Post # 1
anyone ever here of dynamicbrides.com? i recived an e mail off them to say they copy wedding dresses for a fraction of the price.i e- mailed them a picture of mine 1650 euro and they will make and ship it for 499 dollers, nothing , thats what scares me. has anyone ever heard of then or seen there work? or do you know if anyone ever used them
Post # 3
I personally think that this company sounds like a scam…..but that is just me. I do not know for sure, but I would certainly be careful when purchasing dresses off of the internet. Even on here there have been vendors who have scammed people. Be extremely cautious and explore reviews from other brides. If there is a paucity of info, I would seriously consider whether or not I would want to take that kind of gamble.
Post # 4
I’m always, ALWAYS wary of posters who only have a couple of posts and are espousing the amazing virtues of a particular company. I’d do more research before buying from them….that’s a lot of money to lose!
Post # 5
@crayfish: I completely agree. I would be weary of a reply stating how good something turned out if they haven’t really established themselves on weddingbee (commented on posts unrelated to what you’re asking).
Post # 6
Okay, all five of Des74’s posts have to do with Dynamic Brides. Just pointing that out…
Post # 7
I just have one comment and it is not to offend anyone but just a thought coming from a design background and it is my personal opinion. I don’t know about dynamic brides but from just the sounds of it, why would you buy from them knowing they are copying someone elses designs? I understand that people want a designer look, but if they are copying another gown I think that is just a bad business all together. Finding inspiration is one thing, but outright copying is another.
Post # 8
something really weird is going on here. eileenguiry also has two posts about dynamicbrides.com o_o;
Post # 9
People are only being negative because:
1) Most reviews here of replica companies have been bad (poor fit, fabric quaility, workmanship, etc.), so most of the time it’s taking a huge risk to have a dress replicated.
2) Several Chinese replica companies have been spamming the boards lately with fake users posting positive “reviews”. It’s painfully obvious when this happens. I’m not saying that you or Dynamic Brides is doing that, but it’s been happening enough that people are naturally very wary of users whose only posts are positive reviews of replica dress companies.
Post # 10
Also, you keep bringing up their address and phone number as “proof” that they’re a legit company, but the address given on their webpage is fake. There is no such city as Cotton Valley, New York (at least according to Google or Google maps). The zip code goes to Valley Cottage, New York. The phone number goes to an unpublished landline in New York, New York.
Post # 11
Very good eye, Hive. We’ve got it from here!
Post # 12
thank guys id say its a scam alright they contacted me through this site so watch out for fakes
Post # 13
Copied from another thread:
Just as an update to my earlier post, Dynamic Brides updated their website to change their city address from Cotton Valley to Valley Cottage. It’s very possible that their webmaster did make a legitimate mistake, but just to be clear, the address listed now (616 Corporate Way, Suite 2, Valley Cottage) is a “virtual address” and not a physical one. It can be legally purchased by anyone, domestically or internationally, to act as a mailing address (kind of like a P.O. box except it looks like a street address). So the location of the actual company base/site of production is unclear.
I also found many more illegitimate reviews of the company by searching “dynamicbrides” — almost identical “reviews” being posted under different names all over the web. This is a good enough reason not the trust the company…