The scrambled shoes are eyeing the domestic sneakers and the shoes are removed from the platform
The sale price is not to buy shoes for yourself, but to wait until the price rises before selling them.
Some explosive sports shoes with low output can sell for dozens of times higher prices after resale.
In the past, "Fried Shoes" focused on foreign sports brands such as Adidas and Nike, but now it has extended its hands to domestic sports brands such as Li Ning and Anta.
The price of domestically-made sneakers that were originally affordable for the people in the secondary market has been fired up to dozens of times the original price.
In late March this year, the "Xinjiang Cotton" incident triggered a wave of domestic consumers' boycotts of international brands, which caused domestic brands to receive a lot of attention and a lot of traffic.
But this was regarded as a new opportunity by the "shoe-fried shoemaker" to enter the stadium by running.
Searching on the Dewu App platform reveals that domestic sneakers have "doubled in value."
Li Ning Wade's Way 4 All-Star Silver White, the reference price is only 1499 yuan, and the price on the platform is as high as 48,889 yuan, an increase of 31 times.
Anta Doraemon joint casual shoes white and black, the reference price is 499 yuan, the speculation price reached 4599 yuan, nearly 8 times.
This immediately caused a large number of netizens to complain, "If you want to buy a shoe, it is either broken or out of stock."
Domestically-made shoes were hyped by shoe dealers, and the topic of how to treat the spread of shoe-speculation fever to domestically produced shoes hit the hot search on Weibo, with hundreds of millions of readings.
According to the financial briefing of the Shanghai Branch of the People's Bank of China, "Beware of the Shoe Frying Craze and Preventing Financial Risks", there are currently more than 10 "shoes frying" platforms in China, including Poison (renamed the thing) Nice, Bullfighting, Get, YOHO!
In-stock, knowledgeable, check, drop store, 95-point sneakers, staring at the tide, etc., show the characteristics of a large number of participants, a large volume of transactions, and sharp price fluctuations.
The briefing also reminded that the "fried shoes" platform is actually a fancy capital game with drums and various business organizations should pay close attention to it and take effective measures to prevent such risks.
What's more noteworthy is that behind the "shoe speculation" industry, there may also be crowd-related economic and financial violations such as illegal fund-raising, illegal absorption of public deposits, financial fraud, and illegal pyramid schemes.
The shift of fried shoes to domestic brands has also attracted media attention.
People's Daily commented that shoes are for wearing, not for speculation.
To curb such crazy practices and unhealthy trends, the regulatory authorities should resolutely take action and cool down this round of shoe speculation through legal means.
Xinhua News Agency also commented that if sneaker fans can't buy the sneakers they want because of "fried shoes", and then make domestic brands lose the trust of consumers, it is tantamount to fishing out and ruining the way for domestic brands to upgrade.
It is worth noting that the "fried shoes" is not the official price increase, but from the operation of the middle "fried shoes".
Many shoe speculators made a lot of money by this, which attracted many outsiders "just about to move."
However, the lawyer also reminded that there are legal risks in frying shoes.
For example, several large shoe speculators colluded with each other to manipulate market prices, which is a violation of the "Price Law"; or to trick consumers or other operators into trading with him may be a price violation.
In addition, the process of frying shoes involves a large amount of funds, and there may also be criminal acts such as money laundering, or illegal absorption of public deposits.
For consumers, if they just hear that "fried shoes" can make money and enter the market blindly, they may face great risks.
Once the price is too high and the bubble is burst, consumers who participate in shoe-making become leeks, and they end up in a situation of "shoes and wealth" due to irrational investment.
On April 6, Dewu App also responded to this round of "fried shoes": the platform does not participate in the price of shoes, individual shoes have been removed from the shelves, and three sellers suspected of maliciously affecting the fluctuation of the price of goods have been banned. .
At present, on the Dewu App, Li Ning sneakers no longer have a price of more than 5,000 yuan. Several "high-priced shoes" mentioned in previous reports have all been taken off the shelves.
In addition, more than 20 sneakers suspected of maliciously affecting commodity price fluctuations have also been taken off the shelves.
Text/Reporter Chen Si