which is the point: how can anyone tell if they’re fakes or not; or if they’re secondary market resales? like i said, take a certain ubiworkshop tshirt, look at the tshirt brand (not the printed ubiworkshop logo at the inner collar area on some shirts), and they are your standard apparel brand (e.g., alstyle on most of mine). other than the fact that i ordered them from ubiworkshop with matching paypal receipt, there’s no way to differentiate them from the knockoffs (or resales). which is not so good on ubiworkshop’s end ‘coz they provide these great designs, and like i said, i’d support them being they are the authentic stuff, but having no point of comparison to differentiate their wares from the knockoffs is such a crime. do the designs from ubiworkshop have intellectual property/copyright protection on them?
as for the resellers, well, unless ubiworkshop has an exclusivity clause on the products they sell, well, too bad.
to which the suggestion of having a tag or hologram sticker would be helpful. it tells the consumer that a certain product is authentic or not, as well as if it was an item being resold by another store other than the workshop.
oh, and FYI: i was shown the door by the store owner when i tried taking a picture of one shirt (using the excuse i was going to send the pic to a friend who may want me to get that short for her right there on the spot). go figure.