Boycott StockX!

Boycott StockX!

0 have signed. Let’s get to 200!
At 200 signatures, this petition is more likely to be featured in recommendations!
Julio Serna started this petition to Stockx and

Hi everyone,

I am making this petition in order to get public awareness to boycott StockX.

Recently, StockX was hacked and more than 6.5 million user records were stolen. The stolen data included credit cards, emails, passwords, and home addresses. 
It is also being reported that the stolen records were sold on the dark web for a total of $300. 

StockX ultimately decided that they would not make their users aware that their data was potentially stolen. Instead, they decided to just send users an email saying that their systems were being updated and needed their users to change their password. 

Going with their unethical business practices, there have been many reports of StockX users receiving fake sneakers and clothing. StockX guarantees with every purchase that your purchased items will be 100% authentic or your money back. There have also been sellers on StockX who send in 100% authentic items and receive emails saying that their items were not authenticated. 

This petition is also being made is because I am a long-time user of StockX and was affected by the hacked data. In the past two months, I have had two accounts which were both hacked. The hacker used my credit card and purchased sneakers without me knowing. I contacted StockX about the situation and the orders were quickly canceled.

Although the orders were canceled, both of my accounts had to be deactivated. Leaving me to restart my sales and StockX level. I asked their support if my sales could be transferred over but apparently, nothing could be done.  As someone who as paid insanely high fees to StockX, I believe this is not right and should have been compensated with something. 

All I ask is for my fellow sneakerheads and resellers to sign this petition to boycott StockX in order to get some action from the company. 

Thank you. 

 

0 have signed. Let’s get to 200!
At 200 signatures, this petition is more likely to be featured in recommendations!