Louis Vuitton Handbags – 3 Reasons Why You’re Blacklisted!

Louis Vuitton can be very strict on their policy when it comes to customers purchasing their products. This is because they’re really keen on protecting their brand. Because of that some people may be blacklisted for doing certain things, this article will tell you 3 reasons why you may be blacklisted.

1. Buying Multiples of the Same Model

If you’re suspiciously buying more than 2 of the same model at the same time, you may be blacklisted. Buying a lot of the same model is a huge red flag because Louis Vuitton hates resellers and counterfeiters so if you are ever buying more than one 1 or 2 bags at a time you may be accused of being a reseller.

There are price differences between countries and they just don’t like it when people take advantage of that and buy just to resell at different places for profits.

2. Too many returns

If they see you returning too many items, they’ll become very suspicious. Many reasons why people return used bags could be because they’re simply buying for counterfeiting.

3. You Bought Online

Louis Vuitton has a 5 item limit per calendar year for a combination of bags and/or SLGs. When buying online, you’re order history can be tracked more easily and if they see any pattern that indicates that you’re a reseller then you will get banned.

For the people who goes to the store locations they might be able to bipass buying items over the limit if paying by cash. It is simply a lot easier to track customers purchases online.

There are also instances where Louis Vuitton Paris will have more restriction on Chinese People, where they are only allowed 1 bag per customer. There are rumours that LV Paris may have some unofficial policies when it comes to certain customers. This is a big problem for Chinese in Malaysia who wants to go to Paris and buy cheaper LV bags there.

Many Chinese people in Paris will ask other people who are passing by to buy LV bags for them. When you buy an LV, the store assistent will ask for your details such as your passport and they will record down what you’ve purchased.

For Malaysians you can buy a maximum of 3 bags, but they must all be of a different model and design.

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