Most of us agree would concur that fakes are a disgrace and that we ought to stay away from them. Purchasing a fake is pretty much wrong on several levels than most consumers or consumers seem to understand. But don’t get me wrong, people who buy counterfeits usually can’t afford the real thing, so it’s not like they’re taking customers away from these brands. But on the contrary, purchasing a counterfeit is abounding with moral issues, from violating intellectual property and contributing to the loss of over 700,000 American jobs, to financially supporting crime syndicates that run human-trafficking rings.
Also, we think it pretty much affects the designer reputation in a negative way. How far can we push it? How close must a product have to look similar to the original before it is considered a counterfeit or an imitation? Every year the U.S. probably seizes billions of dollars worth of counterfeit goods and products. Fake items are for fake people. It means you care more about the outward appearance and the label than the quality of the original otherwise you would save up for it. Accordingly, we figured it was high time to become a bit more knowledgeable about how to spot a fake. What you wear is a statement and we believe it shows who you are! This blog is dedicated to safeguard you and your loved ones from ever purchasing knockoff goods or products.