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    I have it lined up to start selling on ebay soon. Im tired of people trying to get rich.... the guy on ebay is now $69.95 on a $15.00 bottle of cologne..... If its quality when I get what I ordered the other day I will then order a large order..... so just telling everyone keep ur eyes on ebay for lowest prices around.
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    It was $48 when I checked yesterday. $69 today. I'd like to hear honest thoughts from reputable basenoters.
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    Wow! That guy's really hiked the price on it! Although I'd say it is still worth it (since the cost/ml is still considerably cheaper than the cost/ml of the real one), considering the fact that the real price of CDNIM is a fourth of the price he's selling at is a little bothersome to me.

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    Great idea !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalkerboy View Post
    Wow! That guy's really hiked the price on it! .
    He probably has a lot of mouths to feed. Shilling ain't easy....
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    It's going up in price because of all the new Armaf accounts on this forum. Hype = increased value due to demand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmellyFinger View Post
    He probably has a lot of mouths to feed. Shilling ain't easy....
    It is when you do it in a community that just wants to argue for the sake of arguing, instead of paying attention to what's going on right under their noses.

    Kudos to you for pointing it out constantly. I never thought it would be purposeful for someone to take time to do it, let alone even happen here, until I saw what I saw.

    We may not agree on a lot, but we certainly do in regards to this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoXerxes View Post
    It's going up in price because of all the new Armaf accounts on this forum. Hype = increased value due to demand.
    I used to think people on this forum were professional, intelligent, and wise to the ways of the world. I am actually starting to re-think that POV. Some (but not all) seem to have all the common sense of a 3 card monte victim. I mean, seriously guys. How many times are you going to fall for the same scam? Oh well...Good luck!

    Quote Originally Posted by sdotlow View Post
    It is when you do it in a community that just wants to argue for the sake of arguing, instead of paying attention to what's going on right under their noses. Kudos to you for pointing it out constantly. I never thought it would be purposeful for someone to take time to do it, let alone even happen here, until I saw what I saw. We may not agree on a lot, but we certainly do in regards to this!
    Yes. But i am about done. There comes a point where some people just want to touch the stove and get burned. If its not being scammed by shills, its trying to save $40 to buy a fake on ebay, or Craigs list, or the want ads, or some guy in the alley. It makes no financial sense. They don't want to spend the money on the real deal or a split, but they'll blow $30-$60 on 4 or 5 clones that will end up in their Mom's garage in a couple months.
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    Honestly guys the shill aspect is pretty much played out here. Let it rest. One member argues about shilling when another has a huge banner Advertising Aventus splits. While another member beats a dead horse about the supposed superior quality of Creed, Roja Dova, Xerjoff and goes out of his way to do so. If these guys want to talk about a particular house they should be able to. It seems like a few members are taking it a bit too far. Remember guys that these are new members .
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    Quote Originally Posted by silentrich View Post
    Honestly guys the shill aspect is pretty much played out here. Let it rest. One member argues about shilling when another has a huge banner Advertising Aventus splits. While another member beats a dead horse about the supposed superior quality of Creed, Roja Dova, Xerjoff and goes out of his way to do so. If these guys want to talk about a particular house they should be able. Let the rules of the forum do their job.
    You are right. I am done. My kiosk buddy is going to give me sample to test out and I will share my impressions and let this die. Its not my site and the powers that be can do whatever they want. Its not my money and people can look out for themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silentrich View Post
    Honestly guys the shill aspect is pretty much played out here. Let it rest. One member argues about shilling when another has a huge banner Advertising Aventus splits. While another member beats a dead horse about the supposed superior quality of Creed, Roja Dova, Xerjoff and goes out of his way to do so. If these guys want to talk about a particular house they should be able to. It seems like a few members are taking it a bit too far. Remember guys that these are new members .
    Shilling on the forum (as in, creating an account for marketing purposes) is not equivalent to offering splits or offering opinions. For instance, Remik has helpfully sent me private messages offering splits on a fragrance I was interested in purchasing. I took him up on the offer. Does that mean he is a shill? Nope, just a splitter. Does commenting on the quality of fragrances make one a shill? No. For example, Chanel1 (obviously) enjoys his Chanel fragrances. Does that make him a shill? Not at all.

    There is an obvious difference between shilling and expressing an opinion. One is legitimate, the other is part of a marketing campaign.

