Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

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Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by gernika » 29 Apr 2014 14:19

Hello
I am one of the collectionisto who had bought some awards to this seller. people said they are fakes:
http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/allgemein ... ost1181710
http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/forums/ ... p?t=446156
http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/forums/ ... p?t=419500
With the EKI he fefund me the money becouse it pass when I bought it, but with the Allgemeine Sturmabzeichen pass years and he said me it is original and them he said me this:

I am sorry.
But I think you buy this items from Staegemeir GmbH company.
This company does not exist anymore. The company was closed in 2009.
He change the name and now he say me he don´t sell me it.
But all are the same. I do not understand the police don´t close his shop0

Now he had this name In her best -antiques page he sell with Staegemeir Antiques GmbH name.

A lot of people buy his items and the police do not do nothing with this seller, I don´t understand this.
regards

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 01 May 2014 06:12

Due to language translation problems, I do not understand what you are asking, or know what to say, if you bought these 3 relics, my advice is to find a different area of collecting and stay away from TR.(Third Reich)as you have no clue or idea what genuine/original TR era manufacture means.

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by Ian Hulley » 01 May 2014 08:50

You can NEVER buy blindly from any IIIrd Reich dealer and you need to arm yourself with sufficient knowledge, either by study or by asking the right questions on the various forums BEFORE taking the plunge and buying the goods.

As Mark say's I'm afraid these are entry-level fakes and would have been immediately obvious with a little homework.

Cheers, Ian.

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by gernika » 03 May 2014 11:49

Thanks, the reason I post is that if you go to their website has sold more than 15000 items and most were rated as positive, only 30 negative.

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by William Kramer » 08 May 2014 17:40

You need to get your money back. Put them for review on wehrmacht-awards.com/forums and you will see they are reproductions, supply the seller with this and ask for a refund once returned.

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by gernika » 09 May 2014 13:46

Hi thanks for the reply. But now the seller says I did not sell these items because in 2009 the shop had bought the other name.cuando EK1 told it was a fake and I returned the money. However, the page is the same, old evaluations are for your new name. Send an @ mail to the police, but don´t do nothing. Greetings. He sells a lot of items in the best-antiques.com

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by Ian Hulley » 09 May 2014 14:22

Sadly if a company becomes insolvent or just closes and the owner starts another conpany ... same premises, same person the new business is not responsible for the transactions of the old business.

It's a sad case but I fear you may have to write off your losses and learn from the experience.

Ian.

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 09 May 2014 18:25

Now I understand, yep, Ian is correct, you got *hosed*

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by gernika » 20 May 2014 17:04

be careful with this seller






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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by Ian Hulley » 20 May 2014 22:57

:P
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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by gernika » 21 May 2014 09:35

Sorry it´s not my intention do it, I copy and paste to more people read about carsten, is not about the other seller. I delete it.

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by gernika » 24 Jun 2014 14:46

New address same faker Staegemeir Antiques GmbH Börgäcker 2 | 58454 Witten

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by Ian Hulley » 24 Jun 2014 21:08

Vermin like this always find another rock to hide behind ... fortunately younger collectors may see this and be warned off. :thumbsup:

Ian

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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by gernika » 24 Apr 2017 23:45

gernika wrote:be careful with this seller





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Re: Carsten Staegemeir FakeS

Post by okekoke » 24 May 2018 04:18

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/123150410116 are these genuine do you think :)

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