FIVE TIPS TO IDENTIFY A FAKE

1. First look for obvious signs – a strange picture on the package, strange languages for your locale, strange colors, or strange typeface. 2. If the illegitimate product is more sophisticated, however, it can be hard to tell from looking.  The next best way is to consider the price paid.  If the price was atypically […]

Five-tips-to-identify-a-fake1. First look for obvious signs – a strange picture on the package, strange languages for your locale, strange colors, or strange typeface.

2. If the illegitimate product is more sophisticated, however, it can be hard to tell from looking.  The next best way is to consider the price paid.  If the price was atypically low, without any kind of coupon or special promotion, then it may be illegitimate.

3. Counterfeit products will not have the same quality or consistency of real products.

4. Also look at the expiration date, as this can be another indicator of a fake.

5. Try to shop at established and trusted stores, which are highly likely to be connected to legitimate supply chains.

 

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