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    Default IOffer question...

    So found the site last night as I was perusing for a picture of my black Chanel Bowler bag. I'm in love. So is it fact that even if the seller says the bag is authentic, it isn't? I see that some say "replicas", but there are several that say "authentic" and have only good feedback. Anyone?

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    Default Re: IOffer question...

    Nothing on IOffer is ever authentic... they will say stuff is authentic, but 99.9% of the time they are not real. Sorry!

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    Default Re: IOffer question...

    About 99% of the bags sold on ioffer are not authentic. Don't let the feedback score decieve you. Just because they say they are selling an authentic designer handbag doesn't mean that they are. Unfortunately, there are many sellers out there that sell fakes and are untruthful so they can make money. And also the reason why those prices are way below retail price is because they aren't authentic. Remember that if any seller has items available for way below the price in the stores, then most likely the item isn't real. Anyways, if you're looking for authenitc desginer handbags, etc., I'd saty far away from ioffer. Hope that helped a bit!

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    Default Re: IOffer question...

    Quote Originally Posted by boysRsmelly View Post
    Nothing on IOffer is ever authentic... they will say stuff is authentic, but 99.9% of the time they are not real. Sorry!
    right on boys! we had the same exact thought!!!

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    Default Re: IOffer question...

    Quote Originally Posted by live-love-luxurize View Post
    About 99% of the bags sold on ioffer are not authentic. Don't let the feedback score decieve you. Just because they say they are selling an authentic designer handbag doesn't mean that they are. Unfortunately, there are many sellers out there that sell fakes and are untruthful so they can make money. And also the reason why those prices are way below retail price is because they aren't authentic. Remember that if any seller has items available for way below the price in the stores, then most likely the item isn't real. Anyways, if you're looking for authenitc desginer handbags, etc., I'd saty far away from ioffer. Hope that helped a bit!
    I remember buying a Fendi bag in Chinatown like 10 years ago and it was definitely NOT real. But I don't remember them ever saying they were. So this is new to me because while some on IOffer are saying "replicas", others are saying "authentic" and have perfect feedback. That is too bad.

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    Default Re: IOffer question...

    I agree nothing is authentic there, to good to be true sadly.

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    Default Re: IOffer question...

    I've seen (very rarely) a picture of an authentic bag or two on there. But I would definitely NOT risk buying from there, it is too dangerous. Like boys said, almost all of the merchandise is fake on there.

    I've heard that the sellers sometimes use pictures of real bags on there, and send you a fake one.

    Instead, maybe you can try the boutique, or, if you are looking for a discount, you can try an outlet like Bluefly or local consignment stores. :)

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