AAA Handbags Review – Beware of Their Scam
Read My Review of AAAhandbags to Learn How They Scammed Me
No cutesy intros here, guys — I’m going to get straight to the point in this AAAhandbags review.
Like furious-mad. Like, key-your-ex-boyfriends-car-mad. Like egg-your-favorite-boutique-entrance-mad. And you know why?
Because of AAA Handbags, that’s why.
This website has not only totally let me down but absolutely pissed me off. I’m not one to lose my cool unjustifiably – in fact, I rarely lose my cool even when it’s warranted. But this time, I’m so mad that I’m taking to the internet to let you guys know the real deal about this scam site.
If you can deal with my rage, then read on – this is something all replica lovers need to know.
AAA Handbags Review – How I Got Scammed By Them
So, here’s the deal.
You’re probably thinking “Maurielle is a LuxuryTastic girl through-and-through. Why did she buy from a different seller?” (If you don’t know about Luxurytastic, then you should read my review of Luxurytastic Replicas.)
You make a totally valid point – one that’s only become more valid since my bad experience.
Here’s the skinny. I got it in my head that I absolutely had to have the Louis Vuitton Iris Wallet Mahina wallet. Well, a high-end replica, anyway (you know that since I’m all about the high-end replicas I don’t usually bother with authentics anymore). The issue? LuxuryTastic doesn’t make the LV Iris Wallet Mahina wallet.
I know what you’re probably thinking.
“Maurielle, if they won’t sell it, there’s probably a good reason for it.”
LuxuryTastic doesn’t sell this piece because they cannot replicate it well enough to be a 1:1 mirror image replica – and they refuse to sell anything that isn’t a mirror image replica (just one of the reasons I totally adore them).
But listen, I was desperate. Desperate enough to try a new handbag site that I thought might be able to replicate this product to a nearly-perfect standard. I was so entrenched in this new-site-high that I totally spaced on my awful experience with Purse Valley (you probably read that horrendous Purse Valley review I gave them).
I was enticed. I was lured in. I was drawn to this site by the amazing pictures and the promise of a gorgeous replica. Heck, I was such a goner I didn’t even do any real research. I knew I wanted that wallet, and I going to have it.
So I did it.
I ordered the LV Iris Wallet Mahina and I paid a hard-earned $240 via Western Union to AAAHandbags.
And you know what?
After I paid, shit got real.
They had picked up my Western Union transfer, and they stopped replying. I’d call, and as soon as they figured out who it was, they’d literally hang up on me.
I was completely and utterly screwed out of my money, and I only had myself to blame.
What I Learned After My 2nd Bad Experience with a Replica Seller
Bottom line guys, I got scammed by AAA handbags.
Me, the high-end replica guru got scammed. I didn’t follow my own advice, I let the glitz and glam and the promise of a high-end replica get to me and now I’m $240 poorer and have no wallet to show for it.
What did I learn from all of this, though?
If you have a solid replica seller, stick to them. If someone has never, ever let you down, and has only ever exceeded your expectations, stand by them. Rely on them. Stop trying to attain things that don’t make logical sense.
In other words, if LuxuryTastic doesn’t make the handbag or the wallet you want, there’s probably a pretty dang good reason for it.
Don’t make the same mistakes as me – don’t stray away from something reliable, beautiful, and trustworthy!