Wednesday, January 31, 2007
posted by PabloPabla at 4:02 pm

Phoar! I just stumbled upon a wholesale sunglasses site. Wholesale Fashion & Sports Sunglasses are now available on CTS Wholesale Sunglasses and there are a wide range of Wholesale Sport Sunglasses with comparable quality and style from well-known brands such as Adidas, Diesel, Versace and Fendi. As for Wholesale Fashion Sunglasses, some well-known brands compared to include Gucci, Calvin Klein, Christian Dior and Cartier.

Though as a consumer, I won't be buying any of the sunglasses wholesale, it is illuminating to see what are the latest designs in the market. By latest designs, I mean Hot New Styles for 2007. Then, at least I would know whether the so-called latest designs placed on the display shelves at the optician's are really latest or not. It is not surprising to find some questionable merchants rotating their "Latest" signboards from one set of sunglasses to another all year round! LOL!

One thing to note is that CTS Wholesale Sunglasses do not sell authentic or genuine name brand items. Neither are these sunglasses represented to be original or exact copies of the well-known brands compared with. There is a big disclaimer note at the foot of the website and buyers ought to get themselves acquainted with what they are buying. Buyers looking for authentic, original and genuine registered designer brand sunglasses are advised to purchase them from an authorized dealer. CTS Wholesale Sunglasses also sells replica sunglasses and offer same day shipping. Payment vide Visa, Mastercard, Discovery and American Express is accepted.

The thing I am concerned about is whether they could be parties to fraud??? I mean, these replica sunglasses are being sold at vastly lower prices than the brand named ones and there is a foreseeable situation where the buyer will then pass it off to the consumer as the real thing and make a tidy profit out of it. Of course, CTS Wholesale Sunglasses never claims their goods to be the real thing and if at all, the buyer who subsequently sells it and passes it off as the real thing should be the party liable. It is probably a moral question to answer.

Well, like oft said : Caveat Emptor (Buyers beware).

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At 7:38 pm, Blogger Wuching

retail can la but wholesale cannot la!