Fake vs Real Coach Products. How to tell if a coach bag is real or fake. read more
Most fakes don't bother to put a liner, and if they do its very low quality...also look at stitching.
There are two kinds of fake Coaches in this world, a purse you procure from a not-too-reputable dealer or a sarcastic trainer-of-athletes. Lets say your boyfriend just gave you a Coach purse. If you have been dating a guy and he tells you he owns a... read more
Honestly the best way to tell a fake Coach handbag is to write down the serial number (should be an approx 3inch by 3 inch leather label inside with the number on it) and call the Coach 1-800 customer service number found at Coach.com, give them the number to find out if it is indeed authentic. Also the hardware should say Coach on it for instance the hardware that attaches to the bag.
You will know it's a fake "coach" at the stroke of midnight when the coach turns into a pumpkin, the footmen turn into mice, and the handsome prince starts to look for you with your glass slipper in his hand. Good luck, Cinderella!
You can tell a Coach is fake if you buy it from a flea market and the guy selling them offers you two for $50.
A fake "coach" sits in an armchair and yells at the TV during games. A real coach is out on the field.
It is hard to imagine that anyone buying a bag off a street vendor or a flea market or for $10 on an auction site could begin to imagine it is a genuine designer bag. The price is always a dead give away, as is the lack of serial number and the quality of the hardware. The more classic coaches don't have c-s printed all over them, they tend to be plain leather, but they all have the coach serial number inside along with quality stitiching and hardware.
So, maybe you enjoy a really nice handbag, Coach makes beautiful bags. If you are going to spend money on a nice handbag you want to make sure it is a real handbag, and not a fake one. Here are ten tips on helping you determine if your coach... read more
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