Wow this is funny. Look at this guys feedback. Selling fake knifes even Benchmades

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Wow this is funny. Look at this guys feedback. Selling fake knifes even Benchmades

Postby Knifenutwill » Sun Oct 25, 2020 12:48 pm

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I messaged them and got a response. Here's a screenshot. He's got more negative feedback in the time period displayed then there are days in the year lmao
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Re: Wow this is funny. Look at this guys feedback. Selling fake knifes even Benchmades

Postby Accutron » Sun Oct 25, 2020 1:28 pm

eCop is a legitimate vendor. Why do you think they're selling fakes? 98.9% feedback is completely acceptable for a seller with nearly 2 million feedback.

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Postby nerdlock » Sun Oct 25, 2020 9:07 pm

Why did you message them like that? A constructive message would have been more proper. I would have asked first if the item they are selling are legitimate knives rather than just directly messaging them in a juvenile manner like what you did, and its not even an item inquiry but a classless comment on their feedback.

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Re: Wow this is funny. Look at this guys feedback. Selling fake knifes even Benchmades

Postby Knifenutwill » Sun Oct 25, 2020 9:20 pm

I saw in their feedback people have bought fake Spydercos and Benchmades on there and the file photo kinda seemed off. Also a lot of people said they never received the item or refunded for no reason and no ship then they had to contact ecop and they got back to them 8 days later and said they were sold out. Honestly i never heard of them till now
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Re: Wow this is funny. Look at this guys feedback. Selling fake knifes even Benchmades

Postby Larry_Mott » Mon Oct 26, 2020 1:43 am

I bought some knives from eCop without problems around five years ago (Spyderco, CRKT and KA-BAR) I don't know if they have gone bad since, but back then they were legit and good to go.
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Postby Accutron » Mon Oct 26, 2020 6:04 am

eCop is a huge business with a huge inventory. Their negative feedback is in line with what you see from many huge retailers - people receiving order cancellations or incorrect items about 1% of the time, with sketchy customer service if something does go wrong. They have hundreds of transactions per day, so mistakes are going to happen.

As far as customers leaving feedback claiming to have received a counterfeit knife...people arbitrarily question the authenticity of genuine knives far more often than they mistakenly buy counterfeits. Unless you can see an actual photo of the item and disauthenticate it yourself, it's best to assume that the customer is simply wrong.

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Postby The Deacon » Mon Oct 26, 2020 8:51 am

Accutron wrote:
Mon Oct 26, 2020 6:04 am
eCop is a huge business with a huge inventory. Their negative feedback is in line with what you see from many huge retailers - people receiving order cancellations or incorrect items about 1% of the time, with sketchy customer service if something does go wrong. They have hundreds of transactions per day, so mistakes are going to happen.

As far as customers leaving feedback claiming to have received a counterfeit knife...people arbitrarily question the authenticity of genuine knives far more often than they mistakenly buy counterfeits. Unless you can see an actual photo of the item and disauthenticate it yourself, it's best to assume that the customer is simply wrong.

Exactly, and some of the more dishonest buyers will buy a knife they know is fake locally or on AliExpress, then buy a real one online, complain loudly that they got a fake, and return the fake to the online dealer that sold them the real one.

You do have to be careful, there are plenty of dishonest sellers out there, and plenty of counterfeit knives, but price and location are your best clues. If the price seems too good to be true, it probably is, and unless your buying a Chinese brand, any seller located in China is probably selling fakes.
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Re: Wow this is funny. Look at this guys feedback. Selling fake knifes even Benchmades

Postby ykspydiefan » Mon Oct 26, 2020 2:28 pm

It is easy to hate the player and the game when it comes to counterfeit stuff. It is annoying, trying to leave shiny foot prints and someone else covers them with dirt. I have had $$$ tied up for months, plus the time on the phone with the credit card company and it is really hard to stay shiny when I secretly want to deliver them a bucket of poop. But, that is what one gets when playing the bargain hunting game. It was a different company, and I have never considered their side and complexities of inventory control.


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