This is the support website for the Legit Check App. Download it here (click me).
For any kind of feedback or suggestion, feel free to contact me at email@example.com or any social media handle at the bottom of the page.
Couple of things you need to know before using the app
- The main purpose of this app is not to call out people who wear replicas, but to prevent people from getting scammed.
- The higher the demand is for a shoe, the closer the replica will be to the original.
- 98% of the fakes will fail the barcode scanner test — the concept is explained in the accompanying article, make sure you give that a read. It will save you a lot of time.
- Guides are structured on “tells”. You see them on the menu with the white background and coloured squares (e.g. size tag, box label etc). Buttons are ordered so that the most important tells are higher — this means that usually you should be done with authenticating an item thanks to the first buttons. If you have doubts, see the other tells.
The reason for doing this is that if something’s wrong on a topmost-tier fake, it will probably also be wrong on low and medium tier replicas. Most of the time you’ll stop after the first or second button but if you still have doubts, there are some other things you can check to be sure.
The information found here is based on opinions and knowledge of those sneakers and do not represent any company or brand. Legit Check App, Ch Daniel and any other entities related to this service can’t assume any responsibility as it’s up to the user to use its’ judgement.
We do not encourage the purchase of fakes, as we’re aiming to work against that by offering people the information needed to make sure they buy the authentic version. The reason some of the photos have blurred backgrounds is so that we don’t promote replica sellers’ contact.
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