TRAVIS SCOTT 1’s LEGIT CHECK PLEASE! GOD BLESS YOU

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The price alone should let you know they are fake. No one is selling a new pair in your size for that low, the market price right now is about double.
I would recommend that you avoid all pairs with a QR code size tag, over 99% of the time they will be fake. This pair is easy to spot just by the text flaws on the label and the size stickers, but there are much better quality fakes out there, so you may want to do a bit more research before spending that money.
 
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The price alone should let you know they are fake. No one is selling a new pair in your size for that low, the market price right now is about double.
I would recommend that you avoid all pairs with a QR code size tag, over 99% of the time they will be fake. This pair is easy to spot just by the text flaws on the label and the size stickers, but there are much better quality fakes out there, so you may want to do a bit more research before spending that money.
I actually had a kid trying to convince me that a pair he had found selling for $375 were legit. I told him without even looking at pics and based on price alone I wouldn't touch it. Even if the pics looked good it was most likely a bait and switch scam. The sellers story was they were given as a gift and the seller didn’t care for them. I tried to explain that anyone who has an authentic pair of TS 1’s knows exactly what they can get for them and that no one would leave about a grand on the table. He kept trying to convince me so I let it go and told him to post pics when he receives his reps. I never heard back and honestly wasn’t surprised.
 
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I actually had a kid trying to convince me that a pair he had found selling for $375 were legit. I told him without even looking at pics and based on price alone I wouldn't touch it. Even if the pics looked good it was most likely a bait and switch scam. The sellers story was they were given as a gift and the seller didn’t care for them. I tried to explain that anyone who has an authentic pair of TS 1’s knows exactly what they can get for them and that no one would leave about a grand on the table. He kept trying to convince me so I let it go and told him to post pics when he receives his reps. I never heard back and honestly wasn’t surprised.
From the posts I see on this forum, I feel like this happens a lot more frequently then it should. Its probably mostly newer buyers of sneakers who think they found "steals".

It would be great if the people asking for a LC posted the asking price, the seller, and any story that they got from the seller, that way it would be easier to tell if the shoe is authentic or not, without looking too much into the pictures.
 
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From the posts I see on this forum, I feel like this happens a lot more frequently then it should. Its probably mostly newer buyers of sneakers who think they found "steals".

It would be great if the people asking for a LC posted the asking price, the seller, and any story that they got from the seller, that way it would be easier to tell if the shoe is authentic or not, without looking too much into the pictures.
Yeah that’s a good call and would definitely be nice if we got that background before hand. I tried to explain as nicely as possible at 1st but after going back and fourth a few times he just wasn’t getting it and truly thought he had found a steal so I just let it go. There’s only so much you can do to try to save someone from themselves before you have to just chalk it up as a loss and let them do what they want to do. I really hope he didn’t go for it and took my advice.
 
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