Friday, October 26, 2012

Make Sure Your Ugg Boots Source Is An Authentic, Authorized Dealer.

Counterfeit UGG sites make a living by ripping you off. You are lucky to receive fake UGG boots at all; many sites simply steal your credit card information and never send a package. Counterfeit UGG websites deceive you, the consumer, and often steal your credit card information. They send you inferior product (see images to right) and they won't let you return it. Counterfeiters ignore human labor laws, copyright laws and environmental regulations.

Most fake websites are based out of China, making it almost impossible for law enforcement agencies to bring them down. This puts the responsibility on you, the consumer, to educate yourself against these scams.Counterfeiters do not invest in security measures, because they do not value your confidential information. However, many fake UGG sites do display security icons, which are fake. To determine if a security icon is fake, attempt to click on it.
The Better Business Bureau's main concern is that a website uses ethical business practices. The BBB will not accredit a site that sells fake UGG.

Try searching for 'sale uggs' in google, you'll be shocked how many unauthorized sites come up! To view a list of all authorized UGG dealers, visit Click on 'retailers'. Next click on 'online retailers.' A list will appear with all authorized dealers. Protect yourself for fashions sake!!!

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