Real vs. fake DIESEL belts. How to spot fake diesel products

The majority of the Diesels listed on the internet are fakes. But the good news is that after a bit of practice in the ways of authentication, you should be able to decipher what is authentic and what isn’t in no time. It’s not too difficult! Price: Most authentic Diesels will NOT be listed with a BIN of $45. If it seems too good to be true, then it probably is. On rare occasions, poorly listed authentic Diesels will sell for cheap, but do NOT bank on multiple authentics going for under 70 dollars. No profit is made on 180 dollar jeans that sell for a fraction of that price. Quantity: If a seller is selling vast quantities of the same cut/wash, they’re almost certainly fake. Avoid sellers who have 15 pairs of X-Rotuck 796 for sale or who have 50 items listed but only 6 different cu

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