The merchant inflates the prices to unreasonably high numbers and then discount them, they're still over priced (however they claim their products are better than large department stores. Another frequently used scheme by the owner Josh is that he offers some type of free gift, e.g. a counterfeit Fendi charm the owner claims to worth $700 but such counterfeit products are sold at $10 on Ebay, or he offers if you buy two coats the other one can sell to you at a much lower price from the price shown on the tag, or even a dollar (remember the prices are usually inflated by 5-10 times). Trust me, you'll still be better off shopping for a designer's brand - Fendi, Gucci. If you're not an experienced shopper, I recommend that you go to Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus. It is a shame that there are not many stores in the area where you can compare products and prices and they certainly have taken that big advantage. Do enough research before you go, so you won't get scammed by this store, or simply go to the New York city and shop in the big department stores or their websites. Extremely dishonest though very eloquent seller who makes you believe weasel fur is more expensive than Mink fur.
Posted: 2/02/2016 • Last edited: 2/03/2016 • Link to this review
When someone makes my wife that happy, I need to take the time to write how appreciative I am. I haven't seen her that excitied since her grandchildren were born. Thank you so much for you wonderful service, selection, and expertise. We'll be back for another jacket next fall. Anybody looking for the best in the fur market, this is the spot!.
Posted: 1/09/2013 • Link to this review
Mr. Reichbind took a beautiful mahogony mink jacket coat to restyle. After a full year and many requests, he finally asked how I wanted it sheared. I didn't just the full fur. At that point he said the coat was held up in customs. Thsi went on for a further 8 months. He then tried to give me a coat of far inferior mink, saying that I had forgotten what my coat looked like. AHA -- I still have the hood. I hate to go to court, but that's where we're headed.
Posted: 6/28/2012 • Link to this review
I think its safe to assume the pervious review was written by a less successful business. Reichbinds store is beautifully furnished. I was greeted by a helpful gentleman who turned out to be the owner, David. I asked him to help sell my deceased mothers' furs. Three weeks later I received a check in the mail for the full amount I was asking for them. Thank you Reichbinds! Job Well done.
Posted: 3/22/2012 • Link to this review
Beware! I was not paid for two beautiful coats, that I had brought in, for close to 3 years! Each time I made the trip in to inquire into the status, I was told that my coats were sold but being paid gradually over time and that I couldn't now get them back (although I had wanted at least one- the Mink, back) and that the buyer(s) couldn't afford them any other way. I kept agreeing to More time and I naively went away going along with this. But, and for my long wait, I was paid a mere $260.00 per coat. One was a cerulean, white mink, and the other a "Tanuki", full length raccoon (original cost over $5,000.00) in perfect condition. The final blow, and insult, came today when I tried cashing their check that I FINALLY received yesterday, and it was returned for "insufficient funds". Returned to receive cash. All this trouble for so little in return. Highly questionable honesty/ suspect business practices.
Posted: 1/15/2011 • Link to this review