RepArchive surveys were introduced as a weekly series of posts to compound community knowledge and provide more meaningful answers to users from all different geographical backgrounds.(more…)
Due to increasing complaints, and thankfully only threatened lawsuits, we decided to remove all mentions of brand names from RepArchive and our sister site RepLadies.co.(more…)
Running RepArchive costs money: servers, domains, software licenses, legal uncertainties, opportunity costs. But we still make it free for all users and have no content hidden behind a paywall.
If you want to support our free work, this page will give you a few examples of how you can do so and how it helps us. In many instances you don’t even have to pay anything out of your pocket.(more…)
RepArchive.com first went online in 2017. That’s a really long time in the short-lived world of Chinese B2C, where things seem to change every day. Read or watch our video to see what we achieved so far, and where we’re heading(more…)
For about a month now we have been doing big behind the scenes changes – you might’ve noticed when RepArchive was down.(more…)
It was brought to our attention that there are many replica items on our site. Of course we have to react to this shocking revelation, because we honor the rights of trademark owners.(more…)
We’re extremely happy to announce our sponsorship for QC SUITE. Many of you noticed that their servers were down last week. We offered to happily provide them with everything required to keep the service running. The service is now back online.(more…)