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ioffer a true and real site?

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5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
hi people im after signing up to ioffer some very cheap stuff on here but is it real or a fake site? please could someone clear it for me thanks

just that it not let me sign up
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5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
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1 Like #1
sounds idodgy
#2
is it or not? never heard of it before.

Edited By: sme24185 on Jun 16, 2011 17:55
#3
Thats cos it hit its peak in 2005. Pretty much dead now.
2 Likes #4
Site is 100% Real, they use Paypal, mostly Chinese sellers selling fake items, sellers are genuine, just use the same sense you would with ebay, check feedback etc.

To confirm though ioffer.com is 100% legit, most items are fakes, for example people should know that you cant by a 10k watch for 50 quid
#5
Hi I use it alot just pay with paypal, and keep in mind most of the items are fake.
1 Like #6
rider1008 says: Horrible customer service! I have been trying to open a seller account for over 3 weeks and all I get are automated responses. They open my account then close it the next day because they say I need to verify it. So I try to and they just direct me to a contact customer service page! They just send you in circles. I've been a member of ebay and amazon for several years and for some reason this small website that lets people sell illegal drugs like mdpv has made it impossible to start an honest account.


The best use of this site is Shopping.
Dislikes

Hard to navigate
Other
Poor customer support
Site is slow and unresponsive


Comments: This is a scam site run by chinese criminals, all you get is bad service and counterfeit goods, Stay away from this site, this is the absolute worse example of chinese culture.
#7
ok thank
#8
Great website for the knock off Nigels, the next (worse) thing to fleabay for counterfeit goods.

Don't take all the seller's feedback scores a gospel as most are imported from other sites like ebay.

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Jun 16, 2011 19:29
#9
Only difference is that some ebay sellers buy from ioffer and then sell as genuine, the Chinese sellers never claim that their goods are authentic, well very rarely anyway. I have seen people on ioffer ask if an automatic watch that costs 10k in the shops wether or not it is authentic even though it is advertised for $60 lol, these people do exist
#10
3 times I've asked on this site whether dvd boxset Upstairs Downstairs is Uk compatible - the most useful comment I've got back is that (1) it's new and (2) it's in English.!!!! Anyone know of (or have an opinion on) this item - my guess would be that its a copy !!
#11
The site is a complete breeding ground for knocked off counterfeit goods. If you look at their copyright protection and legal information, it tells you all you need to know in terms of that they are totally aware that traders are selling counterfeit goods and are happy to let them continue.
#12
This sight sounds like a waste of time. My daughter tried to buy some converse shoes and it would not offer PayPal as a payment method. There was no way I was going to enter my credit card number and alarm bells started ringing at that point because I'd not heard of the site before. Clearly the prices are so low goods must be mainly counterfeit as other people have stated.
Best avoided.
#13
Woodsyt220
This sight sounds like a waste of time. My daughter tried to buy some converse shoes and it would not offer PayPal as a payment method. There was no way I was going to enter my credit card number and alarm bells started ringing at that point because I'd not heard of the site before. Clearly the prices are so low goods must be mainly counterfeit as other people have stated.
Best avoided.

Some of the dodgiest sites out there accept paypal so not seeing your logic there, on the other hand 'most' safe sites DON'T accept PP. Crazy world innit?
#14
I have just porchased a pair of white converse off this website and had no idea that most of the items are fake. I paid £15 so it's not that much off compared to a rolex for £50 etc... Does anyone think that they will be fake and if so what are the chances of getting a refund if they sell me a fake item without stating this on the page?

thanks.
#15
you wont get a refund for your converse.
I'm guessing you paid via PayPal and they didn't mention anything about Converse in the invoice?
You won't really have a leg to stand on with PayPal in my opinion as they would need you to send them back recorded delivery which would cost more than £15.
#16
DO NOT BUY FROM IOFFER! They have fraudelent sellers! I bought a watch from them and they had a payment twice. I have been trying to contact the seller and they don't reply. I have asked for a refund an iOffer have told me that it's nothing to do with them and you have to contact the seller direct. Well thats all well and good if they reply. They were quick to take my money now they won't give it back. DO NOT BUY FROM THEM! THY ARE A FRAUD!
#17
100% ok, paid for item via PayPal and received it 12 days later
#18
Used them before, they're legit.
#19
They sell fake stuff
1 Like #20
If you buy something from a chinese seller for example on Amazon, it arrives and its fake. You don't turn round and say Amazon is fake...

Perfectly legit site, anyone saying otherwise is an idiot.

However, that doesn't mean that stuff sold on the site is always legit.

