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What is counterfeit and why is it wrong:

Our policy on counterfeiting

It is our policy to not participate in counterfeiting in any way, shape, or form. We liken counterfeiting to someone kidnapping a child. WE DO NOT CONDONE IT!

Should you feel that you have purchased a counterfeit item from our company, NOTIFY us immediately!  While we do all we can to shield our customers from these types of crimes, sometimes mistakes happen. We ask that you call and/or email us as soon as you notice a discrepancy in material authentication.  At that time we will inform you on how we plan to resolve the matter.

A counterfeit product is any imitation or fake made with the intent to deceive the consumer into believing it to be a genuine name brand product.

Our goal is to help our customers to be aware of counterfeit apparel and footwear that is being sold to unsuspecting buyers as genuine products.

    • Counterfeiting is illegal. It has a significant impact on the global economy, removing tens of thousands of jobs and costing the economy an estimated $600 billion of legitimate revenue each year.
    • Counterfeiting is not a victimless crime. Consumers who believe they are purchasing genuine items are left with inferior items that cannot live up to their expectations. Counterfeiters hurt legitimate business owners as well as the overall economy because ordinarially they do not pay taxes nor do they provide fair wages or benefits to their employees. They frequently use child labor, participate in identity theft, fail to deliver goods that were paid for, and have been connected to gang activity and terrorism, among other crimes. When you purchase a counterfeit product, you are funding and supporting this criminal activity.
  • Counterfeiters are not accountable to human rights and environmental regulations. Counterfeiters do not adhere to child labor laws, anti-sweatshop laws, or restricted substances laws, putting both workers and the environment at risk. Fundamental human rights of workers employed by counterfeiters, such as basic safety and health precautions, are often compromised or entirely ignored creating a work environment that is safe for no one.

 

How you can help:

Below are some links to anti-counterfeit organizations and government agencies.  We encourage you to contact one or all of these agencies, should you feel that you have encountered an item which is not authentic.