Poshmark posted some appealing Facebook ads, so I downloaded the app to give it a try. My first purchase was a pair of black fringe booties. The seller, Kimology, listed the Liliana brand booties as true to size as well as made with leather and suede. I ordered a size larger than I usually wear so I could wear socks with them. I received the booties in 2 days, beautifully packaged, and looking like they did in the pictures on the Poshmark app, but when I tried them on, I couldn't even get my foot past the opening. They were certainly not true to US sizes. When I looked at the materials stamp on the shoe, it clearly said, "ALL MAN MADE MATERIALS."
I contacted Poshmark to let them know about the problems with the booties, and they told me they were reviewing my return request. Since when do I have to wait for a return merchandise authorization for a pair of shoes? I've never heard of such a thing! In a few days they emailed me asking for more pictures. A few more days went by and they refused my "claim." When I contacted Kimology about the misrepresentation of the product she sold me, she said "Poshmark doesn't accept returns if you buy the wrong size." I told her about the MANMADE stamp on the shoes, and asked her to post a picture of a stamp proving otherwise. She ignored me. Kimology continues to sell the Liliana brand on Poshmark, and Poshmark protects her fraudulent business.
I've filed a fraud report with my credit card company, and I do not recommend this website or app in any way.