I received back from Gallery 925 are worth far less than the goods I originally sent to Gallery 925. I have refunded Gallery 925 the full purchase price but have not received my original goods back! I request that Gallery 925 either send me back the original goods OR reimburse me $6145.80
Gallery 925 has been appealing this case since the refund date..
We have proof that the she returned FAKE jewellery, we know that the jewellery we received back is not the same as the original jewellery we sold Gallery 925.
PLEASE RETURN THE ORIGINAL GEORGE JENSEN NO:238 THAT WE SOLD YOU OR REFUND US $6145.80
 
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