Warning Signs That Tell the Item You’re Buying is Fake

8Fastening and stitching

When you buy authentic products, the stitching of those products will be cleaner and visible than their counterparts. It is possible that the stitching on authentic products will be clear and straight. On the other hand, counterfeit items will not have almost straight lines and stitching. Likewise, the fastenings of the counterfeit items will peel after using once. Or else, fastenings can be cheaper, lightweight, and glossy. Original brands will use a matte finish to their pulls and zippers. Make sure the zippers of the products run smoothly and fastenings feel heavy.

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9Wrong arranging of logos and hallmarks

If you are about to buy a branded product like shoes, then make sure that you see the pictures of the shoes first online. Make sure you know where the hallmark and logo should be on the products. Some brands put their logo or hallmark only in some specific places, with unique shapes and fonts. Counterfeit products may contain logos or hallmarks that are in slightly incorrect positions. The logo and hallmark will not be as accurate on counterfeit products.

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Wrong arranging of logos and hallmarks

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10Poor packaging

Big brands always want to avail their products in the market only if they have great finishing. The brands will pay more attention to the packaging, while counterfeit items can have very poor packaging. If the packaging looks dirty, seeded clothes, faded colors, or has an overall damaged look, this probably means you are about to buy a fake product. Above all, counterfeit products will not pay more attention to the packaging. So, it can be easy to differentiate between fake and original products.

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