People looking for a bargain this Christmas beware - while looking for a good deal you may be inadvertently buying dodgy or even dangerous counterfeit goods.
Now, Britain's first consumer protection fake shop has opened in Yeovil to help shoppers learn about what's really out there.
THE DANGER OF A GOOD DEAL
Our reporter David Woodland's been exploring the goods on offer at the fake shop and found some rather alarming bargains.
This baby's toy may look like a colourful present....
But the head removes easily to reveal a dangerous hazard - a spike which could stab a toddler in the eye.
Potential customers were shocked to hear how the pretty dresses on display would burn fiercely if they brushed past a candle.
The shop was created by the charity Impact Planet who want to warn the hapless consumer about what's really in their bargain buys.
Trading Standards have found perfume bulked out with urine, and counterfeit tobacco containing rat droppings swept up off the floor.
WHAT COULD YOUR CASH BE FUNDING?
Clothing and other fake brands may be so cheap that they're tempting to buy, but Trading Standards say if you knew where it is produced it might make you think twice.
SO, CAN YOU SPOT A FAKE?
This savvy shopper was actually wearing a Stone Island crew neck when he came into the shop- he paid £145 for it.
See his reaction when he came up against a fake version - for a tenth of the price: