Nov 15, 2019

Get Pokémon GX Cards

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#[[Image:Get Pokémon GX Cards Step 15.jpg|center]]Check for misspellings and other errors in the text. Misspellings in a Pokémon’s name are a quick and simple sign that the card is fake.
 
#[[Image:Get Pokémon GX Cards Step 15.jpg|center]]Check for misspellings and other errors in the text. Misspellings in a Pokémon’s name are a quick and simple sign that the card is fake.
 
#*For example: an error on the name of a Pokémon, like Pikachu being spelled as 'Pekachu'.
 
#*For example: an error on the name of a Pokémon, like Pikachu being spelled as 'Pekachu'.
#See if it bends easily. Be careful when bending, to avoid damaging it! Bend it only slightly. Once you've done that, take another card witch you don't care about and bend that one. If that one is way sturdier than the other, then the other is fake.[[Image:Get Pokémon GX Cards Step 16.jpg|center]]
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#See if it bends easily. Be careful when bending, to avoid damaging it! Bend it only slightly. Once you've done that, take another GX card and bend that one. If that one is way sturdier than the other, then the other is fake.[[Image:Get Pokémon GX Cards Step 16.jpg|center]]
 
#Observe the images on the back and on the front carefully. Sometimes, the images look uneven, or have uneven borders. This is a sign of complete fake. Also, look at the Poké Ball on the back. Then, get another card and compare the Poké Balls. The Poké Ball is supposed to have a dark-blue border. If one card is lighter than the other, then it is fake.[[Image:Get Pokémon GX Cards Step 17.jpg|center]]
 
#Observe the images on the back and on the front carefully. Sometimes, the images look uneven, or have uneven borders. This is a sign of complete fake. Also, look at the Poké Ball on the back. Then, get another card and compare the Poké Balls. The Poké Ball is supposed to have a dark-blue border. If one card is lighter than the other, then it is fake.[[Image:Get Pokémon GX Cards Step 17.jpg|center]]
 
#Look for a thin sheet of black between the cards. All cards, including GX cards, have a black sheet between the cardboard layers. This is what makes it sturdy in the first place. If it doesn’t have a black layer, then it is a no doubt a fake.[[Image:Get Pokémon GX Cards Step 18.jpg|center]]
 
#Look for a thin sheet of black between the cards. All cards, including GX cards, have a black sheet between the cardboard layers. This is what makes it sturdy in the first place. If it doesn’t have a black layer, then it is a no doubt a fake.[[Image:Get Pokémon GX Cards Step 18.jpg|center]]


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