Everybody wants a good deal. But unfortunately, many “deals” found online aren’t for the real thing—they’re for inferior, knock-off products. If a price looks too good to be true, it probably is.
To ensure you are buying genuine products, make sure to buy from known retailers, wireless carriers, or ZAGG franchise locations. Before buying something on Amazon make sure it is sold by Amazon itself and not an unknown third-party seller.
Fake packaging can sometimes be very convincing. Often, fake products look practically identical to the real thing. Other times, packaging may look shabby, with poor quality printing or misspellings. Inferior quality is an indication the that product is from an unauthorized source or counterfeit.
See Something Say Something
Report anything you’ve seen that doesn’t look right, like an online deal that seems suspicious
or if you think you have purchased a counterfeit product.