Online scammers using names of top fashion brands to fool victims
6 days ago - By Fashion United
Fashion brands such as Adidas, Nike, Ray-Ban, Canada Goose and Ted Baker are being used by scammers to lure unsuspecting online shoppers into fake e-commerce websites, according to a new study by Scamadviser and the
Ecommerce Foundation. Scammers often use logos and imagery from these brands to make consumers think that they are buying products from an official or reputable source, when in reality they will either receive a counterfeit item or no item at all.
Attractive discounts on luxury items are another strategy commonly used by scammers to prey on online shoppers. “Be careful when...
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