The counterfeit goods industry is worth more than a trillion dollars, and fake sneakers are a big part of that equation. When it comes to bootleg shoes, they’ve morphed from Air Jordans with Spongebob on them to near-identical Adidas Yeezy Boosts that can even fool discerning sneaker enthusiasts. Except for Yeezy Busta, a 19-year-old medical student from Los Angeles who runs an Instagram account that calls out celebrities and regular people.
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The Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are due to hit shops on 25 September, but counterfeits are already on sale behind closed doors in southern China. The shops inside a bustling technology mall in the southern Shenzhen city do not openly display fake iPhones at their counters, but will go and fetch them from […]
Counterfeit $50 Dollar Bill Is Actually A $10 A woman removes ink from a phony $50 showing it’s really just $10 bucks.