Bolder Than Ever: Fake Seller Garners 1000s of Retweets on Twitter

Wednesday, 5 August 2020
Fake kit sellers are getting more and more bold. We already covered a few prime examples recently, but "WorldClassKits" might take the cake.

They've garnered much attention on Twitter over the last days due to running "retweet challenges" for free shirts, including a Leeds one that managed to rake in more than 1,000 retweets in a little over six hours.



WorldClassKits, who likely source from China, resell unofficial shirts through Etsy at a hefty premium. These fake shirts are available from the likes of DHGate for around £10 and are being sold for upwards of £30.



We would not recommend to buy these shirts at all for a multitude of reasons including quality and ethics. If you are looking for a cheaper alternative to buying official shirts on release day you should try to wait a bit for discounts or shop older season models.

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