bbqpork wrote:BRM wrote:People should do research BEFORE buying a product.
You should think everyone knows this these days . . . . .
Do you demand side by side photos of the original product and the one you want to buy before each purchases?
I dunno where you live but in my world you are warned by forums, sites, tv programs, consumer organisations and the government for counterfeat products and all kinds of internet scams.
1] if a deal looks too good to be true – it most likely is.
2] if a deal looks too good to be true – it most likely is.
3] if a deal looks too good to be true – it most likely is.
4] verify the seller, name, tel number, bankaccount
5] ask the seller if there is really nothing wrong with the item
6] ask the seller if the item is really genuine
7] ask the seller for purchase proof and other proof of a genuine item
8] look online if you find the same photo's on other sites
9] never give your personal details like photos of your creditcard or other photos of your id's
10] dont do business with countries that score high on frauslists
11] invest in details of the specific item that are known marks for a counterfeat product
12] when you don't trust it , simply skip the item, there is more on the market
14] and don't forget: if a deal looks too good to be true – it most likely is.
By law a buyer has rights and obligations.
One of the obligations is that the buyer has the duty to investigate. And a seller has the obligation to inform right.