The two common solutions:
1. Buy inexpensive paper cards in bulk. Unseal them in the presence of other players at the beginning of the game. Never re-use. Afterwards, use them for non-money games (bridge, etc.), donate to schools & retirement homes, etc.
2. Buy quality plastic cards from known major vendors. KEM, Modiano, Paitnik - choose something common in retail, and choose simple, well-known card back designs. These cards can be (inspected and) re-used.
Either way, be sure to always burn a card before dealing... and to never burn the card until immediately before dealing.
If still afraid, get a card protector large enough to cover most of your hole cards, and use it religiously.
You can also get red-tinted (& other) glasses of your own to use when inspecting cards.
Pre-marked decks are actually rather rare... most have visible markings, and glasses just make it easier to read them. As trever mentions, the more common approach is to damage or makr cards wile in play, and then to take advantage of that knowledge until someone else notices and the cards are replaced. Paper cards are cheaper to replace, plastic cards are harder to damage/mark.