Counterfeiting is a fraudulent practice of producing, selling, and profiting from unauthentic goods.
Counterfeit products use the same designs and logos as the original, exploiting their value. Most fraudsters use one of two approaches for this.
The low-quality method does not bother to imitate realistically. It doesn’t use trademarks of the original. Instead, it creates a similar-looking but many times cheaper alternative. These products are called knock-offs.
The idea is to sell a product without paying dues to the original creator, usually a luxury brand.
Europes clothing industry alone lost 26 billion Euros, according to Statics due to it.
To trace every channel is impossible, but you can follow your own property online.
A variety of marketplaces, e-commerce shops, social media websites, and search engine results pages have to be checked.