Although a lot of work has been done to remove counterfeit Apple products from shelves and online stores, fake Apple watches are still easy to come by.
Apple power adapters might be more expensive than other brands you can buy, but buying the real deal can protect both your own safety and your Apple computer.
UGG boots are one of the most counterfeited brands in the world with U.S. Customs seizing more than 2.5 million fake UGGs in the last 15 years.
If you're worried about accidentally buying a pair of fake Air Forces, buying some from the Nike store (whether online or at a store) is your best bet.
Trying to catch 'em all? Think twice before buying cheap Pokémon cards from unverified sellers—scammers are out to make a quick buck by selling you a fake.
If you're paying thousands of dollars for a Chanel bag, you'd better hope it's real. We show you how to tell the difference between a real and a fake.
Don't be left empty-handed after falling for fake Ray-Ban scams. If they're especially cheap, chances are they're counterfeits.
Buying a pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds from somewhere other than Samsung directly may be a cheaper route, but it's not always the better route.
Cheap iPhone chargers that aren't the real deal from Apple may seem like the best option, but there are risks involved for you and your iPhone.
If you're going to spend your hard-earned cash on a Super Bowl ring, you want to make sure it's the real deal and not a fake.
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