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Posing fake Uggs boots as Real

My husband wanted to catch a sale on Uggs for my Christmas present. He orders them and later on told me that I wouldn’t get them on Christmas seeing how they were coming from Beijing (red flag). We contacted the company via email and they said themselves that they are replicas. Nowhere on the website does it say replicas. In fact, they have copied info and pictures from the original Uggs website. We have constantly asked for a full refund seeing how I was returning them as soon as they got here via a return to sender. They first told us no. As we kept pressing they said 30%, 60%, then back down to 20% and let me keep the item. I don’t want them at all so I don’t understand why we can’t get a full return when I’m not even going to open the box! I want to let other shoppers know so they can avoid the grief that we’ve gone through with these people. Another thing I researched the business on scamadviser.com, Google, and YouTube. There was NO info on google and YouTube but on scam adviser.com It said it wasn’t a legit business and don’t buy from them.

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It has many negative reviews online. I would highly recommend you do your research well before considering them.

There have been various reports of fraud and scams. It is definitely not a company worth your trust or money.

I have tried multiple websites and also their official channel. Yet no response or resolution.

There are a lot of mentions on the Internet regarding their founders indulging in illicit activity and consumers taking them to court.

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