Fake “faux fur”costs sellers real money

From ANIMAL PEOPLE, March 2010:


DALLAS–Nieman Marcus Inc. in late January 2010 agreed to pay
a $25,000 judgement to settle a lawsuit brought by the Humane Society
of the U.S. over the sale of garments with dog fur trim labeled “faux
A Washington D.C. court found that the Dallas firm misled buyers.
Saks earlier settled a similar case brought by HSUS for $6,500.

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