I bought expensive perfume in a decent store. It turned out fake. Is there a chance to return the money?
It's just that I've been using these spirits for a long time. I know exactly how they smell. And this time, as soon as I opened it, I felt as if I were smelling a spoiled product.
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Answered 20 November 2014 10:25
The question of fakes today is generally very relevant. Forge absolutely everything. Cosmetics and perfumes are no exception. I'm not at all surprised that even in a decent store, as you put it, you can buy a fake product. Of course, the most annoying thing is that you paid for it as if it were genuine. You write that you know their smell exactly, but as soon as they opened the bottle they felt that they smell differently. I understand you did it at home after you bought these perfumes. I have another question for you, and did you smell them in the store? Usually before you buy perfumes, we smell them. You came for a certain perfume, bought without printing, and found at home that it was not that.But the store can say that it is not enough as a manufacturer has changed the formula, or else that will refuse to return the money. You may require their certificates and other documents, but they may have them. Another thing, if you for example sniffed the probe, and then bought a sealed bottle. Together with this bottle and check, you can approach the administrator and state the discrepancy between the smell of the probe and the bottle. It already pulls back a refund for a sold cat in a bag, in your case in a box.