Warning: We have found online reviews which state that Bonanza has sold or offered for sale fake designer bags. If this is your boutique you can request to get verified and we will investigate complaints made against you.
Bonanza is an online marketplace that is very similar to eBay and Amazon. This online marketplace allows businesses and online shops to advertise their items for sale. Bonanza has numerous luxury items including handbags from Hermès and Chanel. These items are not listed for sale directly by Bonanza; each seller choose to place items for sale on their own without any approval from Bonanza. This requires you to be cautious when purchasing items from Bonanza.
Just like on eBay, sellers get star ratings and reviews by previous buyers. It’s important to read the reviews before purchasing an item in order to see what others have experienced. Bonanza does not authenticate the items listed on their site, so some sellers may sell fake bags or provide inaccurate information. Getting a refund is quite a tedious process since Bonanza does not offer any direct support. Instead, you must file a dispute with the payment processor used to make the purchase.
Bonanza was launched in 2008 by Bill Harding; an everyday guy who quit his day job to learn how to code websites. Mark Dorsey joined the team and became the official co-founder in mid-2008. Together, the built a large community that has become one of the most popular eBay alternatives on the web with over 10 million products for sale worldwide.
Some buyers have reported Bonanza having a terrible support team. Others have also mentioned that items have arrived late or never arrived at all. One person mentioned having been sold a fake designer bag, while being described as authentic.