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Article about: Greetings, I had to share this solicitation email and images. Months and months go by and each month I get solicited from these "repro factories" overseas who want to make items fo

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    Greetings,

    I had to share this solicitation email and images. Months and months go by and each month I get solicited from these "repro factories" overseas who want to make items for me. One of the drawbacks of having my collection on the website is the amount of solicitation I get. Each time I get one I usually tell them nicely..."NO POSING ALLOWED"...Only deal in the authentic goods". Does not matter as they return with the same message every month & quarter. I particularly like this one's claim they can produce what others cannot.

    Here is the latest message:

    Name: Karizma Work & Co

    Message:
    hi,
    do you have interested in reproduction ww2 ww1 german imperial items? We have very good range of items with very high quality of work most especial on whole sale price.

    Kindly inform us and we will get back to you with our range of products which shall get your very best attention. We produce those items which other companies can not reproduce.

    We will be feel glad to hear from you.


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    No thanks!...
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