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OohILove.com is an online auction site that claims to sell authentic luxury goods—including products from Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Marc Jacobs—to the highest bidder. The thing is: the site makes money by charging users to per bid and has long been surrounded by controversy and online allegations that the company employs unfair business practices—including automated bidding and time-stopping.
Now, Styleite reports, LVMH's North American CEO Daniel Lalonde says that the Louis Vuitton handbags up for auction on OohILove.com "must be fakes."
Have you ever successfully won and received authentic goods from OohILove.com?
· Oohilove.com Reviews [Site Jabber]
· Is Luxury Auction Site OohILove Selling Fake Louis Vuittons? [Styleite]