Recently, furry enamel pin maker Fursona Pins announced in a tweet warning of counterfeit Dogbomb pins in circulation, which according to them, was made by an ex-staff who was removed in violation of their policies before.
|Thick outlines (front)||Thin outlines (front)|
|Dark brown sunflower (front)||Light brown sunflower (front)|
|Smooth back||Rough back|
|DB: The post (nail of the pin) on the top left||DB: Posts are closer together|
|SB: Centered pot||SB: Off-center post|
Fursona Pins called on the community to not resell or trade, but instead have these imitation pins mailed to them to be destroyed.
They have lodged a report with the authorities.
Correction (7:46am UTC+8 25/11/2020) – The person described by Fursona Pins to have made the counterfeit Dogbomb pins is not a ex-staff, but by a member of their pin trading and selling community.