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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
has anyone bought from this site and are they real uggs http://www.uggofficial.cc/uggs/products/catagory-s7_p1.html
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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1 Like #1
Im guessing the fact that they cant actually spell category correctly is a giveaway
#2
Any site that has ugg in the title apart from the official australia ugg site is a fake

Read this http://www.uggaustralia.com/gb/counterfeit.aspx



That site has a gmail address for customer service.....


Edited By: boothy on Nov 03, 2010 08:31: Hhh
#3
Thanks,should have realised if it looks to good to be true it is
#4
Looking for a good deal on classic uggs for daughters xmas...can anyone point me in the direction of a good deal please
#5
Well I am one of the people who got scammed by http://www.uggsofficial.cc
I ordered what looked like a gorgeous pair of Uggs, checked all the photos and what arrived today was a cheap pair with fake fur and glued soles..... DO NOT BUY FROM THEM
#6
The Customer Service number doesn't work and the chat facility also doesn't work. I looked at the "real" offical Ugg website and they don't recognise the website and suggest that it could be fake.
#7
after purchasing a pair a matter of hours ago. Unfortunately after my purchase alarm bells started ringing in my head. After much investigation i believe this website to be fake. UGGS australia have already shut a website down going by the name "http://www.uggofficial.co.uk" this link no longer exists. And i do not think it takes much working out that all they have done is re-opened under a chinese web address "CC". This website is almost certainly fake. It appears on the surface to be an exact carbon copy of the official site. But like the above post states a few things after some digging spring up. They can't spell. They have a g-mail customer service. 50% of the links don't work. And if like me, who may i point out deal with computers and scams all of the time are stupid enough to actually pay for the goods have absolutely no idea of when the "fake" product is likely to arrive. You have been warned peeps. Swallow the advice i always give and should have listened to "if its too good to be true" it usually is.
banned 2 Likes #8
These websites are making a mint from stupid people, probably explains the explosion in the Chinese economy.
#9
Just had to quickly google this website before I ordered my mum's christmas present. Thanks for the heads up guys I would have wasted 60 quid on these con artist scumbags aswell.
2 Likes #10
i cant believe people actually fall for these websites!
1 Like #11

Tip: Don't ask on here about a suspicious website [b]after
you've made the purchase... ask before you part with your money! Seems like common sense but all too often people post on here asking: "is this site legit?" when they've already made an order and have been waiting 2 weeks for it!![/b]


Edited By: oldmanhouse on Nov 29, 2010 23:31
#12
I cant believe i fell for this. My wife got an UGG site up saying she wanted the boots for christmas so like an idiot i went and bought them online without looking at the address. Checked my credit card statement and an amount for £ 63 went out to some dodgy laptop battery website. Feel like a right numpty !!!!!
banned#13
Real Ugg boots: http://www.australiansheepskinassociation.com.au/index.php/Where-to-Buy.html

Edited By: kcnw9 on Dec 10, 2010 15:13
#14
Genuine tall uggs here for £99 which is the cheapest I've ever seen...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tall-classic-ugg-in-sunflower-99-00/798143
#15
i got caught too yet i googled the the site
#16
my mum bought some from here - they are def fakes, really good fakes but not real sheepskin on the inside of the boots. dont buy from here.
#17
omg ive ordered from them!!
#18
oh hang on it was uggs australia - order hasnt come yet, im worried ive pooped up!
#20
gilmourdavies
I cant believe i fell for this. My wife got an UGG site up saying she wanted the boots for christmas so like an idiot i went and bought them online without looking at the address. Checked my credit card statement and an amount for £ 63 went out to some dodgy laptop battery website. Feel like a right numpty !!!!!
I'm sure the Credit card company cover you for this for 6months after purchase ?
#22
indeed !! just rang my credit card company.. nightmare and then just shouted at hubs cos he blooming does websites and he should have checked this one for me * giggles* cant believe i will probably get fake uggs IF i get any at all!
#23
ohh and i got that link from a facebook advert..maybe i ought to tell them they are allowing fake ugg websites to advertise!
#24
pcnutta
ohh and i got that link from a facebook advert..maybe i ought to tell them they are allowing fake ugg websites to advertise!


Facebook don't care as long as they get paid TBH, if you see the advert again then report it... using the X in the top corner of the advert.

I would never personally buy anything off facebook as there is no protection and anyone can set up facebook ads.
#25
I also got done - gf sent me the link so like a numpty i bought them.

Still waiting for them to arrive - do you think my bank will refund me? Bit worries they won't now it appears a pair of boots will arrive, in some condition at least.
#26
I am such an idiot, read these AFTER ordering!!!! Spoken to my bank and they say I have to wait 15 days for delivery, if I don't get boots, they will try and get my money back from this companys bank. I'm actually hoping the boots don't come now!!
#27
i also bought them on 11th december. Nothing has arrived but have had email contact from somebody claiming to be Tee Jon. I did not realise that cc = china. Looks like thats £63 down the drain although may be able to claim it back from the credit card company.
banned#28
maddog13
i also bought them on 11th december. Nothing has arrived but have had email contact from somebody claiming to be Tee Jon. I did not realise that cc = china. Looks like thats £63 down the drain although may be able to claim it back from the credit card company.

.cc isn't china it's cocos islands, .cn is china but don't always presume that it means the company/website is hosted in that country though, i have some .ir domains and i sure as hell don't live in iran
#29
I lent my son my card he bought from them , arrived crap fakes....any one have a screen shot of the website so I can claim from Mastercard?
#30
Do the people who bought the boots from this website actually get their boots? I was told 7-10 working days and given a tracking number but not got anything yet. It been nearly a month! Is there any way to get ur money back?
#31
My Daughter has just bought a pair off this site and the frightening thing is the site comes up as a google suggested website! Shocking
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