visvim has OCD when it comes to quality. thats pretty much their mission statement. to make high quality, functional everyday pieces that last. thats why all their items have the best material and excellent construction. this means you shouldnt feel that the material is too thin somewhere or that the stitching is off somehow. it certainly shouldnt be misspelled. it might be like you say, that these particular bags didnt pass inspection but i really doubt visvim would go ahead and release a b-grade version that is subpar. if it doesnt pass inspection, it is most likely discarded.
im not sure where the visvim factory is located. i thought it was in korea, but assuming it is in china, you would never have a real visvim bag shipped directly from the factory. also, bridge is not an official visvim account. so they are somehow getting their visvim through the back door.
trust your first instinct. its not just one thing wrong with this bag. its many: the shady store, no box, shipped from china, misspelling, poor construction. too may things wrong for it to be coincidence. i listed even more inconsistencies with the visvim tags in that other thread. im sure if you compared it side by side to a real visvim backpack, you would find many more differences (ask that dude from hip if he can bring it in his pack so you can see for yourself).
all this means that it is definitely not an official visvim backpack. best case its a b-grade. worst its a fake.
you can keep it if you like, but it's not like you are getting a great deal on it either. 360 is a fair price. its more than japanese retail (especially for when these came out). shit, the ecats were selling at union for 380. these were never going for 600+ like that dude thinks. if i paid 100 i might consider keeping it. but 360, never. thats paying full price for a subpar/possible fake. complain to bridge. accuse them of selling fakes. get your money back. buy yourself a real one for the same amount.