    This is particularly relevant when it comes to Armaf and sales venues that sell Armaf. When you see multiple new forum members with accounts that only and explicitly praise Armaf to high heaven, and take it personally when others express differing opinions, you can bet that someone somewhere is making a profit. I am not calling anyone out by name. I'll leave that to the moderators. I would only urge caution in patronizing this brand, as in this instance, caution seems warranted.

    The OP presents some useful information for those who are interested in finding this brand at a lower price. But I will not be making use of it.

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    I seen where they are saying two different batches. one from france and uae? well according to their website not so..

    Sterling Parfums was created in 1998 to provide a diverse range of perfumes aligned to market and client needs. Since its inception, Sterling Parfums has built an enviable reputation as one of the largest and leading perfume companies in the Middle East supplying its products globally. Operating from its high-tech premises in Dubai Investment Park, Sterling Parfums has become the regions specialist in contract manufacturing and own branded products across the beauty and personal care industry. Its manufacturing base in Dubai Investment Park boasts 500,000 square feet and utilizes the latest innovative techniques to ensure that high standards of quality are continuously achieved. The manufacturing site has an annual production capacity of approximately 120 million pieces across the beauty and personal care ranging from perfumes, deodorants, aerosols and beauty products. All products are GMP/AE/2010 and ISO 9001 accredited - See more at: http://www.sterlingparfums.com/en/ar....ndumD0Ia.dpuf
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    Rich,

    You are a good dude and I'll take your advice as it pertains to me. But, I do not think you are being fair to SD and Neo. I am not an Aventus fan boy and I have had my “disagreements” with them in the past. But they provide a good source of information for people to share about Aventus batch variations. And they help drive traffic to this site and can provide a balance to some of the BS Creed puts out. (Sorry Creed fans!)

    Neo shares his knowledge and experience with various batches. SD offers splits and I do not see him profiteering, exploiting, or cheating the community. Quite the opposite. As far as I can tell he probably loses money and time doing his splits (or breakeven at best). But, it gives him the opportunity to sample numerous batches of his favorite fragrance, provide his perspective to others, and pass significant savings along to those who are interested in Aventus. it’s a win win for everyone. And is probably the first option many people who are new to Aventus should look into before navigating the shark infested waters of ebay.
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    loses money? tell me what he charges you guys and I will tell you if he is making money.....
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmellyFinger View Post
    Rich,

    You are a good dude and I'll take your advice as it pertains to me. But, I do not think you are being fair to SD and Neo. I am not an Aventus fan boy and I have had my “disagreements” with them in the past. But they provide a good source of information for people to share about Aventus batch variations. And they help drive traffic to this site and can provide a balance to some of the BS Creed puts out. (Sorry Creed fans!)

    Neo shares his knowledge and experience with various batches. SD offers splits and I do not see him profiteering, exploiting, or cheating the community. Quite the opposite. As far as I can tell he probably loses money and time doing his splits (or breakeven at best). But, it gives him the opportunity to sample numerous batches of his favorite fragrance, provide his perspective to others, and pass significant savings along to those who are interested in Aventus. it’s a win win for everyone.
    Thank you for that SmellyFinger, your post is much appreciated. We don't agree on everything, but we can get along just fine. It's important to value and respect the opinions of others. And when disagreements occur, we should always discuss points politely. This is what makes Basenotes a great place to discuss fragrances. It would be terribly boring if we all had exactly the same taste.

    As for sdotlow, his prices are great, he is an honest splitter, and he always informs his customers about the batch they will be receiving (which is important to many). I don't see why it would matter if he makes a profit (I hope he does make a profit! - it might incentivize more splits), but I've done business with him before, and will do more in the future. I'm really not sure why he is being compared to shills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoXerxes View Post
    Shilling on the forum (as in, creating an account for marketing purposes) is not equivalent to offering splits or offering opinions. For instance, Remik has helpfully sent me private messages offering splits on a fragrance I was interested in purchasing. I took him up on the offer. Does that mean he is a shill? Nope, just a splitter. Does commenting on the quality of fragrances make one a shill? No. For example, Chanel1 (obviously) enjoys his Chanel fragrances. Does that make him a shill? Not at all.

    There is an obvious difference between shilling and expressing an opinion. One is legitimate, the other is part of a marketing campaign.

    This is particularly relevant when it comes to Armaf and sales venues that sell Armaf. When you see multiple new forum members with accounts that only and explicitly praise Armaf to high heaven, and take it personally when others express differing opinions, you can bet that someone somewhere is making a profit. I am not calling anyone out by name. I'll leave that to the moderators. I would only urge caution in patronizing this brand, as in this instance, caution seems warranted.

