Warning: AMAZON & eBay SELLERS USE DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING PRACTICES WHEN SELLING BUBBLE TENTS!

October 7, 2018

Bubble Tents are a Unique and Beautiful Style of Tent

 

It can be especially difficult to find a "genuine" high-quality bubble tent when searching online among all the clutter.

 

This is due to a large number of "sellers" and affiliates that are using photos that are stolen by being copied and then reused online to sell a lower quality brand of a bubble tent.

 

The most significant amount of these stolen photos are being used within Ads that are listed on Amazon and eBay shopping platforms.

 

The photos that you are mostly viewing online are from a company named "BUBBLE TREE", in France.  

 

 

 

They are located at, 6 Rue Lionel Terray, 92500 Rueil-Malmaison, France

                         http://www.bubbletreebubbletree.fr/

 

 

 

Bubble Tree tents are by no means cheap but they absolutely demand the price tag of $8,000 - $10,000.

 

 

 

We gained our inspiration to design and develop an "American" brand of bubble tents after seeing a Bubble Tree bubble tent.

 

However, we never once tried to mislead or deceive anyone into buying a bubble tent from Bubble Huts LLC by misleading or confusing them to believe that I am selling them a Bubble Tree Brand of  bubble tent.

 

I have personally told many others about the Bubble Tree Company and the bubble tents they create, even while trying to gain business for my own.

 

I believe in a "fair and honest" market of trade and having healthy competition.

 

Unfortunately, others don't hold those kinds of core values in business!

 

How do I know?

 

I know, because Bubble Huts LLC went directly to these companies and with the help of the BBB with the proof  I have obtained  in order to expose this problem to them, in the hopes that they would take a hard look at my claim and take action.

 

Unfortunately, I was told that because I'm not the intellectual property holder of the photos, both eBay and Amazon will not take action or do an investigation of their own.

 

I can say that since we have tried to tell them of this issue and have shared evidence with both Amazon and eBay of these practices and their failure to do anything, I can say both of these companies are knowingly facilitating this type of false advertising practices to happen within the product categories of Bubble Tents on their shopping platforms.

 

After  recently discovering how many "infringement and deceptive" Ads there are online for a Bubble Tent, I can say I am alarmed!

 

It amazes me how an item that costs as much as a Bubble Tent does, that these "sellers" don't have to meet any type of  requirements of  proof or verification of the authenticity of the product they are selling.

Why aren't online ads verified as being real or misleading?

 

I understand the fact that both of these companies have a return policy for a consumer but why is it okay for this to happen in the first place?

 

Since when is it okay to use misleading and deceptive advertising practices despite who the owner of the photos are?

 

 

Team members of Bubble Huts LLC have had phone conversations and email correspondence from online shoppers of both Amazon and eBay asking for HELP because the tent they received was not the tent they believed they were buying.

 

The tents these individuals purchased are of a lower quality, the plastic material separates easily from the seams, the zippers break after using their tent within one use, they don't allow you to get in and out of them without it falling on top of you and the blowers are extremely loud.

 

If you are thinking of purchasing a Bubble Tent, I highly recommend you do your research first to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of purchasing a tent from a deceptive ad.

 

To help you a bit on your shopping excursion for a bubble tent online, I have listed a few steps that may help you verify and recognize the true bubble tent ads:

#1. Does the seller of the Bubble Tent product use all of the same photos as every other seller's listings you find online or do they have their own original photos?

 

You can either do a google image search on the photo(s) to see all the different places it populates. If you see the same image populating all over the internet especially on shopping platforms and apps, chances are they are fake!

 

Also, go through each photo the seller is using, sometimes they will slip a photo or two of the real product in that they are going to ship you. Some ads have zero photos of the real product.

 

#2 What do the reviews say about this seller?

 

If you take the time to read the reviews, you not only will gain some valuable insight into the product and the selling history of the seller.

You may even see the ones that have irrelevant reviews and just pure silly remarks. That is a red flag!

 

#3 Pricing is too good to be true!

 

Like I mentioned earlier if  you see a Bubble Tree Bubble Tent photo being used remember that brand of a bubble tent retails for $8000.00 - $10,000.00

 

#4 Does it include where it is shipping from or manufactured?

 

Remember a "real" Bubble Tree Tent is made in France and is sold and shipped from there as well.

 

#5 Is the product shipped at a low cost or "FREE"?

 

A "real" Bubble Tree Tent is not shipped in a package or box, they are far too big and require to be shipped on a pallet. And there real Bubble Tents are never shipped for "free".

 

 

Be smart and be sure that you are spending your hard earned money investing in a real bubble tent and not a cheap low-grade knock-off on Amazon & eBay.

 

If you have any question or if you would like more information about this particular issue please feel free to contact us, we will be more than happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have!

 

 

 

 

 

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