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ATTN: eBay users help stop fraud!!!

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I know im not a long term respected member etc but i have purchased off both yvgeny and bluejean before and both are %1000000 legit. I assume they both sell cheap because they buy from outlets.

http://www.superfuture.com/supertalk/showthread.php?p=767724#post767724

sale thread with link to his eBay account: teenagedaughter69. no yvgeny or bluejean purchases.

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Jesus christ, its like pulling teeth. Admit you're wrong and stop carrying this on.

http://www.bicestervillage.com/Bicester/village/default.asp?brands=1223%26vId%3D1

http://www.premiumoutlets.com/brands/brands_3rd_level.asp?id=109

If you care to venture over to fuk.co.uk you will see people do regular visits to bicester and get jeans, tee's, shoes and pretty much anything for about %40 off retail price sometimes more.

On the subject of the jeans im in the process of getting a picture jus for you.

i did admit i was wrong, and i know it's listed under women's, but before yvgeny came here to defend himself, i had only checked under men's. you just didn't bother to read the whole thread:

i had went to the website and had not seen Dior / Dior Homme listed under mens brands, but now that i check under women's and accessories, it says it has "Ready-to-wear style, accessories and leather goods for men and women."

also, thank you for providing that second link and the info about the constant ~40% off. i am not carrying this on; i don't bump this thread, and when people have concerns, if somebody else doesn't address it, i will try to.

and try to get a lookbook scan for the slit pockets; otherwise it's just your word against mine. (although it doesn't really matter, as i haven't seen another one of those around, and i was originally only tempted to bid due to a low price)

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"Raf Simons high top"

"RETAIL PRICE: over $3000.00" lol

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y209/christineus2000/3-1.jpg?t=1202791071

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y209/christineus2000/2-4.jpg?t=1202791049

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y209/christineus2000/1-4.jpg?t=1202791034

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(looks just like the fakes/replicas off of...yesstyle? or was it zipia?)

kyungsun2007 -> firstlinefashon -> firstlinefashion

http://myworld.ebay.com/firstlinefashion/

also sells D&G, more RAF, CNC, CDG, etc.

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tsk tsk. he probably got tempted because he could get:

$10 back with a new eBay MasterCard

$10 back with a new eBay MasterCard

$10 back with a new eBay MasterCard

he just could not say no to such a great deal =/

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the store is closed now, but if you search namoo or namoo plus or namoo cloth or some shit you will find his fake stuff. he fakes some nice items, but not for cheap though lol

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this asian guy in the USA sells fake dior homme shit for ~$80-$200 that asians eBay sellers sell for like $40-$100

first, he was miss_sunshine4532 and then got a negative regarding authenticity and abandoned account.

then, he was vetements_bistro to restart selling fake shit, but got a negative regarding authencity again.

now, he's montecarlo7896, "new to eBay, verified with PayPal..." same asian guy using the same poses with the same belt at the same background. some clear faults:

- size 28 on button-up shirts

- size 44 on long sleeve shirt (which happens to be made in turkey and italy at the same time)

i don't think you would fall for it, but just in case he gets better fakes, take a look at his listing so you can recognize the next instance of it.

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i was thinking that the following eBay seller just lurks this forum, but now i'm inclined to think he simply makes more accounts due to getting banned / found out like the user(s) in my last post.

diornograph (what a name, lol)

http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZdiornograph

unless i'm mistaken, this user is the new incarnation of bluwaye / glamouroid / strip04cd / immi2003jp. the only thing that looks different is a different watermark (as usual) and a different layout. i'm suprised there is a new photobucket account, as i remember a bluwaye listing having a glamouroid watermark for the uploaded thumbnail lol.

the rest seems the same though:

- "custom" tailored items (usually jackets) sold alongside some questionable dior item as to appear in the search results

- same pictures with same font capital letter centered watermark

- same word for word listing details

- same extremely high shipping rates

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you know what are the best parts? the listing details:

1) "The briefs feature DIOR HOMME signature bee embroidered logo. Elegant uniqle symbol makes the classic briefs outstanding."

