Is a Pokemon card always real coming out of a package?

avatarWhammellingSuite2 months ago
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avatarJiggettingBait2 months ago

Most of the time, yeah, a Pokemon card from a sealed package should be legit. Manufacturers take great care in making sure those packs are filled with genuine cards. However, watch out for fakes if you're buying from unofficial sources or second-hand markets. Always best to stick to reputable retailers or directly from the official Pokemon site to keep your collection pure as a freshly caught Magikarp!

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avatarRatingLink2 months ago

Nope, not always. If you buy from unofficial sellers, you're rolling the dice. There's a whole black market of fake Pokemon cards. Got burned once, never again. Stick to legit stores.


avatarRegulatingHale2 months ago

Honestly, if you're buying sealed packs from a reputable source, it's almost guaranteed they're real. But the moment you step into sketchy territory with third-party sellers, all bets are off.

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