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Question about SFAM jeans...

post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 
ARe there such Seven jeans with a...

Cut 702539

Style T521092U-092U ??

I won a bid on ebay but am really skeptical to pay because he says he doesn't have a pic of the tags, not wanting to take some and send it to me i guess...and saying all this mumbo jumbo about me owing him $25 to relist the item....Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
post #2 of 8
Yea, here's some advice. Don't bid if you're not willing to pay. I don't understand why people bid when they are skeptical of the items authenticity, and then wait until AFTER the auction before they start challenging the vendor. I agree with the seller. Pay him his listing fees. Non-paying bidders are such a pain, and there is absolutely no excuse for bidding if you aren't going to pay. Clear up the terms before the auction, otherwise, fork over the dough.
post #3 of 8
Agreed. All questions need to be asked before you place a bid. This is how it works in the real world. Once you enter into a business transaction that is legally binding, you can't start renegotiating the terms of sale.

Buy the jeans. If they are fake, then try and get your money back. But the agreement in place is for you to pay him for the jeans.
post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 
i didn't really have a problem with the item and was going to go thru with it, until another ebay user contacted me told me he sells fakes...but by then it was too late...checked his feedback and it seems okay....just wanted to know if such a style and cut existed. Sorry if ur offended.

BTW doesn't a $25 relisting fee means the item is worth approx. $2000 dollars?
post #5 of 8
Hi!

Just to comfort your mind - I just searched for the cut number 702539 and found only one auction. The pictures of the auction didn't appear, but the seller is a quite reputable one. So there's no reason to believe your jeans aren't authentic. Sure, it's weird that the seller refuses to send you pictures of the tags, but you really should have requested those before the auction ended. If I were you I'd pay for the item, and if you find out they're fake after you've received them you can still give him hell.

Best regards, Bianca
post #6 of 8
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Originally Posted by confused
i didn't really have a problem with the item and was going to go thru with it, until another ebay user contacted me told me he sells fakes...but by then it was too late...checked his feedback and it seems okay....just wanted to know if such a style and cut existed. Sorry if ur offended.

BTW doesn't a $25 relisting fee means the item is worth approx. $2000 dollars?
Sorry, not offended... just a little bit annoyed. Also, yes. $25 is probably overpriced for a listing fee, but you have to take into account for what he put into the auction as well. Each picture will cost him about $0.35, if he did bold, it would cost him an extra dollar, highlight would cost an extra 3, insertion fees are usually around 3 dollars for around a 50 dollar item, and he also has to pay for a final % of what the item sold for. Point is, whiile $25 is probably overpriced, it does add up, and can cost a good 10-15 just for selling a 60ish dollar item on ebay. Each non-paying bidder means the hassle of a NPD alert, etc. just to get back this listing fee.
post #7 of 8
Thread Starter 
Eekk...didn't know you had to pay for listing...anyways, paid the guy, waiting for my jeans...let's see if they're real. Bianca, thank you for your reponse, it did ease my mind
post #8 of 8
Well.. it's good that you followed through. Just post pictures of the jeans and tags when you get them, if you are still skeptical, and we can tell you if they are fake or not. If they are fake, and the seller advertised authentic, most likely you can get your money back, (just gotta complain to ebay and some other hassles if the seller doesn't agree to a refund right away).
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