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3.4-Ounce Burberry Touch Eau De Parfum Perfume For Women

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    • Fragrance is soft and casual with a hint of freshness in top note which include blackcurrant, cassis, cranberry, pink pepper corns giving way to delicious floral middle notes. Rose, lily of the valley and jasmine mix with the notes of peaches and raspberries. The trail is comfortable as an English blanket, scented with warm notes of vanilla, cedarwood and oakmoss. It was created by Michel Girard in 2000.
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Are you kidding? You're throwing shade on a Burberry deal from Walmart, a publicly traded Fortune 500 retailer, in order to save $3.30 from some questionable online fragrance seller - Foreverlux???

I just googled the BBB review for Foreverlux and while the BBB gives them an A+ rating (which their rating system is a joke)... you need to read the complaints. They're bad! There are complaints about fakes, opened/used bottles, the seller not responding, undelivered products with no tracking confirmation that they then refuse to issue a refund. You can read for yourself, but I'd NEVER order from this seller, let alone trust Foreverlux over Walmart on a designer fragrance purchase.

Read for yourself:
https://www.bbb.org/us/nj/hackens...complaints

48 total complaints in the last 3 years

of those, 14 complaints were closed in last 12 months

Complaint Type
Advertising/Sales 4 Billing/ Collections 3 Delivery Issues 17 Guarantee/Warranty 4 Problem with a Product 20
Totals 48
Well then, are you planning to order from Foreverlux? Also, there are plenty of reasons to hate Walmart, and I avoid the physical store at all costs... but I'd never accuse Walmart of fraud or selling fake items or refusing to refund a return.
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Sorry, but this is not a great price.

You can get this same exact perfume from highly reputable online fragrance shops for less money:

Example: Foreverlux - I have purchased probably 40+ fragrances from them... 100% legit:
https://www.foreverlux.com/burber...-34-women/

$32.70 + free shipping
+1 I have bought plenty of legit stuff from them off ebay.
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+1 I have bought plenty of legit stuff from them off ebay.
Totally legit. I buy directly from them:

1. You build up reward points. While it's not a ton, you will get $5 off here and $10 off there, etc
2. I like supporting a small business vs having them fork over the fees to eBay
3. The prices are cheaper. At most $1, but it adds up over time.
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Quote from Barry73 :
Sorry, but this is not a great price.

You can get this same exact perfume from highly reputable online fragrance shops for less money:

Example: Foreverlux - I have purchased probably 40+ fragrances from them... 100% legit:
https://www.foreverlux.com/burber...-34-women/

$32.70 + free shipping
Are you kidding? You're throwing shade on a Burberry deal from Walmart, a publicly traded Fortune 500 retailer, in order to save $3.30 from some questionable online fragrance seller - Foreverlux???

I just googled the BBB review for Foreverlux and while the BBB gives them an A+ rating (which their rating system is a joke)... you need to read the complaints. They're bad! There are complaints about fakes, opened/used bottles, the seller not responding, undelivered products with no tracking confirmation that they then refuse to issue a refund. You can read for yourself, but I'd NEVER order from this seller, let alone trust Foreverlux over Walmart on a designer fragrance purchase.

Read for yourself:
https://www.bbb.org/us/nj/hackens...complaints

48 total complaints in the last 3 years

of those, 14 complaints were closed in last 12 months

Complaint Type
Advertising/Sales 4 Billing/ Collections 3 Delivery Issues 17 Guarantee/Warranty 4 Problem with a Product 20
Totals 48
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Are you kidding? You're throwing shade on a Burberry deal from Walmart, a publicly traded Fortune 500 retailer, in order to save $3.30 from some questionable online fragrance seller - Foreverlux???

I just googled the BBB review for Foreverlux and while the BBB gives them an A+ rating (which their rating system is a joke)... you need to read the complaints. They're bad! There are complaints about fakes, opened/used bottles, the seller not responding, undelivered products with no tracking confirmation that they then refuse to issue a refund. You can read for yourself, but I'd NEVER order from this seller, let alone trust Foreverlux over Walmart on a designer fragrance purchase.

Read for yourself:
https://www.bbb.org/us/nj/hackens...complaints

48 total complaints in the last 3 years

of those, 14 complaints were closed in last 12 months

Complaint Type
Advertising/Sales 4 Billing/ Collections 3 Delivery Issues 17 Guarantee/Warranty 4 Problem with a Product 20
Totals 48
You must be kidding. 48 complaints in 3 years is not a big deal. You should look up your local WalMart store on BBB. Mine has $4K complaints in 3 years.
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You must be kidding. 48 complaints in 3 years is not a big deal. You should look up your local WalMart store on BBB. Mine has $4K complaints in 3 years.
Well then, are you planning to order from Foreverlux? Also, there are plenty of reasons to hate Walmart, and I avoid the physical store at all costs... but I'd never accuse Walmart of fraud or selling fake items or refusing to refund a return.
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You are incredibly ignorant to say such a thing. I am what's called a "frag head" and have ordered over 40 fragrances from them without incident. I know all the players in the industry and, unlike you, I know the difference between a good deal and a bad one.

