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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby Meisen » 15 Nov 2011 16:59

WARNING!
I bought from WW2SALE an italian uniform M41. On their website the color was gray-green like the italian ww2 uniforms. The uniform instead arrived in stone-gray color.
Contacted the seller and sent photos of the product, he refused to recognize his mistake and did not want to do anything about it.
Be careful when buying here!

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby Schwarz Edelweiss » 15 Nov 2011 19:47

Simple, logical conclusion - SCAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMERS :lol:
Hoch auf dem Berge

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby RwL » 23 Jan 2012 13:16

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Hi I have a Cap M43 I got from WW2sales.com. How does it look???
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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby Dieter » 23 Jan 2012 20:59

RwL wrote:
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Hi I have a Cap M43 I got from WW2sales.com. How does it look???



"Flimsey" (do a Google search). Even a Sturm-made M43 cap is preferable. I'd recommend getting either At The Front, a Janke, a GMAX or even a Lost Battalions M43 Cap if you can find one available. 8O

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby RwL » 24 Jan 2012 09:54

I wanted to return my stuff but the short answer was no. I thought i was buying from a UK company til the very last when I bought the bits. They say it looks like their own picture so its fine. the guys in our group just looked at the stuff and laughed I dont understand why people bother to produce stuff if they dont want to do it correct.

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby StigRoadie » 25 Jan 2012 01:41

Because they are cynical and just want your cash?
Because they rely on people not doing their home work and having an understanding of what they should be buying?
Because they know people will buy cheap and not care it's inaccurate to a greater or lesser degree?
The badge alone on that M43 should have warned you to stay clear?
To all intent and purpose it's bevo only for Heer M43, there are very, very rare exceptions but you can't be wrong with bevo.

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby RwL » 25 Jan 2012 23:54

They dont display it with the Badge (I know the badge is as bad as one can make it) I have also paid high from one in Canada and it was trash people know how to take pictures hidding the bad parts.
Also these people do not use pictures of what they are selling all the time.
I listed this photo myself to show people how bad it was, like an assault badge was just junk it didnt look like the picture they display. I was buying the stuff for another people and was told it was a UK web it was too late once I had paid and then found it was chinese.
Well if they wanted business they are doing a good job of destroying it.

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby Dave12962 » 19 Jun 2012 15:07

I to was curious about WWW2sale.com but i took a shot anyway.I kept my order smale but also wanted to get somthing I hoped would look nice,so to settle any questions anyone has.Paid for my order and it was then it was on its way complete with a tracking number that you can follow through GoodExpress.com,
My tracking order looked somthing like this:Destination : United States of America
Pieces : 1
Status : Delivered
Delivery date : 2012-06-18 13:47


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Delivery date :2012.06.18 13:47
Signed for by :OK.


Date/time Location Details
2012-06-13 09:04 China Original Station Shipment Pickup Up
2012-06-13 14:27 Shanghai Hub Shipment Departing from Hub
2012-06-13 23:30 Shanghai Check in.
2012-06-13 23:41 Shanghai Check out.
2012-06-14 USA 9405510200793294972257
2012-06-14 22:46 JAMAICA, NY 11434 Accepted at USPS Origin Sort Facility
2012-06-15 12:01 BETHPAGE, NY 11714 Processed through USPS Sort Facility
2012-06-15 BETHPAGE, NY 11714 Depart USPS Sort Facility
2012-06-15 21:27 ALBANY, NY 12288 Processed through USPS Sort Facility
2012-06-16 ALBANY, NY 12288 Depart USPS Sort Facility
2012-06-18 Electronic Shipping Info Received
2012-06-18 08:06 MORRISONVILLE, NY 12962 Arrival at Post Office
2012-06-18 08:53 MORRISONVILLE, NY 12962 Sorting Complete
2012-06-18 09:03 MORRISONVILLE, NY 12962 Out for Delivery
2012-06-18 13:47 MORRISONVILLE, NY 12962 Delivered[Delivery Confirmation ™]
And now ive included some pics of what I actualy recieved,In general I liked what i recieved I thought it was well made and in very good detail,my only complaint was the ribbon that came with the iron cross that is pictured,Its not as good as some that ive gotten from other people of ebay. But Medal wise,,,,,,,Pleased.

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby jason69 » 22 Jul 2012 19:29

Schwarz Edelweiss wrote:I just stumped upon this site ( WW2sale.com ) and they seem to have great looking uniforms, they are in the UK, has anyone purchased from them in the past, thanks a lot !


what ever you do,do NOT order anything from ww2sale.com as the pictures /items you see on there web page is nothing like it when ordering, the web page looks professional but dont be fooled, i purchased a party nazi german arm band months and months ago, looked realy good from there picture and a month after purchasing it it turned up to be a very cheap crap made item from china. best thing is it wasnt even finished. i complained time and time again and said they would send a replacment order of an iron cross of which i asked for instead, yet again ten or emails to this company i still havnt received it, that was three months ago, yes the web site is in the uk but the items come from china. im asking people not to be fooled by this company as you will be just wasting your money. j wormsley

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby mikeshilton » 08 Aug 2012 17:40

I was initially reluctant to order anything, however a friend ordered a pair of Luftwaffe breeches, he received them pretty quick and he said they were very good, he collects original Luftwaffe btw and knows what he's talking about. I have since heard that the company is Chen's(Ant-z), not sure how much truth there is in that.I'm going to order a Luftwaffe tunic, I have one of Chen's so will see how it compares when received.

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby Sapper44 » 09 Aug 2012 00:47

I decided to give ww2-uniforms.com / WW2sale.com ( they are the same company ) a shot just to see what happened. I ordered a wool M40 Fliegerbluse. First off they auto check out did not work. I recived a request for payment from paypal in about 30 min. and then a phone call about 3 am local time. The phone call was to inform me that they are out of the wool and don't know when they will be restocked, but they would "upgrade" the tunic to the gabardine version for no extra cost. As this is just an experiment I told them to go ahead. I asked about their turn around time on an order, and they told me about 2 weeks. 7/22/12 is day 1. will keep everyone updated to when it gets here and will post photos of what it looks like if it ever shows up.
Christian

What I ordered:

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What they say they are sending me:

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Mon Jul 30, 2012 1st week done, no uniform (wasn't really expecting it yet anyway), web site still shows order pending, money has been taken from my bank account by paypal.

update #2. 08/04/12 recieved a notice that the uniform has shipped, but will not be able to track it for 2 - 3 days.

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby SchutzeHagemann » 10 Aug 2012 22:40

I hope you didnt put too much money down on that 'experiment' buddy.

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby Sapper44 » 11 Aug 2012 00:45

Week #3 No uniform yet, but now I can track. It says the package is in the USA, and now has a USPS tracking number. I checked it out on the USPS site and it says that it is just an electronic pick up notice.

Sam;
total for everything was just $115. I have spent more than that going out with my wife on a Sat. night, so no big loss.

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby SchutzeHagemann » 11 Aug 2012 02:58

Sapper44 wrote:Week #3 No uniform yet, but now I can track. It says the package is in the USA, and now has a USPS tracking number. I checked it out on the USPS site and it says that it is just an electronic pick up notice.

Sam;
total for everything was just $115. I have spent more than that going out with my wife on a Sat. night, so no big loss.


Alrighty! Just eager to see if they send you what they claim. :D

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Re: WW2sale.com

Postby Sapper44 » 15 Aug 2012 00:37

Aug. 14 recieved notification from post office: Your item departed our BETHPAGE, NY 11714 sort facility on August 14, 2012.


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