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ToeToeShoes.com / Fraud and scam

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This company sell FAKE shoes. They say on the website the shoes are real, but I just bought one and Is completely FAKE! Ill try to send back and ask for my money, but I am not sure if they will refund me.


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  20th of Jan, 2009
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They Advertise 100% real authentic shoes and they are really CHEAP imitaions.. i wish i would have research the company further..

Im returning the shoes and but they make you pay for the return, so if they do credit me a full refund i will still be out 50 dollars..
  5th of Feb, 2009
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  17th of May, 2012
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People, this website is totally fake. I'm 29 years old, and have been wearing AUTHENTIC Jordans for most of my life now, and can spot a fake a mile away. Let me give you some tips, things that I use when I'm looking for authentic Jordans. First of all, and most importantly, if a website is selling Jordans for LESS than retail (the usual retail price for Jordans in 2012 is $160), it is FAKE. The ONLY places you might find some for less than retail (if extremely lucky) is a store that you'd find in a suburban shopping mall (ie Foot Locker, Finish Line, Foot Action, Champs, etc...), a Nike outlet store, or nikestore.com. But even then, finding retro Jordans on sale these days is extremely rare. This tip is the one you should always use. Retro Jordans for $59, 69, 79, even 119, is TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE. Ok, another thing, if a website has a Full Size Run (ie. they have every size available) of a retro Jordan that sold out at authorized Jordan dealers (like one of the stores listed above), it's FAKE. Basically, if it's too good to be true, it pretty much always is. The best thing to do is do your research; if you're wondering about a website, take one minute and do a Google search with the websites' name and the word "legit" next to it (ie "toetoeshoes.com legit"). Gather as much info as you can, or until you feel sure that you can or can't trust that site. Taking the couple minutes to do this could end up saving you much time and stress from buying a fake pair of shoes when you were expecting authentics. If you follow these simple tips, you should be OK. "Should". Thieves can be tricky, so always be careful. Hopefully this helped. Be safe, and be smart. -TigerPawRaw

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