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Thread Starter 
/\ haha, bizzy, i thought that was going to say irissing...

oh, never mind.
post #78 of 119
Back in September 2005, I bought a pair of TR jeans from www.eCost.com, Joey Light Vintage for about $108 or something like that, they were perfect, authentic (I have pics of them/tags, etc. sold on eBay awhile back). I've seen enough fake TR and own quite a few pairs of authentic TR to know the difference. Anyway, I recently bought a pair of Seven for All Mankind jeans from them about 2 weeks ago, and they are FAKE (rigid pink A pocket). I have contacted the company and they are supposed to contact me within 5-7 business days (it's already been 4 business days) with an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization #). Please avoid this website.
post #79 of 119
Okay , as a victim, before I bought my first real pair from Lisa

I bought from www.hollywoodstylewholesalers.com
they are stolen pics, but there are some pics of actual product now
post #80 of 119

I'm not sure

Hi guys:

Just spotted this site, and I'm not quite sure if its legit or not. I'm just suspicious of any site with Rock and Republic on sale!

http://www.likethatstyle.com

What do you think

Ronaldo
post #81 of 119
the site:
http://www.hollywoodstyle.citymax.com/

the story:
The prices seem too good to be true. Some of the products look exactly like stuff from tong-kong.com, which makes me wonder about the authenticity of their products. The pictures being crappy does not help either.

The first time I ordered from them, they NEVER sent me my jeans. They don't answer all your emails and never answer calls or return voicemails. When I asked for a refund, the lady (Cher Chaput) sent me a personal check, but for an amount $7 less than what I paid her. I emailed her about the $7, she emailed back saying it was "a mistake" and told me she has put another check in the mail for $7. This was a bout 3 weeks ago and I am still waiting for that (most likely) nonexistent check. I could live w/out the $7, but it just makes me mad.

Oh, and of the ten gazillion times I asked why the order never went through, they NEVER respond. Even after the partial refund, when I was asking simply out of curiousity, never a response. Gotta love sketchy websites!
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post #83 of 119
Thread Starter 
Wow, awesome homepage!

Thanks, that one made me laugh out loud.
post #84 of 119
Hahah yeah the one pair of fake jeans I bought on ebay a long time ago, the people who sold me them told me that was their supplier and what did I think and would I want to buy from them also to start an ebay selling business.

My reply was something like "No on all counts thankyouverymuch."

I forgot about them until today when I reread a post Ben bumped up from the galenabound days.
post #85 of 119
Thread Starter 
oh, haha, because your link wrapped, i actually went to this page before:

http://gr8deelz.en.ec21.com/GC006288...8816/Wholesale

even blander, no?
post #86 of 119
taken directly from 7forallmankind.com:
"If you would like to submit information on a suspected seller of counterfeit 7 For All Mankind products, please click here to download our counterfeit reporting document. Completed documents can be faxed to 7 For All Mankind at 212-786-7623 or can be emailed to counterfeits@7forallmankind.com..
Thank you for your concern regarding this serious matter."


has anyone ever tried to report these fake sellers? I'll do it...but after finals...
post #87 of 119
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Originally Posted by denim_junkie
Back in September 2005, I bought a pair of TR jeans from www.eCost.com, Joey Light Vintage for about $108 or something like that, they were perfect, authentic (I have pics of them/tags, etc. sold on eBay awhile back). I've seen enough fake TR and own quite a few pairs of authentic TR to know the difference. Anyway, I recently bought a pair of Seven for All Mankind jeans from them about 2 weeks ago, and they are FAKE (rigid pink A pocket). I have contacted the company and they are supposed to contact me within 5-7 business days (it's already been 4 business days) with an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization #). Please avoid this website.
Thank you mixdown. I have every intention of reporting eCost.com. I finally received a RMA and returned the horrible fake jeans (cut #702372--pink A pocket, one of the most faked 7FAM styles/cut #). They received the icky jeans 10 days ago and I haven't gotten any refund/response, etc. and I'm starting to get more than a little pissed. I will report them in a few days...family visiting from out-of-state. I have everything well documented and I took about 20 pictures of the icky fake jeans. Thank goodness for HF/HF members!
post #88 of 119
From the discussion in the drama section - denim411.com - fake Diesel supplier for MWW
post #89 of 119
FAKE

WWW.TRUEDENIM.COM

I have pics to prove it. They are reaally bad fakes, stock/stolen pics
I got a pair as a gift before i knew about stores like this. can anyone help?? p.m me or reply. i want report them but does SFAM even care??
post #90 of 119
post #91 of 119

more fakes

Hi guys,

I've been absent for a while, but just spotted this site

http://www.denimrush.com/

They state: "At our jean company, all our jeans come with a 200% guarantee of authenticity backed by our money back guarantee,"

What BS. They have, just to give you an example, Paige Premium Denim "Melrose" at $98, not such luck. They cost $169 in any legitimate store.

Their pictures are really bad. What do you guys think, real or not?
post #92 of 119
Moved to Rules and Info
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post #94 of 119
I'd be weary of buying anything (not just jeans) from a site with no physical address.
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post #96 of 119
Sorry for jumping in so late, but it looks like www.ontopfashion.com sells fakes ~ I could be wrong, check it out and let me know if you agree.
post #97 of 119
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Originally Posted by thestylechick View Post
Sorry for jumping in so late, but it looks like www.ontopfashion.com sells fakes ~ I could be wrong, check it out and let me know if you agree.
You are correct, madam. ALL FAKE!
post #98 of 119
jeanhotspot.com
denimbutt.com
luleeta.com
likethatstyle.com
instyledenim.com
myjeancompany.com

These are sites owned by the SAME f*cking people; I personally reported them to 7FAM's legal department after I got scammed (by jeanhotspot). I am positive they have many "sister" sites, as the scammer told me on the phone. They know that I am on to them, and so is 7FAM and my credit card company. As I come across more, I 'll post them.

Report them all.
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