I wouldn't class this as fake TY as it isn't claimed to be in the way it is sold, similar to the Osidisk and Optodisc media I have seen using the code. I believe the manufacturers claim they do it for full burn speed support, but I would hope their media is engineered to require a similar burn strategy to real TYG02 and not dependent on the ability of drives to adapt to them with OPC technologies etc. My BenQ's seem to be relatively bad at adapting to these types of media despite their WOPC, much worse than any of my other drives which you can see in my sig are quite a few.
I am an IT consultant and I rarely burn legitimate data to my media--virtually all of my burning is CD-Speed diagnostic discs. I do own real TYG02 media and my interest is not really in buying perfect media and posting "hall of fame" burns but in helping drive mfg's to fully optimize their products with good technical feedback.
I have found these forums more useful than contacting technical support directly as it provides incentive due to the public exposure of these flaws, and an "audit trail" to recognize their responsiveness to well-tested, repeatable lab scenarios. I usually provide comparative burn data to show the kind of results they should be able to achieve, so the results aren't ignored and they have an idea what "world class" results for the batch of media in question can be defined as. To top it off, it educates the public as to scenarios which should be avoided and keeps the review gurus in here on top of how these mfg's are responding to pinpointed bug data which is essentially being handed to them on a silver platter for fast resolution.