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Your suggestions? about selling an unbranded jersey replica

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by jumbo1, Aug 29, 2014.

  1. jumbo1

    jumbo1 Junior Member

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    Hi All,

    In my previous thread, I explained how Adidas caught me selling replicas of their soccer jerseys, although they didn't bear any Adidas brand logo.

    Now I'm stuck with a large quantity of similar jerseys, and I don't know what to do with them. I have 3 choices:

    1- sell them to someone else (doesn't seem to be working)
    2- sell them somewhere else than eBay
    3- burn them to ashes

    What do you suggest I can do in this case? Where else can I sell them?

    Here's my previous thread if you need to know the details:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/ebay/698356-i-just-got-caught-selling-replica-shirts.html
     
  2. coreypett

    coreypett Newbie

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    I say you give it another try. Make sure your listing does not have any brand name keyword in it. Sell them below the radar.

    Beats me though. If you were going to sell Adidas replica jerseys, you should have bought some quality ones and sell them as the real thing, that way, VERO has no god damn clue if they are real or not, unless those bitches bought it themselves and sniffed the fabric. lol
     
  3. D4RK KNIGHT

    D4RK KNIGHT Regular Member

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    You could try selling the jerseys on Craigslist if you're not successful selling them on eBay anymore.

    Also I would donate your jerseys to Planet Aid or The Salvation Army before I would ever burn them to ashes because that way you are being charitable by giving to the dirt poor and homeless. You could then write the donation off as a tax deduction.
     
  4. WheresBilly

    WheresBilly Newbie

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    i think you should take the second choice to sell them.burn them to ashes is so wasty,remember i bought a jerseys from Aliexpress and i was very angry with the quality,i can't believe the similar quality (the cutton and patch was looseed )to other shop but a high price,so i throw the jerseys to the dustbin directly,i can't understand why some seller cheat the customers
     
  5. wakepp

    wakepp Newbie

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    Aliexpress ??? It is not a good place to buy nice quality jersey....