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Where to sell fake GHD straightners

cami Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Is it possible and legal to sell fake GHD straightners.
I have a pair which were given to me as a present and I believe them to be fake one's. I do not want to keep them and can't take them back. So was wondering is there anywhere that you can sell them as I don't think that fake one's can be sold on ebay.
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
not on here.. cant do anything like that.. sorry!


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#2
Just give them away to someone who would use them and tell them the truth.

It wouldnt be worth all the hassle selling them and all the after effects that possibly could happen.

PS To answer your question, its not 'Legal' to sell anything thats fake.
#3
What makes you think they are fake?
#4
It's illegal
#5
imonlyme
What makes you think they are fake?


how to spot a fake pair of ghd's guide

how to spot fake black ones
#6
I would have said in the ad for selling them that they were fake I wasn't trying to deceive anyone.
They are the pink ones I think they are fake because I typed the number on them into google and it seemed to imply thay they wer fake ones.
I will check out your links 'ding'.
#7
Try registering them on the GHD website and they will tell you if they are fake,ghdhair.com

I can't believe you would even consider selling them,some of them are dangerous,they can set on fire.
#8
deb8z


I can't believe you would even consider selling them,some of them are dangerous,they can set on fire.


So can the genuine ones, I seem to recall.
#9
Inactive
So can the genuine ones, I seem to recall.



So if they ARE fake you would condone the selling of them because you recall genuine ones can set on fire:w00t:
#10
seeing as their fake:

- firstly its illegal to sell fakes as initially pointed out
- secondly i doubt that the rest of us should even be discussing the best place to sell these goods
#11
Thanks to everyone for their replies.
Now that I have been told that it would be illegal to sell them if they are fake then I won't be selling them.
Also, I had not heard anything about them catching fire so was unaware of this issue.
#12
deb8z
So if they ARE fake you would condone the selling of them because you recall genuine ones can set on fire:w00t:


Nope, I was just suggesting the either fake or real ones may well catch fire.;-)
#13
Yes I have heard a number of reports to say they caught on fire....flippppppppppppp
#14
Remove the labels + logos, put them in a random box, they then become a normal cheap set of straightners.

Cheap straightners + GHD logo + box = Fake GHDs

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