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Woman accused of selling fake designer goods from North Naples store Naples Daily News A 42 year old woman faces felony charges of selling fake designer goods after deputies uncovered counterfeit purses, shoes, jewelry and accessories from a North Naples store bearing her name after a month of investigation, according to the Collier County Sheriff s Office. Dana Lisi Klein, 42, 87 East Ave., North Naples, was arrested Wednesday and charged with selling forged goods over $1,000. 41 N., on May 24, 2007, and uncovered fake handbags, watches, sunglasses and other merchandise bearing labels from 21 trademark designers such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Versace, Burberry, Chanel, and Prada with an estimated value of $526,600. Reports say an undercover deputy went to the store in April 2007 after receiving information that the store was selling fakes. The store appeared cluttered, unlike other retailers that sell merchandise of such caliber, reports said. Jewelry, shoes and sunglasses were displayed on card tables covered in black cloth, reports said. Cartier watches were displayed on a plastic rack, along with Tiffany, Gucci, Chanel and Louis Vuitton necklaces and bracelets, reports said. The undercover deputy selected a black Louis Vuitton purse priced at $75; the manufacturer s suggested retail price for that purse ugg sheepskin boots ranges from $600 to $3,750, reports said. The undercover deputy proceeded to the check out area, which consisted of a card table with a makeup bag containing a large amount of money inside and a small credit card terminal, reports said. When the undercover deputy asked for a receipt, a store employee said none would be given because the deputy paid cash, reports said. The employee also told the deputy that an exchange would still be possible even without a receipt, reports said. The employee also told the undercover deputy that all of the items in the store were "imported internationally and were Grade A quality," reports said. Further investigation by CCSO revealed the purse purchased by the undercover deputy was counterfeit and not a genuine Louis Vuitton. Why would people choose to dwell on this? There are so many more important things to consider, anyhow. Her motives, for instance. She may not be at fault. I would say that at most, people need to know that making fake merchandise is wrong, but once she is corrected, she should not suffer for making money off of those big boss companies that pull in millions on a daily basis. I believe that correction might be needed, but other people need to consider her not as a criminal, but as a person who made a mistake. We all do just that, after all. Better illustration, you put tires on your hot rod/rice rocket or plain ride and they are just the brand you know you want, but nope, the tread separates and you find yourself in a ditch. Hyperbole? Yes, no one probably died from ugg boots singapore outlet a fake purse, but misrepresenting a name brand by selling a fake is wrong too. If you really don t see any harm, then, I am sorry for your lack of understanding of the law. Criminals have long used counterfeit items to fund their illegal lifestyle and organization. Hint, when they sell fake goods they usually are cheating at taxes and YOU are making up for this. If you don t understand that, you are pretty hopeless. Yes, buyer beware!! I was VERY shocked to hear that In certain parts of Europe ( where the originals are made ), you will be ARRESTED if you are caught carrying a knock off purse etc. Dana Klein s customers knew they were buying knock offs. Just like drugs,those who sell and those who use,guilty. Maybe it is the NDN not writing a clear story but it states that she said ugg outlet woodbury commons it was Grade A quality. Nowhere does it say she stated the item was genuine LV, Gucci, etc. What about the place at the mall? They also sell knock offs. Some are very close while others change the print a tiny bit to resemble the real thing. Shouldn t those stores be shut down?