Who buy fake luxury goods, and besides “satire the consumer”, why?
According to Dr. Haider Ali of the Open University, “people with a relatively low level of concern with the law” and “people with a negative attitude toward large companies.”
“This may be because they think that real brands charge unfair prices, and those who think they are savvy shoppers willing and able to beat the system may be more likely to buy fake luxury goods.
“fake luxury goods may also attract people who want to show their status, but there is no money to do it with real products.”
Dawn Lawson from Herefordshire bought a fake Prada handbags for a fraction of the price of a real Prada backpack. She said she had no doubt about it.
“I have no mercy on those multinationals that have lost the least profit. Of course, you don’t want me to believe that Prada or Louis Vuitton will fail because of copies?
“Of course, they aren’t. Plus, I like my handbag – it’s not fake handbag.”
Fake Rolex watches can by bought with a few pounds. They are not as good as they really are, obviously, although they are a few thousand pounds cheaper.
According to Professor Wall’s introduction of organized crime to the Ministry of the Interior, there is no need for moral argumentation.
“The fact that police make fake luxury goods is not in the public interest. People are not convinced by the norms set by the fashion industry. High demand is a manifestation of brand success. This is its approach. This is because brands invest in intellectual property security.
“As long as people know what they’ve got, they really don’t need to work hard for it.”