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    Default Tom Ford Tuscan Leather; Potential Fake?

    Hello. I recently purchased a TL bottle from fragrance.net. Would greatly appreciated the groups’ take on these pics. I’m definitely suspicious as the the scent has more of a “purfumy” smell than anticipated, especially during the dry-down. Also the batch number — on the bottle sticker — is stamped in black as ‘A49,’ directly above the word “Parfum’.” It’s very difficult to see unless I shine a flashlight on it. Additionally, this number is also stamped (also in black) above the barcode on the box, also very difficult to see without a flashlight.

    Already reached out to frangrance.net about this but figured I would socialize my concerns with the group.

    Lookimg forward to hearing your thoughts.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Default Re: Tom Ford Tuscan Leather; Potential Fake?

    Anyone?!

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    Back off, buddy!

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    Default Re: Tom Ford Tuscan Leather; Potential Fake?

    Quote Originally Posted by mister_chubby View Post
    Anyone?!
    Weekend attendance on BN is usually lower than weekdays. I expect someone with experience will reply sometime this week.
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    Default Re: Tom Ford Tuscan Leather; Potential Fake?

    Quote Originally Posted by mister_chubby View Post
    Anyone?!
    More photos would definitely help; however, from my end nothing from the photos provided screams red flag.

    Keep in mind that Tom Ford constantly changes the locations and print type of batch codes, some are printed, some are stamped with gold ink.
    FragranceNet does not sell fake fragrances, if you bought this from fragrance net, you can rest assured it's genuine; pay no mind to people who would have you believe otherwise with claims equivalent to "Employees and customers switch out fakes for genuine all the time bro, how do you know someone didn't buy a genuine and return a fake"
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    Default Re: Tom Ford Tuscan Leather; Potential Fake?

    Quote Originally Posted by PartySnake View Post
    FragranceNet does not sell fake fragrances, if you bought this from fragrance net, you can rest assured it's genuine
    This.
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    Looks totally fine. You're good.

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    Default Re: Tom Ford Tuscan Leather; Potential Fake?

    Thank you!




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