Areatrend.com Review

They claim to sell brand names at discount prices, not the case. I purchased what I thought and was advertised as a Kate Spade watch for my wife’s birthday. She opened it and it didn’t work. That it itself means nothing as a new product of any brand could be defective. My wife inspected the watch and showed me the Kate Spade logo on the back face was crooked. First off that doesn’t sound like something which would happen with a brand name item. Before contacting Areatrend to return the watch I contacted Kate Spade directly. They first confirmed Areatrend was not an authorized retailer of their product. I gave them the model number of the watch and while I was still on the phone the rep visited their website and confirmed without a doubt from the image alone which was the exact watch I received that it was a fake. The color and variation in this model was not manufactured by their company. Bottom line if it sounds to good to be true it usually is. I even noted the watch was confirmed as a copy on my return paperwork to Areatrend but you sold it to me as genuine and never received a response. So if you want an expensive cheap copy then get right on the internet and make sure you purchase from their website. The Kate Spade representative even filed a report against Areattend for selling couterfits.

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Name: Areatrend.com

Country: United States

State: Alaska

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Phone: 1-877-493-6847

Website: www.areatrend.com/

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