Replica website using PurseBlog entries

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  1. #1 Oct 3, 2010
    Last edited by a moderator: Oct 3, 2010
    While looking for an image showing a Tods bag in a particular color, I wet to the one shown on a PurseBlog page. It turned out to be a website using your blog to sell replicas. You might have seen it already, but I thought I should let you know in case you haven't.

    I know we're not supposed to post links to websites selling fakes, but how else could I show you what I saw in the website? So here they are:

    xx no links to counterfeits please
     
  2. You could PM Megs/Vlad :yes:
     
  3. Unfortunately, this is pretty common and there's not a lot we can do about it. I googled my name one time, and it's pretty easy to find our blog entries copied-and-pasted word for word, including bylines and photos, on dozens of other sites. Trying to stop it is like playing an endless, decentralized game of Whack-a-Mole.