Fragrance tips: How to buy original perfume / fragrance
It is estimated that up to 10% of perfumes and toiletries in the market place are fakes. In the past, raids on counterfeit goods have found perfumes containing urine as a stabiliser and alcopops containing anti-freeze. Poor quality labels and packaging on perfumes and cosmetics can often indicate that the items inside are not genuine.
Top tips to avoid buying fakes include:
# Be suspicious about bargains. If something seems too good to be true, it probably is!
# Examine the quality of the goods. Does the quality feel as it should?
# Check labels and packaging for misspellings and poor logos.
# Take extra care at street markets, car boot sales, pubs and computer fairs, or in other situations where it may be more difficult to get in touch with the trader after the purchase.
# Beware of counterfeit goods sold through the internet
You should not buy fake goods for the following reasons
# The goods may be dangerous - fake perfume can cause skin rashes
# It is known that the sale of counterfeit/fake goods fund other criminal activity including drug dealing etc
# Fake goods deprive the copyright owner of money that can be used to fund new development.
# You may be putting local people out of jobs because genuine manufacturers can't compete with the criminals making and selling fakes.
# You may end up paying higher taxes because people who deal in fakes don't pay taxes
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