With the yearly increase in prices of luxury goods from brands like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Gucci, consumers are now resorting to purchasing luxury goods from the resale market. However, consumers are now more susceptible to purchasing a counterfeit bag. 
With such concerns to consider, especially with the holidays quickly approaching, Joyce’s Closet now offers a new service that provides legitimate authentication for Chanel and Louis Vuitton handbags. Services such as basic verbal authentication, electronic certification, and mailed hard-copy certification are now accessible with the help of an expert luxury authenticator. 
This new process ultimately eliminates both the stress and hassle of attempting to determine if your luxury item is or was a lucrative investment when the idea of reselling or purchasing is at the forefront. It’s highly imperative that shoppers protect themselves from purchasing counterfeit luxury items and this new service promotes a transparent operation for proving luxury handbags to be completely genuine. 
In a morning news segment featured on Breakfast Television, Joyce’s Closet owner Joyce Jebose breaks down the process of “How to Spot a Fake” offering savvy advice including what consumers should do when wanting to purchase a luxury item from the resale market as well as what are some red flags shoppers need to look out for to identify a counterfeit item. 
If you are in a predicament in which you accidentally purchased a counterfeit item, Joyce’s Closet authenticating services can help you with PayPal, eBay and credit card claims process to help you regain lost funds from the unfortunate transaction. Simply photograph your luxury item featuring angles including the front, exterior logo, ‘made in’ tag, serial number, and hardware engraving, submit photos to, and let the authenticating process begin. Responses to submissions are sent out within a 24 to 48 hour time period. 
Be authentic and keep it real with Joyce’s Closet specialized authenticating services today! Visit  for here for more information.

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