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Yeezy authenticity??? I found a good deal help me

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Mgkfanboy43, May 10, 2017.

  1. Mgkfanboy43

    Mgkfanboy43 Junior Member

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    Is anyone here an expert on yeezy said? They are so easily counterfeit that it's tough buying them?

    I found a good pair they are really cheap like $450 brand new.

    The guy selling has 29 feedback he has been a member for 3 years and has never sold a pair before. Since he never sold a pair before that indicates he probably isn't out to scam most scammers are selling a tons of yeezy so.

    I'm going to share the pics of them here
     

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    HoNeYBiRD Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    1. Chances are that it's fake. If someone is selling $1500 item for $450 brand new, it's not because he's stupid.

    2. Reselling this sort of stuff has high probability of getting you banned. If the buyer claims they're fake, you're going to be screwed even if the shoes are authentic because "I bought it off some guy off the internet" isn't going to be proof that they're real.
     
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    450? Lol. Dude they're fake. That's how much the 'real' ones are being sold for on ebay.
     
  5. Mgkfanboy43

    Mgkfanboy43 Junior Member

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    Thats what i figured. I just figured that the dude has never sold a pair and it didnt look like a typical scammer. On top of haivng an old account why risk destroying your account.
     
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    Ebay are not really counterfeiting experts so sellers can actually get away with more than you might think when it comes to selling counterfeit goods. Back in the day Paypal used to have buyers sign an affidavit attesting they would destroy goods that failed a third party authentication test. After awhile some genuine items got destroyed, and honest sellers were out the $ from their sales. Paypal changed their policies then, at least in high end shoes and accessories they don't really get involved anymore. They will even ask the buyers to ship back goods that failed authentication tests, at their own expense, and internationally (which is vaguely illegal).

    One SNAD isn't going to destroy his account, but maybe the seller doesn't know they're fake. Even if they are, somebody who buys shoes for $1k less than the going rate and can't tell the different based on the pics might not complain when they get them. It's not like this is an item objectively worth $1.5k so it's all down to perception. There's also a market for UA yeezys, plenty of people are happy to wear a convincing replica pair and keep the extra $ in their pocket.
     
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    Good luck to your business dude!