Last year, U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized 25,000 shipments of counterfeit goods that were making their way into the country. The total value of that loot: $178.9 million.
Many companies profit off of selling counterfeit products, whether knowingly or not, but the risks of peddling knock-off merchandise are equally high. From MP3 players to watches, CNNMoney takes a look at the 10 most frequently faked products and tells you how to spot them to make sure you don't get caught selling something illegal.
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