I have an official charge pack kit from Microsoft and I recently bought a (supposed to be) genuine Microsoft controller off of eBay (from a high rep seller), the controller looks pretty good if it's a counterfeit (has all the stickers, though they are crooked) but the thing is it won't turn on if I use the charge packs (all three of them work), it will only turn on if I use the battery pack with double A's.
Any solutions? And does this mean the controller I bought is a knock-off?
The only thing suspicious (other than the above) is the hologram is different than all the holograms on the official products I own, all of my controllers the hologram has a Microsoft in the middle and it all looks a bit blurred. This controller's hologram sticker has Microsoft and Xbox 360 in alternating rows and is clear and easy to read.
Couldn't get a good picture of the known legit hologram but this is what two of my known controllers' hologram looks like:
Unknown hologram and grey plug and play port, the mic port is also grey instead of black
I also noticed that the mic port and plug and play are grey instead of black like the known black one. Without taking apart the unknown it looks like a cg2 board.
ETA: more pictures, if that's more helpful in determining a real vs fake.
known, unknown, known on left, known on left.