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post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 
Can anyone tell if these are authentic? This guy is selling a handful of fake diesel zaf 796 and has what appears to be stock photos of several of the same TR Billy in multiple sizes, but these are the only TR cords he's listed in the 3 days I've follwed the auction and they've been hemmed.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MEWA%3AIT&rd=1
post #2 of 8
yeah i would say those are real pics, but i would be weary of that seller like you said because he is selling some fake jeans...although i dont think ive seen fake cords yet
post #3 of 8
IMO, I wouldn't buy from ANYONE who sells at least one pair of fake jeans. Because you never know, he could be just using pictures of authentic jeans and sending you the fake. Also his feedback isn't that high anyway.
post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 
Yeah I'm fairly apprehensive to this seller.

He didn't guarantee authenticity or specify his terms of returns and refunds either.

Is there a way I could get him to guarantee money back authenticity so that if they are indeed not authentic or not as described, a paypal dispute (if it comes to that) will hold some water?
post #5 of 8
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Originally Posted by Zunic
Yeah I'm fairly apprehensive to this seller.

He didn't guarantee authenticity or specify his terms of returns and refunds either.

Is there a way I could get him to guarantee money back authenticity so that if they are indeed not authentic or not as described, a paypal dispute (if it comes to that) will hold some water?
Paypal wont give a damn about any agreement you made. They will want a letter from True Religion/True Religion flagship store claiming they arent auithentic. Also, the scammers usually force you to absorb the cost of shipping the jeans back as well as not refunding your original shipping cost. Some are even claiming that half of the listed price was a " handling fee" and therefore not refundable. I would just stay away.

I see the TR cords always going fo a really good price. You should be able to find this deal with a more reputable seller.
post #6 of 8
Don't risk it. He might be using stolen pictures.
post #7 of 8
Yeah. I would not go for it. No matter how good the deal is. Cords are pretty cheap now. But I dont think I have seen fake cords either. It looks like he has recently changed his username as well. Kinda shady, stay away.
post #8 of 8
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I asked him for a couple of very specific detail pictures so I can further authenticate them and determine whether or not he stole the pictures and his response was...

"ok...its 100% authentic purchased at nordstrom..its for me but never worn..brand new........thanks"


Yeah, I think I'll just hold out until I come across another pair of joey big t in brown or black. Hopefully if I'm persistent enough it won't be too long of a wait.
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