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Website URL: www.wholesaledesignerhandbags.com
Thursday, October 20, 2005
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The Leading Resource For Legitimate Wholesale Suppliers Of Authentic Designer Merchandise--handbags, Clothing, Shoes, Etc.--from Prada, Gucci, Seven, Coach & Many More. Excellent For Store Owners, eBay®
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Authentic Wholesale Designer Handbags, Clothing, Shoes
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A directory of suppliers of wholesale designer handbags, clothing, shoes & other goods from Michael Kors, Prada, Fendi, Gucci, Coach, Burberry & more.
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Spent hours searching online for suppliers with little to no luck?
Found suppliers but not sure you can trust themâ€”are they legitimate? Is their merchandise really authentic?
Purchased ‘wholesale lists’ that turned out to be junk?
Been burned by scam artists who sold you fake merchandise or took off with your money?
If so, I understand your frustration and I can help you. My name is Viktor. Back in 2002, I was trying to start a business selling designer handbags after reading a success story about a person who was making a lot of money in this business. But when I tried to find a supplier of wholesale designer handbags, it felt impossible. I’d spend countless hours searching online and hardly get anywhereâ€”running into either questionable suppliers, replica dealers or just plain dead ends.
The frustrating thing was I knew these suppliers existed: I saw people selling authentic designer handbags on eBay and other websites, but I couldn’t figure out where they were getting them from. No one wanted to talk.
Eventually, when I found a supplier of wholesale designer handbags whom I thought I could trustâ€”a company based in Italy, no lessâ€”I purchased a few thousand dollars worth of Prada handbags from them, and they turned out to be fake. I was devastated.
Determined to find a legitimate supplier, I pressed on. A few months later, I had my break: an online seller of designer handbags gave me their supplier’s informationâ€”I could hardly believe it. Equipped with this knowledge, I began successfully selling this merchandise as a business.
Long story short, from that point until now, I have learned a lot about this business. I’ve made connections with people in the industry and discovered dozens more suppliers of not only wholesale designer handbags, but also designer clothing, shoes, accessories, etc.
And now I want to share this information with you, so you can source authentic designer merchandise at wholesale and avoid the scams, con artists and sellers of fake goods.
Finding Legitimate Suppliers of Designer Goods is Not Easy
Many legitimate suppliers have little-to-no presence online, often known only to industry insiders
Many legitimate suppliers do not publicly disclose the designer brands they carry
Much of the merchandise you see advertised online is either for fake or non-existent goods, making it very difficult to know whom to trust
Many Suppliers Selling “Authentic” Goods are Selling Fakes
They’re selling what’s called ‘7 Star’ replicas or ‘Mirror Image’ replicas. And these aren’t just any replicas. They’re top-of-the-line knockoffs made in China which come complete with authenticity cards, dust covers, and even serial numbers. They look so much like the real thing, many people can’t tell the difference.
And get this: I’ve taken some of these replicas to a major department store here in the United States and been told by their sales person that they were authentic! That’s how good they are. Granted, they didn’t fool every sales person.
So you have to be very careful when dealing with suppliers of designer goods, especially those offering wholesale designer handbags. If you don’t know this business very well, it’s easy to be duped. I know people with good intentions that have bought and sold replicasâ€”thinking they were selling the real thingâ€”for months without ever knowing. The problem: this merchandise is illegal (even if you tell your customers it’s fake, it’s still illegal). It’s ‘trademark infringement’, punishable by law.
Authentic merchandise is much harder to come by and isn’t nearly as readily available wholesale.
Con Artists Are Rampant in this Industry
The demand for wholesale designer handbags and other designer goods is high and the supply is relatively low, if we’re talking authentic product. Because of this fact, this industry is rife with con artists.
In fact, most of the offers you see online advertising authentic designer goods on sites like Dhgate.com are for fake merchandise or non-existent go