So I'm selling a figurine on ebay and the buyer ask if the figurine is authentic from Japan or fake from China to which I replied.
While authentic Nendoroids are usually also manufactured in China. This is an authentic Nendoroid imported from Amiami.com. As evidenced by this guide to tell real from fake.
2: The very first thing to check is whether they have the round sticker to secure the cover of the box. This is a standard for all GSC nendos.
If you look at my 4th photo the sticker is indeed round.
3: Very poor quality. For example, signs, such as a bad paint job, limbs/head fallen out while in the box. For example, this is my miku nendo:
If you look at the 1st photo, none of the parts have dropped out, Hakase's eyes are painted perfectly aligned.
5: The box. The boxes of real nendoroids are slightly more glossy then those of the fake nendos.
This might be hard to see from the photos, but this box is indeed glossy.
Considering plenty of other sellers putting only stock photos of the figurine on their page, it's a risk to buy Nendoroids on ebay. Please look at my uploaded photos of the actual product to confirm that this is a real nendoroid and not a Chinese fake.
To which he called my reply rude and pretentious. Do you guys know what's wrong with my reply and how I can improve on it? He declined my counter offer but left a message calling me a rude and obnoxious seller.