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Emails about Fake Seven Jeans

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Hi Dave.
I just wanted to let you know that I have seen authentic Seven (SFAM) jeans in various reputable stores with the cardboard tags that aren?t crumpled and waxy but are just plain, thin cardboard. Also, I?ve noticed on the authentic white bar code stickers that the 0?s are no longer crossed through. At the first store I suspected they were not authentic (going by what you said on your website) but after seeing the same thing in Nordstrom?s and many other reputable dealers I am wondering about the accuracy of your information. Has your info not been checked/updated in a while? Please let me know. Thank you.
Kathy
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nice site you have running!
first in your site you mention you know someone who is selling some mens 7 jeans and to email you if anyone was intrested, can you tell me if they still have them and how much for them? ( bootcut and or relax ).

also thiers a seller i was wondering about on ebay, denimkingdom. This guy sells a lot of clothing, and you cant judge his stuff by his pictures, i bought some zigbys from him and they look 10x better than his picture and very close to the one on the website. i was wondering if you knew if his seven jeans might be real or maybe his other diesels.

i know a store called marshalls, they get diesel and other brands all the time, they sell for 50 dollars. thier past season, the only styles i have seen thier are rabox ravix fanker and kratt's, but if they can sell them for 50 or less it would be only reasonable to suspect that others can buy them in bulk for that and they not be fake, marshalls sells many other brands of clothes too.
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Hi Dave,

I have a question. I noticed that you wrote that seven no longer makes Havana’s however my local Macy’s, Bloomies and Neiman Marcus all have Havana’s. My cousin works for Bloomie’s and gets a discount so I have her buy jeans for me and I sell them on E-Bay. Now here is the question I have for you, I noticed that Sevens changed their tags. I have enclosed a picture of the new inside tag, now unless Bloomingdale’s is selling fakes I am not sure what is going on. Any thoughts?


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Re: Emails about Fake Seven Jeans

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Originally Posted by admin
Hi Dave.
I just wanted to let you know that I have seen authentic Seven (SFAM) jeans in various reputable stores with the cardboard tags that aren?t crumpled and waxy but are just plain, thin cardboard. Also, I?ve noticed on the authentic white bar code stickers that the 0?s are no longer crossed through. At the first store I suspected they were not authentic (going by what you said on your website) but after seeing the same thing in Nordstrom?s and many other reputable dealers I am wondering about the accuracy of your information. Has your info not been checked/updated in a while? Please let me know. Thank you.
Kathy
Hi Kathy,

I am attaching a picture of a recent pair of Sevens:



The "zeros" have not changed.

I would probably guess that the Sevens you saw even in your reputable dealers are the result of a fake exchanged for a real. I have recently been made aware of this scheme and know that there are people doing this and making quite an eBay business out of buying fakes and returning fakes for authentic product to unsuspecting retailers. I've heard this done for Lacoste, Diesel and Sevens ... and I am sure there are other branded products as well. Retailer brand awareness is probably the only way to combat the rip-offs.

The only deviation you might see on some of the Sevens tagging is a hang tag that utilizes a sticker (but still uses the parchment type of paper) versus totally printed on.

Hope this helps.

Diana
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