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How to Spot a Genuine Thomas Sabo Retailer

Thomas Sabo genuine retailer

Fabulous is an official retailer of Thomas Sabo jewellery, but unfortunately there are other websites out there selling fake Thomas Sabo products.

If you’re a Thomas Sabo fan then you want the real thing. If you buy genuine Thomas Sabo then you can be assured that you’re buying great quality jewellery made from Sterling Silver, you can expect great customer service and you’ll know that should anything break it can be replaced. If you buy from a site that isn’t a genuine retailer it is unlikely to be made from Sterling Silver, wont be hallmarked and should the product you buy break – it is unlikely it will be refunded or replaced. Thomas Sabo also bring out seasonal collections, these will only be available from genuine retailers like fabulous.

These four easy tips will ensure that you’re buying the genuine article...

1. Beware of websites offering discounts or cheaper items

If it sounds too good to be true, it most certainly is! Official Thomas Sabo retailers tend to sell Thomas Sabo jewellery and charms at the recommended retail price, unless it is a Sale period or the design is discontinued. This means that new pieces are rarely discounted. If you find a Thomas Sabo item for much less than other sites are selling it, it could easily be a fake.

2. Check the website’s web address

Here comes the technical bit! All official Thomas Sabo retailers have agreed to never use the phrase ‘Thomas Sabo’ in their web address. That means they won’t ever use the designer’s name between the ‘www’ and the ‘.com’ or ‘.co.uk’ part of their web address.

The only valid exception to the rule is Thomas Sabo’s own, official website, easily recognisable as www.thomassabo.com.

3. Look for disclaimers

Some of the websites which sell imitation Thomas Sabo jewellery often have a sentence somewhere in their small print which states that their products are not genuine, but are 'compatible' with Thomas Sabo jewellery. Look for links to pages like ‘Disclaimers’, ‘FAQs’, ‘About Us’, or ‘Terms and Conditions’, and look out for anything suspicious!

4. If in doubt, ask!

If you’re not sure whether a website you’re looking at is selling genuine Thomas Sabo products, the absolute safest thing to do is ask Thomas Sabo themselves, using the contact pages on their official website: http://shop.thomassabo.com/GB-en/contact or call us on 0845 450 9334.

So, if it looks too good to be true, it most probably is. The best thing to remember is that Thomas Sabo jewellery has a recommended retail price that all of us genuine stockists have to stick to. If you ever have any questions, give us a call – we love Thomas Sabo and love talking about it!

We hope this guide has been useful, and helps you shop online with confidence! And of course, you can always buy official Thomas Sabo charms and jewellery at Fabulous!