Counterfeit products are fake replicas produced in a manner that is increasingly difficult for consumers to identify, which is why we recommend always purchasing from a reputable source or directly from the manufacturer. This is the best way to ensure avoiding counterfeits. It's not always easy to spot a fake, even when it's side by side with a genuine product. However, it's important to know the clues that can help you spot a fake.
Labels with missing punctuation or misspellings
Different fonts or icons
Poor grammar or typos on packaging and/ or products
Sale at an improbable location for the product, particularly street vendors
Low quality packaging
Above all, if the deal sounds too good to be true, and the price is far lower than what you'd expect, it probably is too good to be true! You can report any suspected intellectual property theft to the BPD or by visiting this website.