We have been discussing the authentification of Paddys rather a lot lately on this forum and one thing has always bugged me. Why do fakes deliberately get it wrong? E.g. the upside-down keyhole or the edging on the leather in the same colour. To me, these are such obvious giveaways, but on the other hand, so easy for the counterfeiters to fix. I wonder if these tell-tale signs are actually done deliberately so that Chloe cannot sue them should they get caught. They can always claim they are making Chloe-inspired bags, rather than replicating the bag exactly. The counterfeiters can always claim that once they sell it to their distributors, there is no way of they can ensure whether the distributors claim authenticity. Of course, with the super fakes, this is another story altogether. What do you think?