Unfortunately over the years many counterfeit decks of Prisma Visions and Light Visions have been created. We try to do our best to get these taken down when we see them, but once we get one taken down another pops up. With the fourth & fifth editions of Prisma Visions all decks come with a Golden Seal of Authenticity on the outer packaging.

Sites like Wish, eBay, Shopee, Alibaba and other large overseas merchant based corporations have many illegally produced decks available. Counterfeit decks are also marked extremely low. If you find a deck for less than $45 USD know that it is a counterfeit, we require all of our retailers to adhere to our pricing. We can't stop you from purchasing these unfortunately, but urge you to support us as we are a small art studio. Each counterfeit deck sold is a little blow to the soul, so please think twice before ordering one!

 

There are a few things to look out for when looking for a counterfeit deck:

- The packaging: the deck will usually come in a different box, most likely a cheaper tuck box that you would often find with standard playing cards. Our boxes are sturdy clamshell boxes with a flip top lid. 

- The price: all of our retailers sell our decks at the $45 price point. Prisma Visions and Light Visions have always been priced this way and it will remain the same. If you buy a deck for less know that there is a good chance it is not legitimate. 

 

-Counterfeit decks do not include a manual. If there is a QR code on the box that the merchant says you can use to download a manual this is incorrect. We do not have a downloadable PDF and there is no QR code on our box.

- The size of the cards: Our cards are 70mm x 120mm (2.75" x 4.75") and only come in this one size and have never been reprinted in a different size. Counterfeits are often smaller in size.

Below you will find some photos of known counterfeit decks, if you notice any circulating online please let us know at jamesreadsmerch@gmail.com 

You can view a counterfeit unboxing at the link here. 

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