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RAPAPORT The Asian Institute of Gemological Sciences has issued a warning to the international diamond industry over fake gemstone reports bearing its logo The counterfeit reports contain a working QR code that directs users to a fake website with the suffix co, rather than com "Indeed, they have created fake AIGS reports which look like genuine ones" The only way to be sure a report is genuine is to check the AIGS website directly, or to send AIGS a photo of the report by email, he noted.
The AIGS intends to take legal action against the counterfeiters, Ho added. . Source
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