Counterfeit goods are nothing new but the problem is now worse than ever. Not only are the copies looking better, making it harder to distinguish a fake at first glance, but online retailing makes it easier for scammers to get their products out there.
What you say…
- Scott Enlow “What’s disturbing is how good a fake it is. Someone either stole some tooling and moulds or invested a ton of money in making them.”
- Daniel Cleave “I was lucky my Rossi rep was genuine! There are a lot of replicas that look like mine. Rule of thumb is… If it seems too good to be true, it probably is a fake!”
- Mike Lloyd “I have bought online, because I got a significant discount. My AGV Corsa-R was £700 retail… I paid £380 for it online from a reputable dealer in a sale they were having.”
- Wayne Sowerby “More likely the styling has been imitated. Does that make it a fake? Both are helmets, one massively overpriced, have you tested them back to back?”
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