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Discussion in 'Jordan Brand' started by noir., Feb 11, 2018.
Not true for me. Doubt I'm the only one.
I WILL ALLOW TENNESSEE GEAR... LOL
i believe someone posted on this forum that stockx flagged one of their shoes as fake and he filed a dispute, stockx looked at their cameras and saw the person inspecting the shoe grabbing the wrong pair or something..
Why do you care what the people with unrealistic asks are asking? I just feel like you're putting in way too much effort to be slick when your efforts don't affect anything. Buyers care about what they can buy a pair for. Sellers care about what they can sell their pair for. All the other lowball offers and unrealistic asks are just noise.
Chase did the same to me. Tried to purchase a sz 10 and got a Fraud message and authorized it but of course it was too late. Went back and tried for a 10.5 and got it.
did the same but couldn't get a 10.5 either lol. Chase is a good bank but annoying for limited sneaker drops, especially for raffles
chase used to send me fraud alerts when i copped kicks. but that was back when i first started copping heavy. havent gotten a fraud alert in ages. maybe cause i cop so much kicks now lol.
they send you fraud alerts for purchases that dont seem to match your shopping patterns imo. at least that how it is for me.
size 11 is down to $356 on stockx right now
some people don't know the pairs they have are fake. Some people get got and don't realize it until they wear it or try to sell it and it gets legit checked.
these just seem like a GR quick strike release.....as far as prices are at the moment.
Thats the thing though, I always cop shoes or purchase things in this price range if not way more almost weekly and never get flagged for fraud. I pretty much spend that every week on supreme drops alone. One time BofA flagged the Zebra raffle with Barneys and had to call back to have them rerun the card. At least with Barneys I had already won the pair, SNKRS only tries to run it once lol.
call em and ask them to automatically allow all purchases from nike in the future.
I will do that sir. thanks. I tried doing that with BofA before the Barneys raffle purchase went through and they told me it should work. It didnt work and then called them back and they told me that they cant do that LOL.
Think I’m liking these more than my black kaws 4 lol! That blue is on another level
yea as far as im aware, banks really have no way of manually allowing anything to happen. its all automated.
i tried doing that once and the rep told me it was fine. When it failed and I called back, rep 2 basically told me the first rep lied
Ill still try with Chase because it is a diff bank and may have different rules but idk. I have realized whenever you speak to a customer service agent, on the phone or even in person, they tend to tell whatever you need to hear to get you off the phone or out of there face lol. Most dont know what they're talking about LOL
Whats size kaws? Willing to trade for travis?
Link card to PP...problem solved.
I've tried it with BoA, Chase, and Amex. Every time the rep says ok I will note your account of a incoming large purchase from ___. But when I actually attempt the charge, they ALWAYS decline it and I get a fraud alert. I must've spoke to 3 different reps when I was making my wedding ring purchase. The rep acting like they were on top of it, typing it loudly on their keyboard and repeating the words slowly back to me "large (type type type) purchase of $15k (type type type) for ring... Ok sir you are good to go and can ahead and make that purchase". Declined.
I'm seeing roughly $400 to $450 for a size 8. Not too too bad if paying over retail.
man. this right here
i always look at how many bids are in and at what price points (very important) vs how many ask (also very important) and finally last sale plays a small part. for instance i don't want to pay more the $325 but that means if i put that bid in right now for size 11, 80 people have to get there pairs before my bid is even looked at, and that's without taking into account anyone that gets impatient and throws a higher bid in from one they had in below $325. Then you have to look at how many ask there are and wonder how many are willing to come down, so will say everyone at $400> will be scooped up at =/<$325 but there's only 78prs at $400> so someone is sol, again this is just an example not a sure thing but it's how i look at it to see my chances of getting shoes i want
Overanalyzation In my book, it’s never that serious