Monthly Archives: January 2017

Kylie Jenner Fake Lip Kits

 

Kylie Kristen Jenner is an American reality television personality, best known for appearing on the E! reality television series “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” Kylie heard that her popular Lip Kits had been counterfeited from complaints sent to her on social media. The fakes were sold on discount websites. An investigation revealed that some of the fake Lip Kits contained glue and gasoline and also caused allergic reactions. Klyie is urging everyone to buy her product from her website:

https://www.kyliecosmetics.com/

 

Christian Louboutin’s Zero Tolerance Policy

 

Shoe designer Christian Louboutin, well-known for the red sole on his women’s shoes, has a zero tolerance policy for counterfeits. As part of its Stop Fakes Program, Louboutin went out in force over the Christmas season:

Dec 20, 2016 United Arab Emirates. Raid, with the help of local authorities, leading to the seizure of 464 pairs of fake Christian Louboutin® shoes in Ajman.

Dec 13, 2016 Lebanon. Raid, with the help of local authorities, leading to the seizure of 55 pairs of fake Christian Louboutin® shoes.

Dec 7, 2016 Japan. Settlement agreement with a company selling red-soled shoes, including an undertaking not to infringe the company’s Red Sole trademark.

 Dec 1, 2016 United Kingdom. Seizure of 45 pairs of fake Christian Louboutin® shoes by the UK Border Agency in November.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fake Ray-Ban Website Scam

 

Beware, there’s a new scam using social networking sites to lure users to visit fake Ray-Ban e-shops to buy discount sunglasses. More than likely a victim will be directed to one of the hundreds of websites that sell Ray-Ban and other brand sunglasses for super cheap prices, typically under $20. In fact if you did a a google search for “cheap Ray-Ban sunglasses,” you’d come up with hundreds of websites selling Ray-Bans and other brands for under $20.

Don’t be fooled, they’re all counterfeit.

Typically, your social networking account has been hacked by way of using malware. If any of your friends report this, immediately change your password and if you yourself receive such a solicitation, ignore it. Definitely do not give out give out your credit card information.