    The OP presents some useful information for those who are interested in finding this brand at a lower price. But I will not be making use of it.
    If you can't understand what I'm trying to say here then I've honestly got nothing for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentrich View Post
    If you can't understand what I'm trying to say here then I've honestly got nothing for you.
    Wow, no need to be rude. If I'm not understanding your point, it would be helpful if you'd explain it to me. Politely, if at all possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoXerxes View Post
    Wow, no need to be rude. If I'm not understanding your point, it would be helpful if you'd explain it to me. Politely, if at all possible.
    Beat the dead horse with someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmellyFinger View Post
    Rich,

    You are a good dude and I'll take your advice as it pertains to me. But, I do not think you are being fair to SD and Neo. I am not an Aventus fan boy and I have had my “disagreements” with them in the past. But they provide a good source of information for people to share about Aventus batch variations. And they help drive traffic to this site and can provide a balance to some of the BS Creed puts out. (Sorry Creed fans!)

    Neo shares his knowledge and experience with various batches. SD offers splits and I do not see him profiteering, exploiting, or cheating the community. Quite the opposite. As far as I can tell he probably loses money and time doing his splits (or breakeven at best). But, it gives him the opportunity to sample numerous batches of his favorite fragrance, provide his perspective to others, and pass significant savings along to those who are interested in Aventus. it’s a win win for everyone. And is probably the first option many people who are new to Aventus should look into before navigating the shark infested waters of ebay.
    I enjoy reading posts from you and SD. His splits are very reasonably priced and I'm glad he decides to take the time and effort. I just think after awhile it becomes a bit too much with criticizing a particular brand. Besides if there's real shilling going on, I'd rather be able to know who they are...hint...hint...Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentrich View Post
    Honestly guys the shill aspect is pretty much played out here. Let it rest. One member argues about shilling when another has a huge banner Advertising Aventus splits. While another member beats a dead horse about the supposed superior quality of Creed, Roja Dova, Xerjoff and goes out of his way to do so. If these guys want to talk about a particular house they should be able to. It seems like a few members are taking it a bit too far. Remember guys that these are new members .
    A huge banner advertising Aventus splits? It's my signature - and I took the idea from the other splitters (Remik / Palmbeach, etc.). It's the entire reason I knew what splitting was when I first started here, I saw Remik's signature in a post. That's how a lot of people find their way to the split forums.

    Quote Originally Posted by davidmichael42 View Post
    loses money? tell me what he charges you guys and I will tell you if he is making money.....
    There's a link in my signature. Please tell me the treasure troves I'm stockpiling from splitting.

    Quote Originally Posted by silentrich View Post
    If you can't understand what I'm trying to say here then I've honestly got nothing for you.
    Well you just compared people creating faux threads to push their products on multiple accounts with a splitter putting his split thread on his signature. I'm not sure you understand what you're trying to say.

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    This thread is starting to get ridiculous... We should concentrate on more important stuff rather than if someone is making some profit or not, if you don't like it you just don't buy their product. Just my opinion ... As for the sdotlow, from my experiences he is a great splitter, very accurate, fast, and reliable, what more can you ask for, also at an affordable prices too. We all know that Creed's, as the other stuff could be had for much cheaper overseas, but sometimes the waiting game can be frustrating, so to avoid the headache and large bottles we look for splits. In my opinion i don't see any wrong doing unless someone is excessively pushing their product out while putting down everything else that they don't carry... My 2 cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdotlow View Post
    A huge banner advertising Aventus splits? It's my signature - and I took the idea from the other splitters (Remik / Palmbeach, etc.). It's the entire reason I knew what splitting was when I first started here, I saw Remik's signature in a post. That's how a lot of people find their way to the split forums.



    There's a link in my signature. Please tell me the treasure troves I'm stockpiling from splitting.



    Well you just compared people creating faux threads to push their products on multiple accounts with a splitter putting his split thread on his signature. I'm not sure you understand what you're trying to say.
    I'm simply stating that members (especially new ones) shouldn't be treated like morons or that they're self promoting with some ulterior motive in mind. I never said I had a problem with people advertising splits or anything of that nature. Is your signature freaking huge? Yeah it is. Lol.. Seems to me a bit like the pot calling the kettle black. Personally, I wouldn't go near these threads if I was a splitter. That's just me though.

