Needless to say, we have protected our IJGC-SecurCase thoroughly against tampering. Check the authenticity of your IJGC-SecurCase and online certificate -called e-certificate- with these five easy steps:
1. BOX AND LABEL SEAMS
The label showing the details of the examined item must not be torn anywhere and the seams of the IJGC-SecurCase must not show any signs of having been cut.
2. MATCHING SECURITY CODES
Check the authenticity of your IJGC-SecurCase by sending the certificate number (f.e. 12345-12345) and the security number (combination of numbers and letters) on the left side of your IJGC-SecurCase via email to info@IJGC-worldwide.com. IJGC will check if these numbers match with the IJGC control system.
An extra component to mark the IJGC-SecurCase as being your unique and genuine unit is the hologram on the right side of the IJGC-SecurCase. If it’s not present, if it’s torn or if it hasn’t got a typical metallic shine with a three-dimensional image formed by the interference of light, than the IJGC-SecurCase may not be authentic.
4. VOID SEAL
Our custom-designed void seal will clearly show the word ‘IJGC VOID’ across the label when the seal has been removed. This means that the IJGC-SecurCase has been opened and may no longer contain the original contents. It is therefore entirely possible that the certificate is no longer applicable.
5. MATCHING LABEL AND E-CERTIFICATE INFORMATION
You should also always check, using the QR code on the front left-hand side of the IJGC-SecurCase, that the information on the label matches your original e-certificate. If not, the label may have been changed.