When Designer Deals Turn Into Disasters CBS New York
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) Buying a designer label means more than just a famous name stamped on your pants or purse. There a cut free run 2 , feel and quality that is evident.
But sometimes, designer deals turn into disasters.
Authentic Bottega Venetabags sell for $2,000 plus in upscale 5th free run 2 Avenue stores. Maxx in suburban Philadelphia where Tramutolafound her bag secured free run 2 in a special area reserved for high end merchandise.
took the card out and I said, it has to be real because they don sell fake items here, explained.
don feel right, said upon examining the bags. not soft. Venetatold CBS 2 that they only use materials from Italy when making their bags. There should be no in India lining, and the workmanship and missing threads indicated that the bags were not authentic. Maxxthen agreed to investigate and examine the bags, and they also concluded thatthe bags purchased by Tramutolawere not authentic Bottega Venetabags. Maxxbelieves that the original bags were purchased from their store by someone who kept the orig free run 2 inals and then returned cheap counterfeit versions like those sold by street vendors. The fake bags then likely went undetected and entered the store merchandise flow.
many other things did I buy that are not real? pondered.
When you buy merchandise, the best thing to do is what Tramutoladid. Once you have the product in your home, go online and compare its features with others. If it supposed to be made in Italy but it says in India, then obviously you got a problem.