Good to know that they were tested as being genuine. But the packaging is definately fake, which is a major red flag.
Remember, you can have a "fake" product that still works. Counterfeit DVDs, counterfeit clothing, counterfeit watches - they all work, and some almost as good as the real thing (and some are actually better!). With counterfeit pharmaceuticals, which is what you clearly have, the best case scenario is that whilst "fake", they do contain the generic active constituent (in the case of dbol Methandrostenelone). But unless you do have them tested, you cannot be sure, and even then, a test showing the presence of Methandrostenelone may not necessarily indicate what the actual dosage is, nor whether any other substances or impurities are present.