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Q: Is the designer make-up and perfume at markets all fake?

I've seen famous perfume like Chanel for sale at markets for as little as 10 kuai a bottle and products like L'Occitane hand cream and Dior mascara for 20 kuai or less. The packaging really looks like the real deal but I'm skeptical because they're so cheap. Is it possible that they're confiscated real items from airport customs? That's what I'm hoping....

12 years 51 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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Yes. If it's at a market and it's ridiculously cheap then it is a fake, guaranteed!

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I give you my secret technique to realize if fake or not. Call the vendor, look at her in the eye with an inquisitive look, then ask her "why so cheap?". Most of the time the will look down left. It shows they are embarrassed. If they keep confident, then it's real.

Did I tell you about my 550RMB (supposed to be 700RMB) iPhone4? When it arrives in 10 weeks, it will be awesome.

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Dear, you get what you pay. if you buy it in samll shops or near railway station, it's 100% fake.

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its ok when its cheap and fake ..
but what about expensive and fake ..

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yes some are fake and some are not depending where are you buying it from.... carefulness and understanding of the quality can make you save alot of money... but the entire products are not fake. chinese people are not that much innocent to be using fake expensive product without having objection for it... chinese government will take a bit of care for its people in this regard i guess. its corrupt but not entirely i guess.

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