How to Spot a Designer Knockoff

Shoppers on the streets of New York have long enjoyed buying knockoff bags, clothing, watches and DVDs. They know what they're getting and they're happy to pay just a few bucks for a fake. Nowadays though the list of counterfeit products runs longer, and includes less obvious phony items such as perfumes and colognes. As the copies have gotten better and better, spotting a fake has become a science. It's even more difficult to tell what's real when shopping online, and buyers are being...Full Story
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