Nike Claim They Caught StockX Selling Fake Shoes

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

11 May 2022

Sportswear giant Nike have taken a massive swing at the reputation of popular reseller marketplace app StockX by claiming they sell counterfeit shoes.

The companies have been locked in a legal battle after Nike recently took matters to court calling out the marketplace for falsely advertising its promise to properly authenticate footwear. dosis maxima ivermectina gotas  

Nike claim they purchased four pairs of sneakers from StockX between December 2021 and January 2022 – all four of which turned out to be fake.

Nike amended its court filing to state, “Those four pairs of counterfeit shoes were all purchased within a short two-month period on StockX’s platform, all had affixed to them StockX’s ‘Verified Authentic’ hangtag and all came with a paper receipt from StockX in the shoe box stating that the condition of the shoes is ‘100% Authentic.’”

The filling took aim at StockX’s authentication process, noting that they claim their “authenticators are better equipped than anyone” to verify if a sneaker is legit “despite the fact that StockX is not the entity that designed, created, manufactured, packaged, or shipped in the first instance any genuine Nike goods.”

StockX are yet to respond.