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19lottie82 Fri 25-Jan-19 18:03:57

I purchased a designer item of clothing via an eBay auction, it wasn’t cheap. RRP is about £150, resale value is about £180 and I paid £120 (this was what the auction started at, I was the only bidder).

There was nothing in the listing to suggest the item was a replica or the seller had any doubt about the authenticity.

The item arrived and straight away I had my doubts so I messaged the seller to ask if they had proof of the authenticity.

They replied “this is a high quality replica which you got a for a great price”.

Obviously I’ve opened a return request, but WIBU to write “fake” on the item in black permembant market, before I send it back? 🤔

blacktree Fri 25-Jan-19 18:18:39

Yes, but you could quite legitimately write it in their feedback

19lottie82 Fri 25-Jan-19 18:47:46

I will be doing that also.

OhDearHowSadNeverMind Fri 25-Jan-19 20:56:43

Don't do this. She can claim that you haven't returned it in the condition in which it was sent and your refund will most likely be denied.
Report her to eBay for selling fakes. Also to VERO. But don't do anything yourself to deface it.

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