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If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is! Always keep in mind that.

July 4, 2011

Usually We’ll hop over to the site they’re referring us to (most of the time it’s an online auction site) and we’ll see straight away that it’s either a fake, or the offer isn’t quite what they might think it is…

Here’s an example. A friend of mine called me up thrilled and said, “Guess what? I’ve found this superb deal on ebay where you get 55 pigments for £25, … blah, blah, blah, yada, yada, yada”.

Well, guess what? She sent me the details of the website and I knew pretty much straightaway that she had not taken the details of the offer on board right. On a site like ebay, to begin with whenever you see an offer like this you can pretty much be sure that it’s not the correct sized item you’re going to be receiving.

You must read every last detail (especially the finer print) because what you are really going to get will be roughly less than half of a teaspoon worth, sent in a tiny little plastic case.

There’s noone who can sell 55 full-sized genuine Mac Eyeshadow pigments for £20, particularly in the united kingdom!

The old classic rule: If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is! Always keep in mind that.

One of the other major reasons why I tell my friends and readers to stay clear of buying Mac brushes from a site like ebay is because you cannot guarantee that it’s the genuine product you’re getting.

There are numerous people out there selling fake Mac Eyeliner products and that is true; predominantly to people in the uk since as we know, pretty much everything in the uk is more pricey and sellers will try to take advantage of that. From whom you buy from, you should be careful.

I want to give you a few of my tips for staying safe online and what you should be aware of if you’re certain that you are going to buy Mac Concealer on an online auction website:

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