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How to tell fake and genuine Thomas Sabo

fake and genuine Thomas Sabo charms

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The many different Thomas Sabo Charms have become more and more a lucrative business for counterfeiters. Especially in the online world there are many shops that do not offer original Thomas Sabo products. What you should pay attention to in order to catch the scammers, you can find here in our guide to tell fake and genuine Thomas Sabo charms.

PAY ATTENTION TO THE ORIGINAL THOMAS SABO ENGRAVING

A first feature to look out for to tell fake and genuine Thomas Sabo charms is the engraving of the jewels. Usually the lettering Thomas Sabo is always on the products, but not the slightly more curved font is used, but the simpler lettering. In addition, the 925 should be engraved, because this number is considered to indicate that it is real sterling silver.

fake and genuine Thomas Sabo charms

TAKE A CLOSE LOOK AT THE CHARM CLUB BRACELETS

The matching bracelets for the original Thomas Sabo Charm Club range are available in various finishes, for example with white beads or as a silver link bracelet. The link bracelets normally always have a separate, round pendant in ring shape at the end of the arm chain, on which the lettering Thomas Sabo Charm Club can be read clockwise. In the case of the beaded bracelets, to tell fake and genuine Thomas Sabo, on the other hand, a silver link is integrated directly into the bracelet, on which Thomas Sabo Charm Club is also engraved.

fake and genuine Thomas Sabo charms
fake and genuine Thomas Sabo charms

TAKE A CLOSE LOOK AT THE CHARMS

The large selection of charms unfortunately makes it easier for the counterfeiters to fake the products, because as a buyer you often don’t have an overview of which pendants actually exist in the original. Therefore, to tell fake and genuine Thomas Sabo charms, check before purchasing whether the respective charm is offered by Thomas Sabo at all. This is best done on the official website of the jewellery label or you can ask the customer service directly.

fake and genuine Thomas Sabo charms

TAKE A CLOSE LOOK AT THE SHOP PAGES

As already mentioned, there are a variety of shops offering plagiarism, especially among the popular Charm Club products. Therefore, always check the URL when you shop online, because Thomas Sabo’s only official page is: thomassabo.com. All other URLs, such as salethomas.com or thomasaboschmuck.de are not official providers and the risk of hitting fake products here is relatively high. If you have landed on a fake shop, you often recognize it at first glance. Spelling errors and grammatical incorrect sentences are probably anything but serious and a clear indication of a scam page.

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