Compare Your Genuine U.S. Stamps with Scandalous Counterfeits Today
Counterfeit US stamps have popped up every now and then throughout postal history, but in 2002, we began to see a noticeable rise in the illegal printing of modern stamps. At first, it was mainly coil stamps, but in 2016 counterfeit panes began to appear as well as booklets. In 2020, misleading advertisements appeared offering current stamps at heavily discounted prices to the unsuspecting stamp collector. For this reason, the USPS recommends only purchasing Forever stamps through their website or other trusted stamp dealer sources.
This is your chance to see counterfeit US stamps up-close and compare them to your genuine versions. The scandal surrounding these stamps makes them all the more interesting to collect. And, since you won't be using them as postage, you have nothing to fear from owning them. Order today!