Ioffer Informative - Just Be Careful! - Online Auction, Similar To Ebay
Online Auction, Similar To Ebay
CALIFORNIA -- Ioffer has had a lot of customer complaints. However, I have bought two things from there, no problems. A lot of sellers are from China (which I was uninformed on this when purchasing a "Gucci" purse from there.) and other countries outside the U.S.
Of course, a lot of their things listed are FAKES, and being resold on ebay, because people are unaware of the fact that they are buying fakes. But one way to tell you have a fake, ask for the serial number. If you type that serial number in google, and it lists a bunch of DIFFERENT purses, then you know it's a replica. No two purses (or whatever has a serial number) should be the same. Another red flag of a replica is when you google the serial number, and REPLICA WEBSITES showing the same serial number with different purses show up. (: hehe just remember the saying: if it's too good to be true, it probably is. remember, that if someone bought a $1,000 Chanel purse, why would they sell it for only $100?
You just have to watch your back on ioffer. ALWAYS check the feedback. To make sure I'm safe, I even read negative feedback. If there is any feedback from someone who hasn't received their item, I wouldn't buy.
There are a lot of scammers, but there are also a lot of honest sellers. You just have to be careful. Always ask questions before you buy. Do your research on the buyer. and always know the product you're buying (to ensure you don't get a FAKE.)