Tags: China, counterfeit, fake, Louboutin
On 15th May 2012 I purchased a pair of shoes for my wife, over the internet. I paid £109.27 using my credit card to WWW.PREAPS.COM SHANGHAISHI as full payment for “1 x Christian Louboutin Canonita 100 Crepe-Satin Sandals (2012531)”. This was the first time I have risked purchasing direct from a Chinese party.
- 15 May order placed and confirmed on card.
- 15 May WWW.PREAPS.COM SHANGHAISHI £109.27 ## 00000001072.70 CNY @ 9.816967.
- 28 May chase by me re order status update.
- 29 May contact named Lonken (email@example.com) response: delivery in three days time.
- 09 June chase by me re order status update.
- 09 June Lonken response: courier lost package/will re-send.
- 26 June shoes received via DHL sender account: 631053552; from: address:
KING MA NSW
C/O GLOBAL LINK
- 26 June email sent to Lonken asking for return and refund procedure due to supply of goods other than as advertised.
- 26 June Website ‘ChristianLouboutinsDaffodile.COM’ no longer exists. BUT ‘WWW.PREAPS.COM’ does.
- 27 June Lonken response: please send photos of shoes received.
- 29 June I email photos of shoes.
- 30 June Lonken response: photos checked – nothing wrong with shoes – refund refused.
- 01 July I repeat request for refund.
- 02 July Lonken repeats refusal of refund.
- 03 July Lonken offers to send a new pair of shoes (+$60 delivery fee).
- 03 July I repeat request for refund.
- 03 July Lonken offers to refund on receipt of returned shoes.
- 03 July I post shoes back to Lonken:
XIAOQIANG BAI (tel: 18620277533)
- 14 August I inform Lonken of formal proceedings, given absence of refund.
- 14 August 2012 Visa refund request sent to:
DISPUTES PO BOX 200
- 15 August I send letter to Paramount Leader of PRC and other parties.