Rt that still does not make much sense. If the counterfeit site link takes you directly to basicstero, how does that benefit the counterfeit site? They will lose sales.
Are you saying the fake codes will check out as legit product if you check the codes at a counterfeit site?
yes, that is what they use the site for -- to have people check fake codes on counterfeits.
Think about it. They do not lose sales. They already sold the fake from their fake re-seller. Then the fake re-seller refers customers to the fake company page to verify the seller and the product.
By them having the fake page direct to the official store, it just further makes them look real.
After all, look it is confusing some of you here -- so just think how effective it is to ignorant folks that have less access to info.
I work for the real company and I am telling you guys these are fake site designed to scam. Look on the real company page (link in "code" box below) at the news section and it lists some of these known fake sites. Clearly they are fake, and they would not add things to their fake site unless it helped their goal is not to get new customers on the fake company page -- they already sold to the customer if he is even checking the fake page -- their goal is to look legit to fool people that buy from a fake official re-seller.
Having a link to Basicstero fools people for the exact reason you guys are confused (why would a fake site want to advertise the real seller?) and makes the fake page seem more real and effective for verifying the fake sells and fake codes. Its a big scam well thought out.
And, they have to produce counterfeits -- all this work means Pharmacom has such an excellent reputation that it is worth it for scammers to go to such great lengths.
Hope that helps clarify.
Take home message is that Pharmacom is awesome, worth people trying to fake, and the way to BEST be safe from the scam is to simply buy directly from Basicstero