Singapore / Singapura / 新加坡 / சிங்கப்பூர் (Singapore)
Just sharing my two cents worth here. Having to provide proof of receipt, warranty card, care card, paperbag, etc may not exactly prove the item’s authenticity. Trust the Seller, not the receipt. Someone I know recently got scammed by an online Seller who claimed their items are all authentic. They provided the full set, care card, warranty card, receipt, dustbag, paperbag. Except for one problem. The item itself is NOT authentic. The Seller argues, saying there is proof. The only thing that was proven was, he/she is an Untrusted Seller. So before you go asking for “proof of receipt”, ask urself if it’s worth buying a knockoff (perfect fake item), or if u can settle for less (slight imperfections but genuine). Not directed towards anyone in particular. Not related to any Seller.
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