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Leshanta.com: Fakes??

post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 
Does anyone know if Leshanta.com sells fake SFAM jeans?
I recently bought a pair (cut 701226, style U130061U) and cannot find any signs of counterfeiting, but I'm skeptical since they were only $89 and the material isn't faded around the back pockets.

http://leshanta.com/product.asp?key=7je7
post #2 of 13
you could have bought a pair already, had them and be wearing them. If you ask the people in this forum they will tell you to "check the microstitching" lol lol lolloooooool, or they might tell you to harrass the seller till the seller gets so annoyed, they wont even sell them to you. Seven jeans cost about $40 a piece wholesale, so this website is sure not losing any money selling them. Its a question of whether or not you will order early enough to secure your size. If you dont want my advise, well, then, you could "check the microstiching" lol lol lol
post #3 of 13

re:

The site is a bit cheap and suspicious looking...You could try taking a pick of the jeans you got and posting that pic and asking if they are auth. I'm sorry no one tried to help you...
post #4 of 13
I would becareful with this etailer since it seems that they sell knockoff LV, GUCCI, FENDI and PRADA purses/wallets/etc.
post #5 of 13
They seem to have all of the common fakes...and not their own pics! Also, tallulah is VERY right
post #6 of 13
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the replies. Below are some pics I've taken which hopefully will allow someone to check the authenticity of the jeans. Sorry they're so big; I'm just starting to learn photoshop. Also, the white stick-on label was ripped by me (accident).

Thanks a bunch guys (and girls).










post #7 of 13
Hi Im very sorry to say that these (I have to say this: I BELIEVE) are fake....I purchased the same ones from a seller on ebay. That cut number was unique at the time. But as you can see, the seven statement is GLUED ON the hangtag!!! I returned them for full refund...you should see if you could do the same. Also, the quality sucks!!

Let us know
post #8 of 13
Oh but dont feel bad because that barcode is the EXACT same as a real one. I have a feeling that the cut number is an authentic one and the barcode was copied...because I compared it to my authentic barcode and there's no differences whatsoever...the font is the same!! So weird....
post #9 of 13
Here are some authentic/fake pics:

Authentic tag:


Fake tag (notice the 7 in "27" and the font):


Authentic hangtag (notice lines):


Fake hangtag (notice glue!!):


Authentic A inside (notice white lining):


Fake A inside:
post #10 of 13
Thread Starter 
Thanks Hilary. I don't feel bad because someone is doing a good job counterfeiting this stuff. I just can't believe that the company that makes SFAM isn't more diligent about going after people making fakes or at least doing like Microsoft does and adding a certificate of authenticity that is very hard to counterfeit.

I've heard the argument "if you want to make sure you're getting authentic SFAM jeans, buy them from a reputable retailer," but how about this scenario: someone buys a pair of counterfeit jeans off the internet for $50 (or whatever). They then go to Nordstroms or Neiman Marcus and buy a pair of authentic SFAM jeans. Now they return the fakes to Nordstroms for a refund. They now have a pair of authentic jeans while Nordstroms puts the fakes on the racks. See why its important to prevent counterfeiting? Or are the sales people REALLY good at spotting fakes??
post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by gueido
I've heard the argument "if you want to make sure you're getting authentic SFAM jeans, buy them from a reputable retailer," but how about this scenario: someone buys a pair of counterfeit jeans off the internet for $50 (or whatever). They then go to Nordstroms or Neiman Marcus and buy a pair of authentic SFAM jeans. Now they return the fakes to Nordstroms for a refund. They now have a pair of authentic jeans while Nordstroms puts the fakes on the racks. See why its important to prevent counterfeiting? Or are the sales people REALLY good at spotting fakes??
The sales people are NOT always versed in spotting fakes and I've personally seen fakes on the shelves at urban outfitters and suspect that's how they got there.
post #12 of 13
I think the cut/style print on the tag is too dark. Looks fake to me too.
post #13 of 13
Your best bet is to buy jeans that the store has a large number of in stock--that way you are sure they are not counterfeit. If one stands out and looks crappy, then why would you buy it. Plus, stores offer refunds for the most part. Federated Department stores give you 6 months...so even if you wear them and then figure out they are fake, you can still return them. Other stores give you at least 30 days. How long does ItalianDepot give you?
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