There are still people who will do everything, even bad things and crimes just to earn money. See this viral article about those fake products like shampoo that are being directly sold into houses in the country.
As been stated in the report of Viral 4 Real, the contents of the shampoo bottle are replaced with a glue-like substance. Iodized salt, starch, sodium laureth sulfate, and scent are mixed together in a bucket and then poured into the recycled bottles, stopping just before the bottle is full. The space near the lid is filled with the real shampoo product taken from sachets, so when the buyer opens the bottle, it would smell just the same and ordinary product.
It is mentioned that criminal claimed to be from Unilever and even had an ID to prove that she was. The shampoo she sold was supposedly included in a “promo” and was offered at a very low price. Many will be fooled by their trick but now that it became viral, we’re hoping that no one would be fooled again by these bad people.
In a report last 2010, a same incident happens as PASG raids 'fake shampoo factory' in Payatas. They said the suspects are liable for violation of Sec. 168 of R.A. 8293 or the Intellectual Property Rights and Consumer Acts.
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