They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But we don’t buy it—and neither should you. You may see an official-looking image of our items online at a discounted price and think it sounds like a great deal. The truth is; it’s most likely a fake. And though we’re working hard to stop these illegal vendors, we’re going to need your help, too.
How do you know it's real?
We know how frustrating it is when you purchase a product online and it turns out to be a poorly made imitation. The clasp breaks, the product changes color, the bracelet weighs much more than you expected—these are fakes, and we think you deserve the real deal. We also know that it can be difficult to distinguish between an authentic product and a counterfeit product posted online, so we suggest you only purchase our items from authorized dealers.
You can use our store locator to find a retailer near you: buddhatobuddha.com/shopfinder
Since we know that online shopping is the easiest way to get our quality items delivered to your doorstep, we’ve enlisted the help of Pointer Brand Protection to remove counterfeit listings and protect you from purchasing disappointing imitation items.
How can you help?
If you come across a suspicious seller, please help us fight the fakes and report it here:
Report a fake
If you're in doubt, don't buy it
The only way we can guarantee that you’re purchasing an authentic Buddha to Buddha product is if you buy it from an authorized retailer. Be warned: all other vendors may not be legitimate. In short, if you’re in doubt of the product’s validity, we recommend that you do not buy it. We only want the best for you, so please shop carefully.