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Anonymous asked in Beauty & StyleFashion & Accessories · 10 years ago

Genuine UGG boots? Fed up of stupid fake sites!! Someone tell me this ones actually for real...?

Basically I've been wanting some UGG Australia Classic short boots for a while, I've found a seller on Ebay who has my size, it's all genuine and he has good feedback. However, I have found this site which is selling them really cheap, I've emailed the site asking for an explanation of why they are so damn cheap. Which gets me wondering if it's another site selling fake UGG's which I'm beginning to find quite pathetic!! Fortunately, this site isn't on the list of fake sites... yet. Can someone tell me if it's genuine? Or at least give me some advice? I've been saving for ages and don't want to end up with some fake, stinky, crappy UGG boots!!

Here it is:

http://www.uggbootoutletshop.net/index.php

Thank you, Lucy.

http://www.uggbootoutletshop.net/index.php

Update:

I'm from England by the way!! So please don't talk about dollars, it doesn't mean much to me :/

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  • 10 years ago
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    The quickest way to tell if a site is real or fake is to look check at the official UGGAustralia website and see if the store is listed on the "authorized retailler" pages. If it isn't, the enter the site into the search box on the "counterfeit education" page. It will instantly tell you if the site is selling fakes or the real thing. Here's the official website: http://www.uggaustralia.com/gb/index.aspx (changed to UK site)

    And the counterfeit page: http://www.uggaustralia.com/gb/retailstores/counte... I entered in the site in your question and it is a known counterfeiter.

    Quick hint: if the name of the site includes the word "ugg" and it isn't the uggaustralia.com site then it's selling counterfeits. Also check the site for a few warning signs: broken and bad English, incomplete pages such as no about us or empty pages with placeholder text (your message goes here for eg.) hotmail, gmail and yahoo mail addresses used for contact information, shipping is added after your order is submitted by e-mail, they have "problems" with paypal, credit cards or your back account and they request you send a money order or western union money gram or they call themselves the number one factory outlet, wholesaler or factory direct seller in Fujian or Guangzhou province in china. Any one of these point to a possible counterfeiter, more than two and the site is definitely a counterfeiter. For more information on where a site is located use the whois website, enter the full domain URL of a site and they will tell you who owns it, if it's based in china it's selling fakes.

    And that's the basics on how to tell a counterfeit site from a genuine ugg seller.

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  • Erika
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    4 years ago

    Genuine Ugg Boots

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  • 3 years ago

    Ugg Site

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  • Holly
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Dillard's carries real Ugg boots. Buy them.

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  • 10 years ago

    My advice is to go to the mall, and buy yourself a pair of ugg boots. There are lots of good sales, and anyways, you can try on your size and see which pairs look good on you instead of buying one online and finding out you dont like it. spend your savings wisely!!!

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    ill sell u one for 120 dollars!

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  • 10 years ago

    this is the one and only ugg site.

    http://www.uggaustralia.com/

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  • :)
    Lv 4
    10 years ago

    i definitely think that they're right ^.

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