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G Logo Dog Leash & Harness Set $22.50 (Was $45) Delivered @ Major Dog Clothing

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The G Logo Leash & Harness Set is classic designer street wear for your dog. We offer this harness in 5 sizes that will fit all small and medium sized dogs. Please refer to the sizing chart for the appropriate size for your pet. Get 50% off with free AU shipping

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  • +1 vote

    Fake Gucci?

  • +2 votes

    G Logo….what a copy! I thought G-Dragon for a sec

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      What's g dragon?

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        One of the members in a K pop Group BigBang. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Bang_(band)

  • +2 votes

    Imagine calling my dog Chanel with these set

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    my God…

  • +5 votes

    Pretty sure these are technically illegal due to the obvious ripoff design intended to profit off of a much better company.

  • -1 vote

    Oh that’s super tacky.

  • +3 votes

    Genius, you do realize this is illegal right?

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      Is it though?

      • +1 vote

        explain how is not..

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          It is not. Might get a litigation thread for breach of patent.

          If it is claimed to be genuine Gucci, then ACL.

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            @keyboardwarrior: Breach of patent is not legal AFAIK

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              @ets27: Will largely come down to private litigation from patent holder.

              Not aware of government authority being too active unless if it doesnt meet au safety requirement, or breach of ACL (eg claim to be genuine but is not).

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                @keyboardwarrior: Well.. regardless.. IMHO it's just wrong. hence the neg. :)

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                @keyboardwarrior: "Not aware of government authority being too active unless if it doesnt meet au safety requirement, or breach of ACL (eg claim to be genuine but is not)."

                Customs, fair trading, police have an active interest in dealing with counterfeit goods. And the goods automatically wouldn't pass safety requirements, let alone consumer warranty or guarantees.

                Litigation from trademark or patent holder is for loss of income, damage to brand reputation (cheap branded knocks which fall apart), etc

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                  @BuyFlys: Source please?

                  Eg. Samsung can stick an apple label onto chargers that they sell. Likely outcome of that is a litigation from Apple.

                  Potentially fair trading/accc had samsung claimed it as a genuine apple charger. However, this is not on the ground that samsung stuck an apply logo on it, but for misleading/deceptive conduct, which is not unique to "counterfeit" goods.

                  Various authority will have minimal interest in bringing action against samsung. Eg State police will not enforce unless there is an element of fraud, or an offence in Crimes Act.

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                    @keyboardwarrior: "Eg. Samsung can stick an apple label onto chargers that they sell. Likely outcome of that is a litigation from Apple."

                    Well it's a Samsung product to begin with, and their charger works with Apple products, Samsung may be allowed to use it in an informative way, along with a "The Apple logo is a registered trademark of Apple" that would acknowledge the use of the logo.

                    "Potentially fair trading/accc had samsung claimed it as a genuine apple charger. However, this is not on the ground that samsung stuck an apply logo on it, but for misleading/deceptive conduct, which is not unique to "counterfeit" goods."

                    I'm not familiar with this case, but it would be strange for Samsung to emphasise the Apple logo in such a way that consumers are confused to whether it was an Apple or Samsung product. To be fair, these guys are always in a tit for tat for this stuff, it's almost trolling sometimes lol.

                    "Various authority will have minimal interest in bringing action against samsung. Eg State police will not enforce unless there is an element of fraud, or an offence in Crimes Act."

                    Sure but we're talking about counterfeits, which is more to do with the original post. As in, selling direct copies of a trademarked, patented, or licensed goods in an attempt to make a sale based on passing off as the genuine product, and/or because there's a marketable appeal to it as it resembles an already trademarked pattern. Not saying this seller hasn't tried to mask it by naming it something different, but side by side it is obvious, not to mention they fall within the same trademark class.

                    "Source please?"

                    I don't really have a source for all this, as it's common trademark and patent law, but some sources below could suggest the authorities have an interest in the more blatant copied goods which they can recognise on sight.

                    Customs - https://www.ipaustralia.gov.au/ip-infringement/enforcing-you...

                    Fair Trading raids - https://bfy.tw/RPoA

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    I wouldn't want my dog wearing this lol. Not the cheapest either.

    • +2 votes

      Wait til you visit punchbowl. It's a burb with designer wear from head to toe.

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        You can get very convincing fakes that will fool everyone who doesn't know what to look for.

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          Habib… you clearly have no clue and aint seen nothing… have you seen a genuine gucci bump bag with a Lebanonese flag on it… that's the Punchbowl limited edition.

          Haha.

  • +4 votes

    eshay dog

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    this is a dark timeline

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    Waiting for new lil pump song - g gang g gang g gang g gang

  • +1 vote

    Gucci for your Pucci

  • -2 votes

    Wow an apparent legitimate store selling fake items. The jokers on FB market place are bad enough.

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    get over your self it’s just material with g patterns on it and you can buy on internet everywhere why not buy in Australia support jobs here

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      Perhaps a 1 person business' salary in Australia. I mean, this is clearly sourced from AliExpress with a large markup. Let's not ignore that detail.

  • +2 votes

    Lol ok

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