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July 7, at Neutral I am sorry for being a bit brash, apologies to all. If you type any set of numbers into the Habanos Authenticity check system, it gives you the same result.
If you take the set of numbers that is on the base of the old Cuban warranty seal green warranty seal you will never get a product reference, as this is not linked.
The Bar code and number set that works on the Habanos tracing system is on the base of the new Cuban seal, which has the hologram at the top, is rarely left of boxes for cigars exported from the country of origin.
As the tracing system we are talking about is to trace where a box comes from and where it has traveled to. This is a tool for distributors and Importers and for Habanos to try and stop parallel markets shipping cigars to places where they are not intended to go to.
Each region has a quota of cigars. The reason that most merchants who export remove these code bars and number sets when shipping abroad, especially to countries where there are legal issues, is to protect the local importer. The cigars distributed via the UK importer are for distribution in the UK only.
This goes for all regions of the world. Here is the Habanos link and their explanation, which as usual is very hard to understand, on how the new seal should be.
They advised no matter what code is used, if it is a incorrect barcode you will get a message advising that the number entered is invalid. Not a message saying you are a victim of fraud if a invalid code is used. Chris is trying to make this more confusing then it really is. If you enter a incorrrect barcode you will get a invalid message.
The invalid message is only repeated if you keep entering invalid barcode. Habanos explains what barcode to use very clearly so a link that he provided is clearly on their site.
Before you even enter the barcode on their site, it tells you exactly were to pull the barcode from like explained in the link from their site. This is my last post regarding this as I have taken my business elsewhere. There is nothing confusing about receiving confirmation from Habanos that I received fakes as the barcode from the seal was recognized as fraudulent Cuban cigars.
Email Habanos for the details or call them directly. Then see how confusing all this really is once they confirm it for you. Habanos Seeker July 30, at They arrived in a bubble wrap type manila envelope. The box of cigars had been vacuumed sealed, and once I removed them, I observed the box of cigars had been opened and the seal broken, which I was aware of this, because on their www site says they check them first, before they ship them I have been to the islands all around Caribbean, and have smoked Cubans for years.
I never once suspected the ones I have received from cigarone were imposters. So after reading some comments, I have found some other information on the net to help spot fakes.
Which I am proud to say, Yes my cigars had a factory code and date ink-stamped on the base of the wooded box. Yes, the Cuban dollar seal is placed with the lid of the box running through the center of the coat of arms.
Yes, the habanos seal is placed across the corner of the box. Yes, there was a certificate of authenticity inside the box. So, I have no doubt they are the real deal. I spoke with the Habanos appointed distributor for Switzerland, Intertabak AG and they verified that they are a dealer of theirs.
Pablo27 August 15, at I have bought from CigarOne. The product shipped to me was of great quality and service was outstanding;however, the verification system in the Habanos S. If casa del Habano is selling fakes then where on earth can we really deposit our trust?
Chris, I think it is in your best interest to get some Habanos S. A backing on this and put and end to it.
Neutral There is a discussion on this website about the Habanos online verification system and apparantly it is very unreliable and genuine codes often come back as frauds.Import/Export Emergency Import Regulations: ID Requirements for US-Origin Pet Birds Importing into the US.
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Inspector Goole dominates and controls the play and enfolds the excitement. Most importantly he adds dramatic effects which engages the audience and makes Priestley’s message more comprehensible.
One way he does this is through language. Act One, continued Note: Arrival of Inspector to end of Act One Summary. The Inspector enters, introducing himself as Goole.
Arthur says he’s never heard of Goole before, despite being an Alderman, Lord Mayor, and “a member of the Bench.”.