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What do you make of ebay seller jerrytyler1???

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Great site dave! Very informative indeed.

It was interesting that you found such a high percentage of fakes on ebay. I was wondering what you made of jerrytyler1 on ebay. Over 3000+ positive feedbacks and he claims they are 100% authentic or your money back. What are you thoughts?

To check an auction of his try item #3939032970.

Thanks Dave
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=3933444 997

He sells fakes...This picture is of an obvious fake Zathan 772. Reading his feedback, the reason he has a 100% positive is because he is good about returns. Basically he knows he is selling fakes and is willing to return those who pick up on it.
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post #4 of 8
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Appreciate that fellas, thanks very much!

Will def stay well away.
post #5 of 8
Why isn't something done about people who blatently sells fakes like this? Surely both Ebay and Diesel don't want this happening so why aren't these people reported instead of just being named and shamed in forums like this?
I think brands deserve to be protected and if sellers like this realise that people are willing to stand up and turn them in, maybe it will help curb the sale of fake goods on places like ebay

Robin
post #6 of 8

No Guts

Because no one hast he guts to call the companies. They rather sit around and talk about it like in real life. No one wants to get involved its the apathetic American way.
post #7 of 8
I don't understand diesel...

there have been previous posts about how companies like Chanel, Vuitton, etc. watch auctions and bust fake sellers.

With so many fake diesels out there, it makes good business sense for the manufacturer to get involved in some way...
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Originally Posted by jshark2000
I don't understand diesel...

there have been previous posts about how companies like Chanel, Vuitton, etc. watch auctions and bust fake sellers.

With so many fake diesels out there, it makes good business sense for the manufacturer to get involved in some way...
Theres lots of reasons why they might be unable or unwilling to do anything about. They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery - maybe diesel likes the extra press? Maybe they're unaware of the level of bootlegging? Maybe they don't have the resources to go after everyone? Its hard to say...
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