WASHINGTON — One in five bargain hunters shopping for goods online in the U.S. and Europe are duped into buying bogus apparel and luxury goods from counterfeit Web sites, a new MarkMonitor Shopping Report revealed.
The MarkMonitor study found that for every shopper looking for fake merchandise online, 20 other shoppers were simply looking for bargains and 20 percent of them mistakenly ended up on counterfeit sites and purchased illegal products.
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