Counterfeiting is always a bad deal

Some facts

Counterfeiting is a growing problem in Sweden and around the world. Many counterfeited products fail to meet safety requirements and, as a consumer, you have no guarantees regarding the real contents of medicines or cosmetics. Financially, the trade with counterfeited products  is disastrous for Swedish companies. According to a study from the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), counterfeited products lead to losses of SEK 17 billion for Swedish companies each year. 

No compensation for originators

Generally, every innovation and product requires a lot of time, resources, and hard work to be developed. When products are counterfeited, the minds behind them receive neither compensation nor recognition for the work they have invested. You can’t buy anything from “The bad deal store” webshop. It contains only bogus, counterfeited copies that remind you of all of the downsides. As a consumer, you have the power to say “no!”. Bogus is always a bad deal.