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post #16 of 21

If people are going to go to some dark corner of the internet to save a few cents on headphones, they might as well know how to protect themselves from getting scammed, etc. Personally, I don't even bother looking anywhere outside of Ebay and FS forums anymore if I want to get the best price. 

post #17 of 21

Not found @ http://www.resellerratings.com/search/First+Class+Headphones

 

 

post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Doppelganger View Post

If people are going to go to some dark corner of the internet to save a few cents on headphones, they might as well know how to protect themselves from getting scammed, etc. Personally, I don't even bother looking anywhere outside of Ebay and FS forums anymore if I want to get the best price. 

 

Ebay has a lot of fakes too, I have never actually bought a headphone outside of Bestbuy or Amazon, but I don't mind saving a few bucks if I can. Oh and the Aim to Find website seems legit, bad customer service, but its an authorized dealer for a lot of companies and they have a guarantee of authenticity with a manufacture warranty. I'm still not sure, but it seems legit enough and considering its 270 as opposed to the typical price of 370 for the Pro700mkii ANV I might just go with it. 

post #19 of 21

I've been looking for some Sennheiser IE8i's for a while and I came across this site - I emailed the support email address to ensure authenticity and why they are 100$ cheaper than anywhere else. They assured me that the headphones are authentic and that this website is owned by the Mexican website www.entrale.com which gets this stuff for half the price American stores do or something like that.  Anyhow I ended up taking a chance and bought through them. Headphones arrived in about 5 days - so shipping wasn't too bad. The product itself is 100% legit. 

 

-Review from someone who actually bought from this place gs1000.gif

post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by Rope View Post

Not found @ http://www.resellerratings.com/search/First+Class+Headphones

 

 

 

 

http://domaincoleta.com/whois/firstclassheadphones.com

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Originally Posted by TurnItUP24 View Post

I've been looking for some Sennheiser IE8i's for a while and I came across this site - I emailed the support email address to ensure authenticity and why they are 100$ cheaper than anywhere else. They assured me that the headphones are authentic and that this website is owned by the Mexican website www.entrale.com which gets this stuff for half the price American stores do or something like that.  Anyhow I ended up taking a chance and bought through them. Headphones arrived in about 5 days - so shipping wasn't too bad. The product itself is 100% legit. 

Everything points to them being fake. These sites can make pretty convincing fakes, especially when you don't know headphones well. Sennheiser is usually the company that gets chosen for counterfeits too.

post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by WakiDabeast View Post
 

Hey

I didn't know where to post this post, and I hope this isn't spam, but is this website legit or does it sell fakes?
http://www.first-class-headphones.com/default.asp

Sorry i don't know about that site.To know that site legit or not you can follow these methods given below:

You can read user reviews, problems, their quires, responses and rating about the site in http://webutation.net

 

You can also do a whois search in the site  WhoisXY.com  and know the owner, technical, administrative contact details etc.. you can use the phone number or email id which you get in whois search and try to contact the person and clarify your doubts.

 

If the site has SSL certificate it is good site for transactions. SSL certificate enabled site looks like https://paypal.com.

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