as second says it is standard with any named goods. it is just a reminder that if you list fake items you are breaking the law. if you know they are genuine then you have nothing to worry about. if it ever became an issue there are other ways to tell if its real or fake other than tags.
I wouldn't worry about it, it probably helps eBay avoid prosecution too? They are warning against it and it still goes on iykwim. Can't stand looking for converse only to find they are from next, or uggs that actually come from tesco!
If you want to make more money make sure one of the photos is of the inside label, this usually works for me.
If you are new to Ebay get your feedback score up into double figured first by buying a few bits. Then do an 'advanced search' for dkny trousers click on 'completed listings' and have a look to see how much others have sold for - the sold prices are in green.
If you start at 99p you run the risk of only getting 99p for them, would you be happy with that? Make sure you get some good photos, that they are clean and you list the measurements too. Hope this helps.
Do not list for 99p, wait for a Free listings weekend (should be either coming weekend or the one after).
I get that warning all the time, often on stuff that isn't remotely ... label or anything. It's a warning for foreign counterfeiters, I guess.
I have been looking on Ebay to buy DKNY for months! But I want something slightly unusual (US size 2 long ). I am not that small or tall, but I know that's size I need. And I was trying to avoid paying more than £50 delivered (many auctions start well above £50).
I am very surprised that you think they won't sell. I'd be fairly confident they would sell quite well unless an even freakier size than mine.