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hermosavtg
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Re: Case Study: Harley Davidson Champion Shirt

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Perhaps it is a clever money laundering operation? ;)

Otherwise I cant see why anyone would pay so much for such a poorly printed piece. I think i cut better screens in my high school graphics class.

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Re: Case Study: Harley Davidson Champion Shirt

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If you thought the Champion fakes were only Blue Bars on ringer tees....think again. Nice touch on fraying them too....

http://www.ebay.com/itm/270788774805

And all of this coming from a guy who typically deals genuine stuff and is in the business. Sad.
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Re: Case Study: Harley Davidson Champion Shirt

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Seems like a lot of work creating these fakes just to list them for $60.00 but I guess if you get good at making them it becomes a volume thing.

Sell 16 of them at $60.00 and bam! You just made a $1,000.00.

:evil: http://worn75.blogspot.com/ :twisted:

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Re: Case Study: Harley Davidson Champion Shirt

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Yup - and he was getting $100-300 quite regularly - probably scoops them up for $15 each.
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Re: Case Study: Harley Davidson Champion Shirt

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This might be a naive question, but can his listings be reported (even the ones that say "repro") if the tags themselves still say "Made in the USA"? He says that he only ships to the US, aren't there laws about misrepresenting a country of origin?

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Re: Case Study: Harley Davidson Champion Shirt

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Lots of reasons to report it....mostly mis rep. and intellectual rights...counterfeit...none of which ebay takes seriously unless its harley or champion who engage in their vero system.
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