Hours earlier, this screencap of two Amstel Malta low sugar malt drink and non-alcoholic Malt drink has gone viral on social media after media personality Lara wise shared on her Instagram page warning consumers that the brand may have entered into the pirates’ bay. further inquiry into this, we tried contacting Amstel Malta. Amstel Malta… Continue reading [COUNTERFEIT]#FAKE: AMSTEL MALTA ‘LOW SUGAR’ AND AMSTEL MALTA ‘NON-ALCOHOLIC’ DRINKS ARE BOTH SAFE PRODUCTS FROM THE SAME MANUFACTURER; NIGERIAN BREWERIES. WATCH #WHYADDMORE TV COMMERCIAL FT BEVERLY NAYA AND MAI ATAFO:
The National Agency for Foods and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has alerted Nigerians of the prevalence of fake alcoholic drinks, especially dry gin, in the nation’s markets. Dr Abubakar Jimoh, its Director, Special Duties, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Jos on yesterday that the agency had continued to advise consumers of… Continue reading [PRODUCTS-FMCG] #COUNTERFEITS: NAFDAC WARNS ABOUT FAKE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES CIRCULATING NIGERIAN MARKETS.
Consumers of La Casera Apple Drink in Nigeria can now be rest assured about the beverage. NAFDAC, SON and MAN have endorsed the wholesomeness of the Carbonated Soft Drink (CSD) after being trailed by controversies. This declaration was made yesterday while officials from these agencies and the media visited the ultra modern multi billion naira… Continue reading [BRANDS]#COUNTERFEITS: NAFDAC OKAYS LACASERA APPLE DRINK ON STANDARD OF QUALITY.
Jack Ma and his company Alibaba hit the headlines in April 2016 Shortly after, the IACC suspended his company’s general membership to the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition (IACC) on the allegations that his company facilitates sales of counterfeits by independent e-commerce platforms. This followed oppositions from existing members which include Gucci, Tiffany & Co, and Michael… Continue reading [LUXURY BRANDS] #COUNTERFEIT: JACK MA FINALLY RESPONDS TO ALLEGATIONS OF PIRACY.
HOW TO SPOT A FAKE PERFUME: 1. PRICE CHECK: ‘The taste they say is in the pudding’, check the price; if it’s dearth cheap for the “brand” then it’s likely to be too good to be true and it isn’t the real perfume. There may be exceptions, such as a stock clearance where a store… Continue reading [LUXURY BRANDS] #PERFUMERY: HOW TO SPOT FAKE PERFUMES.