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How to identify counterfeit Wilson Tennis Rackets

Wilson: Tennis Rackets

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Edited: Apr 11, 2017

Product Information:

For almost a century, Wilson has been at the heart of sports, shaping and influencing the game with breakthrough technologies and sports equipment that even legends have called legendary.

With a relentless commitment to athletes at every level, Wilson is always looking for ways to stay connected with players, coaches and teams. After all, it is you who makes the game.

Along with success and popularity come the counterfeiters, and Wilson is no exception. Counterfeit versions of many models can be found that appear to be deceptively similar to the authentic product but lack authentic Wilson quality.

Always buy from an authorized Wilson retailer or from Wilson direct. You risk receiving a counterfeit product when you purchase from e-commerce websites including eBay, Alibaba and Amazon. When in doubt, take your product to an authorized retailer and compare it to an authentic item.

There is no warranty on counterfeit products.

Special thanks to The Tennis Shop, Westlake Village, CA for showing and testing the counterfeit rackets we provided. Poor ball control and vibration was noted in the counterfeits.


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Warnings / Hazards:

Only authentic Wilson rackets can be returned, and with proper proof of purchase. If found to be defective, Wilson will, solely at its discretion, provide repair or replacement for the product.

Recommended Action:

If you purchased a counterfeit racket from an e-commerce website (including eBay, Amazon, AliExpress) keep the counterfeit product as proof for your dispute, the manufacturer or authorities. If returned, the seller will claim it is not counterfeit, or re-sell it to another unsuspecting consumer. Contact your credit-card company and dispute the charges -- you have the counterfeit product as proof. Leave negative "Counterfeit" feedback for the seller.

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Contact the Company:

Wilson Sporting Goods Co.

8750 W. Bryn Mawr Ave

Chicago, IL 60631

United States

(800) 874-5930


Product Information:

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Tennis Rackets 

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How to Identify a Fake Product :
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The authentic Wilson ProStaff Six.One 100 has a matte white finish. This counterfeit has a high gloss white finish.

When in doubt, compare a suspected counterfeit item with an authentic product at an authorized retailer.

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Counterfeiters are very good at trying to deceive you.

This counterfeit Wilson ProStaff racket even has an authentic looking serial numbered hologram sticker, although poorly applied.

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This counterfeit Wilson Six.One 100 purchased on AliExpress may appear to be authentic, but it is a counterfeit.

Buyers are easily deceived by listing photos that show authentic looking products and cases.

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Don't let clever listing photos fool you into believing your are getting an authentic product.

It "the price is too good to be true, it usually is."

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Counterfeit products are common on e-commerce websites including AliExpress for a fraction of the authentic items price.

Always purchase from authorized Wilson retailers to ensure you receive an authentic product.


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