Got a new (supposedly) ASRock Fatal1ty Z370 Gaming K6 today from amazon UK. The box itself had 2 tears around the area where it opens. I will upload a photo. No tape or any other seal. Inside the box the accessories are all sealed. The manual has no creases and looks new. The motherboard I have not taken out its bag, I thought its bag was sealed, which would have eased my mind, but then discovered its not sealed, its not very creased which is good but it has no seal tape on it, the sticker on the cpu socket is lined up perfectly, doesnt look like its been placed again. Are amazon selling returned opened units as new or is it a known thing for new motherboards to have tears on the box and no sealing in place? The cynic in me thinks an arrangement is in place between board vendors and retailers so a policy exists to have no seals and as such a consumer will find it harder to tell if they paying top dollar for a previously opened product. I am trying to think of a good reason why those tears would be on the box, if they were there in manufacturing the box would be put aside and a new one used, which means its been opened after manufacturing by someone. So I am leaning towards returning it. Thoughts? appreciated. Especially if people can confirm if there is normally seals of any kind on asrock boards.