Take a seat (or not)

Every Saturday we post a counterfeit example. A lot of the time this concerns fashion products, like watches and clothing.

But increasingly counterfeit is also found less obvious products like seeds and even child car seats. Yes, car seats. Can you believe it?

The fake seats look and feel like the genuine products. However, without the necessary and mandatory safety testing. This means your child’s life is at extreme risk in the event of a collision.

The child seats become more and more common on online websites and auction sites. As they appear to be the quality seats, parents  are purchasing expecting they have made a great deal.

Recent crash tests resulted in a counterfeit seat coming apart. While the seat appeared to have appropriate safety ratings, the instruction manual was in poorly written English. A clear indication that it is counterfeit.


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