It's a criminal offence for anyone to sell fake or counterfeit goods. By buying fake goods you could be helping fund crime and also putting your health at risk. Read our guides to stay safe and avoid the con artists attempting to sell dodgy goods.
Answers to your problems
I think I've spotted a fake or counterfeit product – how can I tell?
By buying fake or counterfeit goods, you could be helping fund crime and also putting your health at risk. Follow our tips to stay safe.
Step by step guides
How to report fake goods or counterfeit products
If you’ve unwittingly bought a fake or counterfeit product, read the Which? guide to see how to report fake goods and get your money back.
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