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Identifying the Brand on a Pair of Sunglasses

Does anyone recognize these sunglasses brand? I can't quite pinpoint this logo. Maybe it's just a cheapy one, but thought I would ask.
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September 4, 20190 found this helpful

The picture is blurry. Please send a clearer one.

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September 4, 20190 found this helpful

See if these are any better

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September 4, 20190 found this helpful

It looks like YL. If you go on Amazon, YL carries a bunch of different sunglasses. Might be the same.

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September 5, 20190 found this helpful

I'm not familiar with this logo but maybe someone else will recognize it.

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I do not believe there is a 'good' brand name company that places a logo on the actual glass itself as it is considered a distraction and not a good thing for the wearer.

You can check the top 30 companies and their logo will usually only be somewhere on the frame.

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September 5, 20190 found this helpful

Google Louis Vuitton logo and I think what you have may be a LV knock off pair of sun glasses, as the logo is very close, but not quite right.

You can always call the company and ask them to tell you where the nearest store is and you can take them to be authenticated. If they are knock offs they will take them and destroy them (just so you are aware).

If they are real, they could be worth something. Honestly,though, I have never seen a pair with the logo on the front like this.

Just word of warning, if you don't get them authenticated and you try to sell them (pretty much anywhere) and they are fake, you will get a very nasty letter from their lawyers and will be fined and they may threaten to arrest you, even if it is an honest mistake.

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I have been there so I speak from experience.

ebay and Etsy especially, they have staff who troll the site and send letters to sellers, they pull the listings, and you may lose your selling privileges on the sites if you have more than one listing.

They take fakes very seriously! Post back what you learn!

I hope yours are real!

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September 5, 20190 found this helpful

I emailed Louis Vuitton and waiting to hear back if they are fake Ill dump them . I cant find anything online either or find anything similar . Ill keep you posted

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September 5, 20190 found this helpful

Fakes and Knock-offs are just that and many people are duped every day with all sorts of items.

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It is true that if these are fakes (and one is aware of that fact) one should not attempt to sell these or they could face prosecution (but probably only receive a warning) for a single pair. A person could also face the same penalty even if they are not aware an item is a fake and place it up for sale (claiming it to be the true thing).

There is no US law stating it is illegal to knowing 'buy' a fake and there is no law saying you cannot knowingly buy a 'fake' for your personal use.
This just means if they inform you these are fakes you can still wear them just as long as you do not try to resell them.

Many people knowingly buy 'knock-off' items (commonly called 'look-a-likes') at markets all over the US (until the vendors are caught) so it is not an uncommon thing.

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Here is an excerpt from a federal site:

"The U.S. Department of Justice, however, has stated that federal law doesn't prohibit an individual from buying a counterfeit product for personal use, even if they do so knowingly. The maximum penalty for first-time offenders trafficking in counterfeit goods is 10 years in prison and a $2 million fine."

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