    I have it lined up to start selling on ebay soon. Im tired of people trying to get rich.... the guy on ebay is now $69.95 on a $15.00 bottle of cologne..... If its quality when I get what I ordered the other day I will then order a large order..... so just telling everyone keep ur eyes on ebay for lowest prices around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silentrich View Post
    I'm simply stating that members (especially new ones) shouldn't be treated like morons or that they're self promoting with some ulterior motive in mind. I never said I had a problem with people advertising splits or anything of that nature. Is your signature freaking huge? Yeah it is. Lol.. Seems to me a bit like the pot calling the kettle black. Personally, I wouldn't go near these threads if I was a splitter. That's just me though.

    I have it lined up to start selling on ebay soon. Im tired of people trying to get rich.... the guy on ebay is now $69.95 on a $15.00 bottle of cologne..... If its quality when I get what I ordered the other day I will then order a large order..... so just telling everyone keep ur eyes on ebay for lowest prices around.
    If you do, I would definitely buy my bottles from you, the gouging going on with ebay is getting out of control. It's a great fragrance, I'd gladly pay $40 or $50 bucks for, but at $70 bucks, I'd rather just buy more Aventus. Pm me the link to your ebay store and I'll check it out.
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    If you do, I would definitely buy my bottles from you, the gouging going on with ebay is getting out of control. It's a great fragrance, I'd gladly pay $40 or $50 bucks for, but at $70 bucks, I'd rather just buy more Aventus. Pm me the link to your ebay store and I'll check it out.

    Quote Originally Posted by davidmichael42 View Post
    I have it lined up to start selling on ebay soon. Im tired of people trying to get rich.... the guy on ebay is now $69.95 on a $15.00 bottle of cologne..... If its quality when I get what I ordered the other day I will then order a large order..... so just telling everyone keep ur eyes on ebay for lowest prices around.
    Currently wearing: Aventus by Creed

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentrich View Post
    I'm simply stating that members (especially new ones) shouldn't be treated like morons or that they're self promoting with some ulterior motive in mind. I never said I had a problem with people advertising splits or anything of that nature. Is your signature freaking huge? Yeah it is. Lol.. Seems to me a bit like the pot calling the kettle black. Personally, I wouldn't go near these threads if I was a splitter. That's just me though.

    I have it lined up to start selling on ebay soon. Im tired of people trying to get rich.... the guy on ebay is now $69.95 on a $15.00 bottle of cologne..... If its quality when I get what I ordered the other day I will then order a large order..... so just telling everyone keep ur eyes on ebay for lowest prices around.
    Why wouldn't I go near these threads because I'm a splitter? I'm not following.

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    Just purchased another one of these Armaf fragrances online for around $34 shipped. Was curious about their EdP offerings and they had one called Evoke that looks interesting.

    Top Note:Bergamot, Grapefruit, Orange, Black Pepper
    Middle Note:Cypress, Rose, Sage, Saffron
    Base Note: Amber, Olibanum, Vetiver

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentrich View Post
    Just purchased another one of these Armaf fragrances online for around $34 shipped. Was curious about their EdP offerings and they had one called Evoke that looks interesting.

    Top Note:Bergamot, Grapefruit, Orange, Black Pepper
    Middle Note:Cypress, Rose, Sage, Saffron
    Base Note: Amber, Olibanum, Vetiver
    I purchased one of their edp's too!

    Surf by Armaf EdP

    Top notes: Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lemon
    Middle: Aquatic notes, Lavender, Sage, Green accords
    Base: Guaiacwood, Oakmoss, Patchouli

    I tried searching for other fragrances that share these same notes and I couldn't find an exact match, so I don't believe this one to be a clone. I will let BN know the results when it gets here.
    Currently wearing: Aventus by Creed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwest_35 View Post
    I purchased one of their edp's too!

    Surf by Armaf EdP

    Top notes: Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lemon
    Middle: Aquatic notes, Lavender, Sage, Green accords
    Base: Guaiacwood, Oakmoss, Patchouli

    I tried searching for other fragrances that share these same notes and I couldn't find an exact match, so I don't believe this one to be a clone. I will let BN know the results when it gets here.
    Like the basenotes of that one also. I'm thinking Evoke is going to be along the lines of Armani Mania and AdG Essenza.

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    Paraty Men looks promising.....

    Paraty Men by Armaf is a Oriental Woody fragrance for men. Top notes are black pepper, passionfruit, lemon and mint; middle notes are cinnamon, cloves and ginger; base notes are leather, amber, spicy notes and woody notes.
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