It found 47 per cent of victims did not know who to report an online crime to, although this figure is expected to drop through the on-going work of Action Fraud, the UK's national fraud reporting centre - and the considerable Government resources now dedicated to fighting cyber crime.Online Shopping and Auctions Fraud involves a wide variety of methods, including bogus websites, or the exploitation of legitimate sale platforms and spoofed payment services, that whilst looking legitimate, are in fact controlled by the fraudster.Stars like Lenny Kravitz, The Jenner sisters and the Kardashian's all buy their vintage garb there, as do major fashion designers like John Galiano, Jean Paul Gaultier, Dolce and Gabbana and Anthony Vaccarello for Saint Laurent.They go way back: Rachel became close with WGACA owners Seth Weisser (right) and Gerard Maione (left) before they opened their first store back in the 90's.
'But if you're really questioning and you’re leaning on no, then your gut is probably right.' Taking a big leap of faith, Seth and Gerard acquired a space in Soho – where they've been for 24 going on 25 years – pioneering the way for other vintage stores. 'If you look at the market now, everything's homogenized and the quality has gone down,' says Gerard.'You walk into a room and girls can be wearing the same dresses or carrying the same handbag.' Fortunately, with Rachel's tips, you can find some treasures that are all your own!If you're rummaging through bins, yes I would wash it immediately.'But when I leave a place like this, it doesn’t go to the dry cleaner.The more you dry clean the older, more precious pieces, the more they wear over time, so you don’t really want to do that.''I would never give up my collection of Hermes, of course! 'I have a lot of Tom Ford for Gucci from the late 90's and early 2000's and I will never part with those.