Have you checked out their eBay profile? 114,000 positive reviews!

While opinions are welcome, you literally have no idea what you are talking about here. Walmart has way more complaints and when you consider the volume of fragrances Foreverlux sells and factor in covid for the past 20+ months you likely have your answer.

"I just googled the BBB review for Foreverlux and while the BBB gives them an A+ rating"

Stop chiming in where your opinion is just that - an opinion. Not based in fact or experience.
Dude, an ignorant person doesn't look up the company's BBB review prior to posting his comment. Also, your voice is getting kinda, idk, kinda... shilly. A "frag head," uhmm, no, I've never heard anyone being referred to as a "frag head," either. Not sure what subreddit thread you're treading in where words like "frag head" are actually complementary, but I think you either don't know what YOU are talking about, or you're deliberately misrepresenting Foreverlux because you have some type of financial interest.

Also, 48 complaints to the BBB doesn't mean there were only 48 unhappy customers, it means that 48 people were pissed off at Foreverlux enough to write a horrible review on the BBB.

So, you don't like the BBB. Maybe you've heard of a little outfit named "Trust Pilot?" Yeah, their reviews on Trust Pilot are horrible, as well. Here's one I picked at random where the customer says they should change their name to ForeverSux LMAO
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Should be called ForeverSux
Customer service at this outfit is horrible if you have a problem. I have ordered and received quite a few orders just fine, albeit slowly, because of their bargain-basement shipping arrangement with DHL Ecommerce/USPS. But their prices are the lowest, so you expect they have to find a way to offer those and still make money. However, they should (and do) know things will go wrong. You, as the customer, are out of luck. I saw on the tracking that my latest delivery arrived at DHL. DHL tracking said the package was tendered to USPS. USPS tracking says they never received. I contacted ForeverSux a few days later, letting them know my package must be lost. Long story short, the rep lied at first about what the tracking meant (hello, I can read). Then said she would contact DHL and let me know "when she heard something." No time frame given. I said I wanted my product, but a refund would be OK. After numerous email exchanges where the rep stalled and would never directly answer questions, she said she "could not" refund until "21 businesses days" (business happens every day on the internet, doesn't it?) after ship date. Oh, and that was only AFTER DHL somehow confirmed they lost the package. What a crock! They know the package is lost and their customer is not happy, but they do not care. Their business model must be to spend all their money on internet advertising, offer the lowest prices and hope not to anger enough people to run off all the customers. It might work for a while.. Do yourself a favor and go elsewhere. It's worth a couple extra bucks.
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Are you kidding? You're throwing shade on a Burberry deal from Walmart, a publicly traded Fortune 500 retailer, in order to save $3.30 from some questionable online fragrance seller - Foreverlux???

I just googled the BBB review for Foreverlux and while the BBB gives them an A+ rating (which their rating system is a joke)... you need to read the complaints. They're bad! There are complaints about fakes, opened/used bottles, the seller not responding, undelivered products with no tracking confirmation that they then refuse to issue a refund. You can read for yourself, but I'd NEVER order from this seller, let alone trust Foreverlux over Walmart on a designer fragrance purchase.

Read for yourself:
https://www.bbb.org/us/nj/hackens...complaints

48 total complaints in the last 3 years

of those, 14 complaints were closed in last 12 months

Complaint Type
Advertising/Sales 4 Billing/ Collections 3 Delivery Issues 17 Guarantee/Warranty 4 Problem with a Product 20
Totals 48
Forever lux is legit. I've ordered from them twice and received legit fragrances both times.

You may trust walmart over them and that's fine but just know I haven't had any issues with fragrance lux either. People complain about walmart all the time btw. A place like Fragrance Lux gets fragrances wholesale and stores them in their warehouse. Sometimes the heat can kill the top notes of a fragrance, which lends to people thinking they've gotten a fake/dupe. Also "frag head" is a stupid term but it is used a ton in the fragrance community that you're unaware of.
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You get what you pay for.

A lot of people fail to understand that perfumes and colognes have shelf life.

I advise you to look up the production date before unwrapping and opening the box. If it's old, just return it.
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You get what you pay for.

A lot of people fail to understand that perfumes and colognes have shelf life.

I advise you to look up the production date before unwrapping and opening the box. If it's old, just return it.
What's the shelf life / acceptable "old" range?
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What's the shelf life / acceptable "old" range?
3-5 years is the average of acceptable range
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3-5 years is the average of acceptable range
For certain fragrances, a 5+ year old bottle will go for triple the price - obviously proper storage is required.

I have ordered from ForeverLux in the past with zero issues. FWIW, ForeverLux has proven to be a legitimate seller within multiple fragrance communities (facebook, reddit, forums, etc).
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