Not sure if this is the best subforum for this or not, but if anyone would know, it would be people here on gbatemp. A couple weeks ago, I came across a huge buy-it-now on eBay for 5 Pokémon distribution cartridges... but the interesting thing is that they came with boxes. The guy actually had 6 boxes total, but only 5 carts. I offered to buy just the boxes, as I already have the distribution carts which I had bought from previous auctions. He said someone had already offered $250 for just the boxes so I offered $275, which he took. Well upon closer look, I'm pretty convinced that they're fake. For one thing, the cartridge ID on the bottom right of the box is for Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, not any of the NFR carts. Despite the barcode area having "NOT FOR RESALE", it also says "for sale, rental, and use only in USA [...]", which also makes no sense. Same with having the customer support number on there... I highly doubt you can just call that number and get help with distribution carts! I've uploaded the 8 photos that were on eBay here: http://imgur.com/1vX1LGG,rmwklJF,2nSP7RY,og185m1,FE4WZLy,FG1eveu,LGgF9oY,bcXigSw Specifically, you can see what I'm referring to in picture 5: At the very bottom left and right you can see what looks like NTR P BKIE USA... NTR-BKIE-USA is Spirit Tracks. I didn't think anything of it when making the offer as his photos make them look like real DS boxes, but upon actually having them in my hand, they feel like someone just printed them on laminated card-stock and stuck them in a DS case (which can be obtained anywhere...) I am curious what people think of this. I don't want to call them fakes right away on the off chance it was just stupidity on Nintendo's part (since after all, the public wasn't even supposed to know about these distribution carts) I know we have people on gbatemp who work(ed) at GameStop. Does anyone happen to remember their store receiving the distro carts in the mail? I'd love to know if they had cases or were just the cart.