While I was walking to my car from Targets parking lot of f Rosecranes in Point Loma a foreigner stating that he was an employee of this major Designer Company based in Italy tried to convince me to buy some jackets he took from work. He spoke with a very heavy accent but I tried to understand what he was saying. From what I could understand he had some Versace jackets for sale and being curious I looked at the merchant dice. Not knowing the difference I expected the insides of the jacket not seeing one Versace name. I was grew more lire of the genuiness of the salesman. He told me the real jackets don't say the name it just has the symbols and initials GV for Versace. I asked him if he had a card it said Malino Collection at the top and had no address. Unfortunately I didn't notice it until latter. He told me the jackets were worth over $1,500 dollars, believable. I asked him how much for the jacket, he told me that I must buy all three at $500.00. I quickly said no, but I was still interested in one sporty leather jacket. I asked how much for just that one. He opposed to the single sale and insisted in the group sale. I told him no and offered him a hundred dollars for it. He said ok, and I gave him the money and before I left I wanted to get my wife one also. So I asked how much for the second one. Another hundred dollars was agreed upon. I left the target, and quickly headed to Fashion Valley to see the validity in the jackets. I was informed that the jackets were not originals and faker than a 3dollar bill. I am deeply sorrow for the sales man whom sales the bogus merchant dice to some one who sees him for what he truly is. Half human and half dog, I sure hope he gets what is coming to him. And if I ever ever ever see him again in this life he will not have to worry about the language barrier cause my body language will speak loud and clear.
San Diego, California