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if it’s open season on our hard earned money

Designer Fake: Let me start out by saying, I’m sure none of us want to be fooled by a designer fake, do we? But unfortunately, it can, and does, happen. It’s not only irritating and disheartening, but it can also be costly. And ‘costly’ is an understatement. I’m sure you’d agree with me when I say there’s hardly anything worse than opening a package, so excited to have your hot new trend, only to be met with disappointment when it turns out to be a fake. To know you’ve been scammed is the pits.
The thing about these designer fakes, it’s almost as if it’s open season on our hard earned money. Not only do we get the wool pulled over our eyes, but we’re also left feeling embarrassed and angry. Who wouldn’t be? Especially after investing in something they thought was genuine. It’s crazy to imagine stores taking advantage of those who don’t know telltale signs of a fake.
Speaking of signs, one of the telltale signs of a designer fake look-alike is the quality of the design and material. Typically, a fake won’t have the same smooth, seamless inner stitching with no gaps in-between as a genuine designer piece. They’re also usually much heavier and bulkier with rougher finishes. That being said, the way to avoid these fakes is to buy from reputable, authorized sellers.
Another sign to look out for is the price. Almost too good to be true? Beware. Generally, genuine designer items will be more expensive than the counterfeit ones. Furthermore, a lot of the fakes, although carefully crafte[……]

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