“Ain’t nothing like the real thing, baby.”
— Marvin Gaye
In recent months, apparel scammers and counterfeiters have popped up all over the internet with phony advertisements and bogus websites designed to lure you into purchasing products at low prices. The creators of these “ghost stores” launch digital facades using pirated imagery from clothing websites like ours, and they may target you directly with emails and social media ads. It may appear to be 32 Bar Blues clothing, but it isn’t us promoting it, and it certainly isn’t our product.
To ensure that you’re shopping, communicating, and ordering with us, check the URL in your web browser address bar to confirm it’s our official website: https://www.32barblues.com
Our social media advertisements will always show our logo and name in the upper left corner, and any email communication you receive from us will show @32barblues.com in the address field.
We do not sell our products in stores or on other websites, so be wary of strange low-price offers showing what appears to be our clothing. These phony websites pop up and disappear in “whac-a-mole” fashion as authorities quickly seek to shut them down. You may see strange company names and web URLs ending in .buzz .shop .top .best — or you may receive odd customer service emails originating from hotmail.com, gmail.com, yahoo.com, etc. If you suspect you’ve seen fraudulent marketing of our products — or if you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com or phone 805.962.6613.