Check out – Most of the Counterfeit Products Industries

The most significant producer of counterfeit items is from China, then comes Philippines, Thailand, India Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Turkey, Pakistan, Ethiopia, and Kenya.

Each year countries trade goods worth trillions of dollars from aspirin to zucchini.  According to global customs data collected and analyzed by the OECD and the E-use intellectual property office, of all the imports entering countries by air, ship, road or rail, 2.5% are counterfeit or pirated goods.

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7 Ways to Stop Duplication in Pharma

Counterfeit Drugs, Genuine Solutions!

Fake medications still remain the topmost concern in the global pharmaceutical industry. Currently, in the intricate global economy, augmentation of online transactions and complex pharmaceutical supply chains has made it even more difficult to detect such counterfeit drugs.

The pharmaceutical industry is battling simultaneously against counterfeit drugs thriving online, and also in hospitals and pharmacies. These counterfeit drugs not only affect the reputation of the drug manufacturers and cause sales loss, but they are very much dangerous to our health too.

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Alert!!! Discounts on online products is Fun but….

Counterfeit products are immune to the present consumer base where people are often duped into buying these products. These are usually being mass produced and sold illegitimately at various places.

With its venture in the online market, fake goods are being sold exponentially, sometimes at reputable sites too. With that being said, this debauchery can be somewhat contained with proper anti-counterfeit technology or with awareness campaigns by the brands in order to educate the masses.  Continue reading “Alert!!! Discounts on online products is Fun but….”

How to know if you are buying Fake Apparels?

We are so used to the finer things in life, and abandoning them might cause a huge rift in our lifestyle or our fashion sense. That undulation can only be gapped when we get to buy or savor the kind of clothing we intend on buying.

It so happens that people often fall into the lecherous traps of certain fake sellers, where they end up buying duped products online or in retail. Most of these situations arise due to the lack of knowledge or the naivety of the consumer base. Continue reading “How to know if you are buying Fake Apparels?”

“If you can Make it, you can Fake it.” 

Rapid globalization and easy access to places and things from all over the globe have also increased the importance of trade, trademarks and brand names particularly when for each and every genuine good sold out there is the counterfeit already available.

Black markets are filled with fake goods with a slightly distorted brand name, just to avoid cases of infringement. Today the production of fake goods has increased so much that a day is enough to come up with the fake version of the original goods!  Continue reading ““If you can Make it, you can Fake it.” “

How to SPOT authentic Supreme vs Fake?

In this blog, we will explicitly help you to distinguish between a real and a fake supreme product. And also helping you save the trouble of investing in the wrong kinds of stuff.

Spotting a fake of a supreme brand can be very difficult especially when you are not aware of what you are dealing with.  The counterfeit apparels are often tough to spot since they are very particular when it comes to producing cheap knock-offs. So it is always advisable, that the users buy their desired brands from authorized sellers.
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How the Luxury Items can be Stopped from getting Counterfeited?

Millennials are up to no good; they are indecisive and want to be that “hip kid” from the block. Half of this demographic uses various e-commerce websites to buy all the luxury items they want.

With the globalization of various luxury item brands, these companies face a sheer amount of problems which usually revolves around counterfeit goods. Counterfeit of such luxury items are quite popular in the market, and
as per a recent report, INR 6000 crores worth of counterfeit products were sold in 2017 till date.

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Burst the FAKE DEGREE bubble, and avoid Novelty Certificates!

The pressure keeps building on the students, and ironically enough, they are being pushed to the crowd even though are the ones trying to stand out amongst it. Within the rat race of trillion souls, it takes one to get degrees and certificates as a token of validation which in turn gives those jobs.

These are milestones and are indeed of utmost importance whether one likes it or not. With the apparent pressure, the younglings are often being forced into doing things that they are not very fond of, so they end up finding easy ways out.

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How To Be Able To Differentiate Between A Knock-Off Or A Legit Apparel ?

People might often end up buying a cheap knock-off of any apparel without even being aware of the fact that they got duped. That is probably because of the lack of proper awareness from/by the brands.

A knock-off is hard to differentiate, even though if one looks into the fake products closely, the difference is quite visible and palpable. But what if someone buys the wrong kind of dress and pays the price of the original?

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3 ways to tell if you’re buying a Fake Product

The art of duplicating a product grows stronger every day, and with that, it becomes harder to distinguish between real and fake one. The online sector of shopping makes it easier for fake brands to grow their market. However, it is entirely possible for customers to figure out between the original and fake by using a few tricks. If the packaging is faulty or if the price and product quality do not match it usually means that the product is fake.
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