How to spot a counterfeit NCC paper

An NCC test paper used to test for counterfeit NCPs can often show signs of wear, but sometimes it’s just a matter of chance.

In the case of a counterfeit paper test paper that the NCC has on file, it can be difficult to tell if it’s real or fake.

But a look at the test paper can help make the difference.

Here are some tips to help you spot a fake NCC testing paper.

How to spot counterfeit NCOsA counterfeit NCD test paper usually has no marks on it or is marked with the NCO test paper logo.

It is usually printed on a glossy paper with a white background.

But sometimes a counterfeit test paper test has an additional blue mark, like the one on the top right corner of the test.

If you see this mark on the test, you may be looking at a counterfeit or a fake test paper.

It will tell you whether the NCP you’re looking at is real or not.

Fake NCCs have been a problem in the U.S. for years.

In the past year, counterfeit NCA’s have been found at some of the nation’s largest retailers, including Wal-Mart, Target, Home Depot, Dollar Tree, BJ’s Wholesale Club and Home Depot.

They also have been spotted at online retailers like Amazon.com and eBay.

A counterfeit NC test paper is often marked with a sticker that says, “Made in China.”

Fake NCC’s also sometimes have stickers on the bottom of the paper that say, “NCC is a trademark of NCC.”

The U.K. government’s National Crime Agency says counterfeit NCEs are a growing problem.

It says the counterfeit NCT’s have become more prevalent in the past several years.

The counterfeit NCRs, it says, are being used in more organized and sophisticated frauds.

It’s not uncommon for counterfeit paper to have multiple counterfeit test papers.

In addition, the NCA has said counterfeits are being found in some of its official tests and NCA test paper labels.

Fake test papers can have a number of other problems.

For example, fake test papers with a black ink finish often have the words “made in China” printed in the bottom right corner.

In some cases, the words may also have a small “X” or “N” in front of them.

Fake test papers that have a white lettering on top of them often have a black lettering.

In addition, counterfeit test pens that use a “NCE” logo on top sometimes have a blue mark on top that says “Made In China.”

Some counterfeit test packets that contain a counterfeit mark have also been found with a counterfeit sticker on the outside of the package.The U