Spotting a Fake K Six one 90

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  1. supertrex

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  2. meowmix

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    Good article. Catches most, if not all of the indicators.
     
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  3. The_Question

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    The first link is a repost...

    Can't tell what the 2nd link is...
     
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  4. PrinceMoron

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    Thanks for stopping by my site - what did I miss?

    I should add something on the guys hijacking accounts, and then get their hands on buyer's bank accounts. Also drop shopping I guess.

    I was thinking of putting up a website rather than using google free pages, then I could beg for donations and spend the loot on fakes which I could analyse.

    Good news is that eb*y terms and conditions are changing so I wil get postage refunded too - so I can buy from the states, get the fakes shipped over, keep the racket and get all my money refunded. Buying abroad means there is no danger of bumping into someone I have annoyed!
     
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  5. PrinceMoron

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    That is me too, but the photos on eb*y review pages are tiny, also no html or links allowed.
     
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  6. film1

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    Does Fed use a real k90?
     
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  7. audioaffliction

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    You know, it'd be great to also list known sites that sell fakes. I've come across one or two and also a couple on craigslist whom I never heard from again, once I explained that I wanted to visually inspect the racquet to make sure it was authentic.
     
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