Originally Posted by Latch35
10 negative feedbacks against 868 positive. Maybe explained by the "packaging":
"For women, a white pillow box with a gold seal and for men, a black pillow box with a gold seal."
An interesting techique.........
Yes, and good points, everyone. The statements on her listings sound really fishy and deliberately vague.
For instance, saying that she gets stuff from testers and re-packages it. Doing packaging would take a fair bit of extra effort, not to mention overhead for her own packaging. So she's buying her own packaging, emptying testers into it, and then charging $12 for 3.4 oz.? Yeah, right.
Something has to be wrong. Most likely the juice is fake, and she's counting on the super-gullible to buy the stuff and believe that it's real. I have made a bunch of complaints to Ebay about these vendors that are clearly implying that knockoffs are real, but these vendors continue with impunity. I think Ebay is big enough that only the most serious complaints filter through.
These types of vendors end up hiding their feedback, or starting anew with a different ID. Same deal with anyone who is selling DVD's and won't show feedback - they're burned copies.
I have no beef with vendors who say their stuff is a good imitation of something. It may or may not be, but at least they're honest about it being an imitation. One English vendor put all kinds of disclaimers on his site, things like 'this is similar to blah-blah, but is not actually that item...', and he said that he was legally required to do so. I wonder if the UK Ebay has stricter policies or better oversight, or if that fellow simply followed the rules that others ignore deliberately.