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Online Retailers In China Close Stores Selling Brand-Name Cosmetic Knockoffs

March 20, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
In response to customer complaints and a Chinese television report, Amazon China and online retailer China Dangdang have closed online stores purportedly selling fake brand-name skincare products. Dangdang shut two stores and refunded customer payments unconditionally.  Amazon said it had closed the stores in February after receiving complaints from customers. The fake products were knockoffs of L'Oréal and Estée Lauder cosmetics that were priced far lower than the real things. A representative of one of the closed stores admitted that the knockoffs came from a wholesale market in Beijing.
Yang Jing, "Amazon, Dangdang shut down online stores selling fake skincare products", Global Times, March 20, 2014, © The Global Times
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