Bidz is knowingly selling so called designer jewellery and watches which are fake. I recently gained proof of this. If you think you have been duped with counterfeit goods, make enquiries of the real designer company to get confirmation your purchase is not the genuine article, as I have done over a piece I received from bidz.
Thing is, complaints here are valuable in informing people about the unscrupulous dealings of Bidz.com but best thing we can all do, is start making complaints to the relevant authorities and by flooding the directors of bidz email boxes.
Complaints can be made to...
Culver City Police. www.culvercitypolice.com. They are located at 4040 Duquesne Avenue, Culver City, and their phone number is. (310) 837-1221
The FBI, IC3. https://complaint.ic3.gov/ctf.aspx
Federal Trade Commission. http://www.ftc.gov/
Better Business Bureau. http://www.bbb.org/us/
Securities and Exchange Commission. http://www.sec.gov/
US Department of Commerce. http://www.commerce.gov
And anyone else you might think of. I have!
Bidz directors email addresses are...
CEO / David Zinberg. firstname.lastname@example.org
President / CTO / Leon Kuperman. email@example.com
CFO / Lawrence Kong. firstname.lastname@example.org
COO / Claudia Liu. email@example.com
CCO / Larry Russell. firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President / Executive Secretary / Marina Zinberg. email@example.com
Auctions Manager / Vilius Zukauskas. firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't bother with customer services, there's a contradiction in terms. Go directly to the top people and flood their email boxes.
Don't forget, when approaching the authorities, where you can, provide any evidence you have. Emails, photographs, copies of bidz web site pages, anything that might be relevant. Join me in a campaign to bring these fraudsters down, it is time we did.
And I hope you all have a very merry Christmas.