So those are clearly fake. Anyone who bought those would know they are fake without even checking ITS. Hell the serial number is printed on the box. See what I mean about fakes being obvious.. And yes fakes would have serial numbers still. I guess what I was saying is to have multiple different serial numbers pass ITS and be fake would be nearly impossible. For someone to photocopy a legitimate serial number and laser print it on a box over and over again. Yes that's entirely possible. So in this case you have to look at those boxes and realize they look like shit and just know they are fake. If you ever see a serial number duplicated. Its fake long before you start running ITS. I guess that's why no one talks about it.Ok so he says he had 2 different set of serial numbers on the same box
I guess we had different standards of what we were talking about. Also around here. If you say something. Back it up with proof. Would of saved a bunch of grief.you guys said QR codes aren’t fake, I said counterfeits have real serial numbers on them and I have been barraged by insults and belittlemeant . I have no clue wether they were printed on or etched. There is a ton of fake genos and my point was to try to help people to know what to look for .
I am glad you guys are super knowledgeable but most aren’t .
so you guys are saying anything printed is fake? Numbers need to be etched ?? What’s about braille? Does there need to be braille?
braille is on my pharma T4 and my pharma proviron. Also if originals don't have braille, why would the counterfeiters go through the extra effort of putting braille on the box? Makes no sense.
I was just in Istanbul, and came back with Pharma Test, Primo and T3, they're exactly like the two you've posted here. For example, my Sustanon 250 was about $2 per ampule. I'm returning for GH in a month or two. 6 months worth will cost be a little over $1000. I just walk up to the fridge, open it, and take whatever I want. I live in Beirut, Lebanon now with my wife. Bringing anything into the country isn't a problem
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