Plenty of good products on there, not everyone is looking for cheap knockoffs..
#21
whats with all the weapon's lol

http://gb.ioffer.com/i/only-12-88-self-defense-strong-cell-phone-stun-gun-k95-516614482

Edited By: alanlukeb1 on Jun 28, 2013 14:50
#22
I've bought 11 different items on there and laid via paypal. All have arrived. Some are fake, but the quality is ok.
#23
Is ioffer a genuine site or will I lose my money and not receive my goods. I am aware that the items are fake, but I just want to know that I will receive the goods that i pay for.
1 Like #24
^ Best comment so far.
#25
LLaddie
Is ioffer a genuine site or will I lose my money and not receive my goods. I am aware that the items are fake, but I just want to know that I will receive the goods that i pay for.

You should get your goods. I ordered some pairs of ray-bans for a fancy dress party and they are very similar to the real thing. One pair was damaged however so the seller sent me a replacement. Delivery took about 10 days.
#26
I dont think it is too be honest I brought a nock off ipod nano on there i didnt get it for a month after and it didnt have the earphones it said it came with. My partner also brought me a hoodie for christmas it look really nice in the photo and when it tuened up late it was a complitely different item with a horrid material turns out the seller was a fake that ripped people off so I wouldnt use it atall!
#27
I've brought several Dvd boxsets of tv series that have never been released for sale before including seasons 5 onwards of Happy Days and some western tv sets and all have been fine. I have never had any problems with them.
These box sets are usually recorded off the tv when they first aired and have never been released for retail for various licensing reasons.
I recommend Ioffer to anyone who collects dvds and rare tv shows.
#28
I've never had any problems from buying from this site. We all know that the stuff is snide ! But as long as you are aware of that it's all good!
The quality of the merchandise is very good, you can buy a Versace tee shirt for less than you'll pay for a normal tee shirt! Wouldn't want to send anything back though, it'll cost you bundles in the long run. Always ask the seller if he/she recommends a size up for you because Asian large is usually the equivalent of English Extra Large
#29
On average how long does it take for the items to be delivered? Do they come from the USA? I am aware they are not legit but for the price of some things, its only the same as buying it from the black market when you go to turkey?
#30
i cant believe some people buy from there thinking it's all genuine product. I saw a girl moaning on the feedback a few weeks ago that her 11 MAC lipsticks for £15 weren't real... you don't say
#31
radders112
On average how long does it take for the items to be delivered? Do they come from the USA? I am aware they are not legit but for the price of some things, its only the same as buying it from the black market when you go to turkey?

most things come from hong kong or china, to the UK usually less than two weeks
#32
danyelle
radders112
On average how long does it take for the items to be delivered? Do they come from the USA? I am aware they are not legit but for the price of some things, its only the same as buying it from the black market when you go to turkey?

most things come from hong kong or china, to the UK usually less than two weeks

Thanks Danyelle, have you ever bought anything from there? I'm looking at some trainers?
#33
radders112
danyelle
radders112
On average how long does it take for the items to be delivered? Do they come from the USA? I am aware they are not legit but for the price of some things, its only the same as buying it from the black market when you go to turkey?

most things come from hong kong or china, to the UK usually less than two weeks

Thanks Danyelle, have you ever bought anything from there? I'm looking at some trainers?


Yes but only things like watches and bags. Quality varies and they tend to use photos of the real product in their listing and not their own photo so don't expect them to look as good as they say
#34
danyelle
radders112
danyelle
radders112
On average how long does it take for the items to be delivered? Do they come from the USA? I am aware they are not legit but for the price of some things, its only the same as buying it from the black market when you go to turkey?

most things come from hong kong or china, to the UK usually less than two weeks

Thanks Danyelle, have you ever bought anything from there? I'm looking at some trainers?

How reliable have the watch and bag been since you bought them? Do you still use them?


Yes but only things like watches and bags. Quality varies and they tend to use photos of the real product in their listing and not their own photo so don't expect them to look as good as they say
#35
What's the point i knowingly buying knock off stuff? Surely your lives aren't that empty that you need to fill the void with fake designer clobber to show off to others?
#36
radders112
danyelle
radders112
danyelle
radders112
On average how long does it take for the items to be delivered? Do they come from the USA? I am aware they are not legit but for the price of some things, its only the same as buying it from the black market when you go to turkey?

most things come from hong kong or china, to the UK usually less than two weeks

Thanks Danyelle, have you ever bought anything from there? I'm looking at some trainers?

How reliable have the watch and bag been since you bought them? Do you still use them?


Yes but only things like watches and bags. Quality varies and they tend to use photos of the real product in their listing and not their own photo so don't expect them to look as good as they say


Mine weren't designer knock off types, just no name bags and watches that I liked but couldn't find anywhere else. They're nice quality for the price I paid but every seller is different so it's good to check their feedback and see what others say about the item that you're thinking of buying
#37
Some of the shoes on this website are fake and some are real
#38
Hi I don't have PayPal is it a bad idea to pay with debit card??
#39
I didn't buy designer, just a dress for work. I paid a fair price, it arrived in 4 days, was what I expected but was a good job I factored in chinese sizing - which is tiny. I'd go at least a size up if not 2
#40
First time look on ioffer. Is this Skrill safe? Anybody have any bad experiences?

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