Fake Chanel Watches
by Lauren, August 22, 2015
From personal experience, here is why I'd never buy a fake Chanel watch even if you paid me to do it. Once I discovered, to my dismay, where the fakes come from, I suddenly knew to make very effort to avoid them. I even take that extra step to warn my friends about them.
The detrimental effects of fakes bear a huge burden to all, societally and personally. Replicas, also known as fakes, knockoffs, faux, imitations, or counterfeits, are produced by crime organizations linked to crimes ranging from postal fraud to identity theft to even terrorism. Profits made from the sale of replica watches could enable organized crime syndicates to conduct further illegal business. In international trade, replica designer goods is often entangled with the smuggling of other illicit items, including dangerous drugs and hurtful materials prohibited by law. Unlicensed designer watches are sometimes found comingled with authentic goods while being transported into the country in order to throw off Customs officials, leading to considerably more additional law enforcement and national security costs. Buying a genuine watch ensures a level of expected quality and assurance, while a replica cannot. I remain unyielding in my position about forgoing any replica watch and spreading the word to my friends and family. I'll be shopping for my CHANEL watches only at my CHANEL boutique.