Research finds that embarrassment is a key deterrent against purchasing fake goods
A recently released study has looked at the emotions of consumers before they purchase counterfeit and second-hand goods. The findings reveal that, when it comes to buying fake goods, fear of embarrassment is a major detriment.
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