Tessa Sanderson and Ben Challenger support National Consumer Week
The Trading Standards Institute is focusing on sporting fakes and scams during its National Consumer Week Good Sports Don't Fake It! campaign 21 - 25 November.
The full press release can be found on our website.
The Good Sports Don't Fake It campaign provides clear guidance and signposting for consumers with a useful CHECK list.
C Choose your shopping outlets and websites carefully.
H Help yourself. If the deal is too good to be true then it probably is.
E Ensure you look for authentic branding and holograms
C Contact the authorities if you are concerned.
K Keep a copy of your order and receipts.
The message about the dangers of fakes is being taken to young people with the help of a Good Sports Don’t Fake It teacher’s pack which includes discussion points and visual examples.
This is available to download, both in English and in Welsh, PDF and Word.
Leaflets and posters are now available to download - trading standards authorities can order hard copies from TSI press office.
Thank you to all who took part in the National Consumer Week survey - the winner of the draw for a £25 M&S voucher is Leanne Scott from Glasgow.
Contact Irja Howie on 08456089430 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any National Consumer Week related queries.