it may help with a picture or two
in my opinion its fake as the stampings look new compared to the rest of the disk
Thank you for Your opinion.
Think, a disk is an original. Can eat opinions yet. With kind regards.
Normally if the stamping is newer than the disc, there's evidence of some of the original patina being lost due to the impact of the stamp- a 'halo' on the front and flakes off the back- there's none of that here, so I don't tend to see that issue myself. The lettering isn't a known or obvious fake type, and it's a mix, which is not usual for bad discs either- plus it's a very obscure eastern volunteer disc which has very little value so could be argued not to be worth faking. I don't have any trouble with it.
Ohhhhh- pillage then burn...