Hi, my name is Sandra, and I am addicted to Michael Kors Handbags.
According to cnbc.com, selling counterfeit bags is a billion dollar market.
You most often see these operations in urban communities, largely due to the fact that women in lower income areas also love designer handbags, but lack the funds to afford the hefty price tag.
So, they head to their nearest street vendor or knockoff handbag store and purchase what they think are authentic Michael Kors Handbags, but instead, what they end up with is just an overpriced knockoff.
A person caught selling counterfeit handbags can be fined up to five million dollars or face twenty years in prison.
Another victim of counterfeiting is Coach. The company has filed more than three dozen lawsuits since 2010 against party stores caught selling knock off versions of their handbags.
So, how do you know if the store you shop at is selling real Michael Kors Handbags?
Here is a really good YouTube video to help you spot the difference between a real and a fake Michael Kors Selma bag.
Yes, I love Michael Kors; the real one that is.
Be sure that your bag comes from a store that is known for selling bags of that type, such as Macy’s, Nordstrom and other upscale stores. Your local gas station, no matter how nice, is not upscale and should have random Coach, Michael Kors and Louis Vuitton bags hanging on its walls for you purchase.
Unfortunately, you can’t tell if an online retailer is selling fakes, so I would suggest when looking for a deal on these purses online that you also shop from sites that are known to sell the real deal.
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