Just purchased what I thought was an original battery from a third party seller by way of Amazon and received it today. When I received the battery I noticed something weird about the label. It didn't look right to me. When I read closer there were some misspellings and other oddities, specifically the charging current (760mA, 8.4v should be 1830mA, 8.76v) was incorrect which seemed suspect to me as I have purchased fake batteries in the past for other systems. I poked around here and some other blogs and found a post (elsewhere) that someone had actually contacted Olympus and confirmed the counterfeit battery. Here is the photos and the write-up: 1. Font of text is different from all the examples shown by the ones further processed in Vietnam 2. Japan spelt with a j in lower caps 3. lower max charge current 4. "explode" is spelt "explose" 5. no space after the comma before disassemble 6. spaces not constant in different lines (eg, too many spaces in the words "Do not incinerate" 7. UL Logo is not correct (note the font of UL as well as the placement in the circle). Usually UL logo is something no company can screw up, because the original logo is provided to the manufacturer. If the logo is wrong, the manufacturer of this battery is definitely not UL certified. 8. Missing degree symbols ( º ) next to temperature levels The one on the right is the fake. Olympus confirmed. Please be aware!!! The Seller (Miramar Sales) assumed responsibility and has issued me a return. Said he purchased them from a Vendor at a Las Vegas convention but could not recall which one and seemed generally concerned about the counterfeit and removed all listings from Amazon. He also paid for shipping back to him.