I got this ID through the usual means. This is my first fake ID so I wasn't sure what to expect.
As we all know OIS is probably the best vendor in terms of customer service and communication, no complaints. After filling out the information and paying, he got back to me in less than a day, and shipped in a couple days after that.
Cost was $100, so on the higher end but still competitive. Honestly I think its a bit overpriced given the quality of what I got, this ID was more in line with the lower-end ones I've seen.
Absolutely no complaints here, it arrived within a day of when OIS said it would, stealth was impeccable and packaging was good quality. The tracking number worked and shipping started very soon after I made the payment.
The signature looks realistic, its a little less pixelated than on the real ID, because that one uses a signature pad. Possibly the signature font I chose is too fancy for handwriting, but the signatures on UT IDs are so small you really wouldn't notice anyway.
I’ve read on multiple forums that OIS has a crooked template on its IDs. I see what people mean. On both IDs I was sent, the font was crooked in multiple places. One is better than the other, but even on that one, the birthdate (you know, the thing people always check on an ID) is very crooked and even worse, its in a really weird bolded font that catches your attention immediately (unlike on the real ID). I'm considering asking for a replacement.
The photo looks pretty realistic, I provided a good photo to start with. My only complaints are that there's a white glow around the face which is usually a Shop giveaway, and there is no shadow behind the head, so it looks kinda flat. But since on UT IDs the face window is covered with watermarks, it's hard to notice any of this unless you're really looking for it.
Everything was where it should be, pretty much exactly matches the real one. There are some slight differences if I really examine them back to back but no person would be able to tell the fake one just by looking at it.
I did not have a way to test for UV light, and I am not sure if OIS IDs typically work under UV, I'm assuming they do. I'll put a 10, just giving the benefit of the doubt.
It scanned when I tested it out without any problems, I've heard all OIS IDs scan and this one's no different. Should work in real life too.
I have yet to try the ID somewhere but I am skeptical, it doesn't seem like OIS was up to his usual game. I think if just the birthdate was less crooked it would be a lot better. A younger cashier might buy it, or a bartender in bad lighting. I highly doubt it could pass in-state, fortunately I am out of state right now. This is my first ID, so I'm not sure if I should get another one or just use this one sparingly, I can't spend $100 over and over.