Nov. 12, 2012

How To Avoid Wedding Dress Counterfeits

Inside Edition investigated a recent online wedding dress scam after a bride ordered what she thought was a discounted Justin Alexander wedding gown. Unfortunately, the bride had placed an order with a knock-off site that produced cheap versions of designer wedding gowns. She, like many other brides, had been fooled by an unauthorized retailer and received a poorly-made knock-off wedding gown.


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Counterfeit Wedding Dress from Justin Alexander on Vimeo.


Brides, be aware of the risk you put yourself and your credit card information when you order wedding gowns online. Not all wedding gown websites  are authorized or legitimate distributors. Justin Alexander or any of its retailers sell wedding gowns online. If you want to order a Justin Alexander wedding gown check our store locator to find authorized retailers.


Please help us spread the word of the risk and danger brides put themselves and their credit card information when they order wedding gowns online. We ask that you share this video and story on your website, Facebook page, and Twitter in order to help put a stop to these scams.

We want to know, have you been a victim of a wedding dress scam?

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