2) Condition: New

Product Type: Briefs

Gender: Men's

Main Color: Black

Material: Solid Brass

3) [highlight]** NOTE: user is supposedly registered in Japan, item location Naka-ku, Nagoya, Japan **[/highlight]

"The blouson was purchased from JAPAN. Paid over 500 USD with extra proxy service fee and handling fees."

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well hes not selling the jackets as dior he just misleading people with his dior underwear idea. i mean it says "dior briefs" not "dior jackets" if your that stupid and can't tell the difference btwn briefs and a jacket you deserved to get ripped off.

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well i put it here because i'm pretty sure the underwear is the same fakes that i've seen on eBay for like $25 - $40, and under his other accounts, i've seen what i'm felt were fake dior items (sweater, denim).

also, i feel that's it's scam because he calls it custom made when it's the exact same replicas that are on eBay for considerably less (this guy's auctions usually end real high). all this guy does is remove the labels

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wholesale_lot

http://myworld.ebay.com/wholesale_lot/

sells fake junk. also looks like that missunshine character, what with the same angle tall+skinny hands-in-pocket posing.

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Guest alex+dior=love

Ebay f***** doesn't care about people ,it it big mashin to make money the rest is not important for them.The only way to fight with fakers is to bid for item and disapear after.The fake seller will never ever contac eBay :D

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http://myworld.ebay.com/seeverandassociatesus/

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this seller has this Dior Homme item that i am pretty sure is fake. you can click this listing to see it. the main (and really only) red flag for me is that the suit has a 50 R tag; i am pretty sure they never have S/R/L (short, regular, long) for Dior Homme suits.

also, looking through my collection of runway photos, i did not see a jacket like this on S/S ’05 (notched lapel, two-button, single-breasted). he covers this by saying, “You will never find this suit in retail since this was ordered specifically and is couture made.” …i don’t believe it, do you?

from his previous listings, i get mixed messages regarding authenticity. for one, he sold this wristband/bag thing from Strip (which he calls the Blade Runner collection) which i--for some reason--doubt people would pay any mind to counterfeit.

but at the same time, he sold this shirt size 42 (on a scale of 37 XS to 42 L / 43 XL?) which measures just 19” pit to pit, which should be about a size 38.

i would definitely not bid on the suit jacket (first listing i posted), but that isn’t to say all of his stuff for sale is fake. i don’t know if he consciously sells off fake stuff that he got ripped on, or if he actually thinks it’s authentic, or whatever. i honestly can’t make a conclusion from his other Dior Homme items that are currently for sale due to lack of detailed/clear pictures, but perhaps someone well-versed in the brands of the other clothing he’s selling can help with this

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WELCOME BACK Namoo Plus/cloth/etc.

http://myworld.ebay.com/sato.clothes/

those guys who brought you yesstyle-esque rips and/or designer fakes coupled with spelling errors, odd pictures and weird store categories are back, and better than ever. fakes include Julius, DBSS, RO, etc. etc.

nowai.jpg

NOTE: these are actually images from listings, save the owl of course.

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I have bought jeans from DH NYC (HH06) like these with all black stitching...

Then again, I also have a DH store bought jacket with "paris" upside down in collar label.

I know this is all of little help but shows that there are deviations, even with genuine pieces.

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it's stated as a "replica", doesn't say it's an actual dior homme shirt. correct me if i'm wrong, but i think eBay now allows keyword spamming as long as you justify how it's similar to the actual designer item or something

this item is just like diorhomme*1's items

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i haven't heard about the new ebay keyword spamming rules so not really sure, but just the fact that one of the larger, more reputable/legit dior homme resellers on ebay would list a fake and try and pawn it off with the title: "NEW DIOR HOMME RED "BLOOD WOUND" WHITE SHIRT sz 39" and then in fine print at the bottom mention that it's not actually a dior homme shirt is clearly misleading and totally shady. :cool:

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i haven't heard about the new ebay keyword spamming rules so not really sure, but just the fact that one of the larger, more reputable/legit dior homme resellers on ebay would list a fake and try and pawn it off with the title: "NEW DIOR HOMME RED "BLOOD WOUND" WHITE SHIRT sz 39" and then in fine print at the bottom mention that it's not actually a dior homme shirt is clearly misleading and totally shady. :cool:

yeah, i know. he shouldn't have made the listing with the name in it because people would see it anyway through "view seller's other items"

Anyone know if this is fake. I have been looking to get another Dior homme suit but I am guessing this a fake http://cgi.ebay.com/DIOR-HOMME-STRIP-S-S-2004-PROTOTYPE-3-BUTTON-SUIT-sz-50_W0QQitemZ110274634829QQihZ001QQcategoryZ3001QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

i think that's superfuture user advancedart's item. someone on the msn dior group told him the tag is different because its what sales associate's wear. that's all i know

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yeah, i know. he shouldn't have made the listing with the name in it because people would see it anyway through "view seller's other items"

i think that's superfuture user advancedart's item. someone on the msn dior group told him the tag is different because its what sales associate's wear. that's all i know

Ironman is right this is my jacket. I had to use the account of my brother as ebay has now limited the amount of items you can sell under the title "dior homme" and I need to wait 30 more days.. stupid.

Anyways it has exactly the same wash instruction tags as my Prototype reflection jacket which I sold for around 1600.. And it was surely not fake! I also have a luster coat and a luster jacket with the same tag.. I was told the tag was different till 2004. Either it had to do with another production facility or the tag indicates a made to measure item. (as mentioned on dior msn too)

Check out my feedback of the ebay account denimlabel.. I never sold fakes

Regards

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be careful when you buy from eBay user excel88lent. of course it's not uncommon that people purchase good finds on eBay and flip them for a profit. the only thing is that one's bid should be influenced by how much the seller paid

he paid a total of $98 USD for a padded Lanvin blazer, but says he made a deal with the seller to end it early. he won 4 items from that seller, and you can tell from the listing end times that they were not ended early

anyway, that's not the issue with this seller. the problem is that he bought a Lanvin item for cheap, is unsure of its authenticity because there are no tags inside, and decided to sew on a Lanvin tag from another item. he refuses to admit that he has done so

Lanvin outerwear typically has a large box logo (reads "Lanvin" or "Lanvin Paris" on pre-ss08) on the torso lining. he has sewn a small tag (probably from a cardigan or tee) onto the lining at the neck. evidence:

original auction image click me

his auction image click me

you can clearly see that there is suddenly a tag at the neck

original auction link won @ $78 + $20: http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250538559718

new auction link: http://cgi.ebay.com/Exclusive-LANVIN-Jacket-by-Lucas-Ossendrijver-NEW_W0QQitemZ320476922547QQcmdZViewItem

don't be fooled by some of his other items either. he claims they are Lanvin designed by Lucas Ossendrijver, but he is doing what other eBay members do: put current Lanvin hang tags on vintage Lanvin items

1. his Lanvin loafers here are vintage, but you could probably tell by the style. the insole imprint should only read "Lanvin", not "Lanvin Paris"

2. his Lanvin suit is also vintage; you can tell by the old-school care label

remember to be careful on eBay. for the most part you can match the item to a runway look from the collection, so keep that in mind. but people do lots of things to try and bank on Lanvin's name, such as: putting new/current hang tags on old items, sewing on current Lanvin logo tags on old items, giving current light blue shoe boxes on vintage shoes, etc.

as per this item's authenticity, i can't tell for sure. i would wager it is authentic, but do not like dealing with dishonest sellers

+ button loop on lapel matches FW07 item style

+ the curved cut on the waist is typical of Lanvin

+ padded blazer is typical style of Lanvin

+ the other items he bought from the same seller appear authentic

- zero tags inside

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