Nike-trade.com / Uggcenter.com Complaint - Sells FAKES! - Ugg Boots

Review by Melis7 on 2008-12-22
DRUMS, PENNSYLVANIA -- I purchased a pair of "UGG boots" from nike-trade for $105.00. The site says they are based out of California and their products come in the original box and are authentic however; when they arrived in the mail, they not only come from a sweat shop in China, but they come shoved into a tiny, plain brown box with tons of tape all over it and when I opened it I got an overwhelming bad smell as well as discovering a very cheaply made, fake pair of Ugg boots. Which might I add were about 4 sizes too small. When I contacted nike-trade for a return authorization number (which their site says you only have 5 days to obtain) I got NO response. They would not answer any of my emails and there is no legit place to call.

PLEASE don't make the same mistake I did. I am not only out $105.00 but I'm without the only thing my daughter wanted for Christmas. Stay far away from www.nike-trade.com (also known as www.uggcenter.com)
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-12-22
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-12-22:
The web site may say they are based in California but they really are in China:
nike-trade nike-trade (xinhuait@tom.com)
quanzhou baozhou lifeng
quanzhou, Fujian, cn 362000

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