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Fashion companies specialize in design — and most spend good money on perfecting the design of their site. "They're always going to want to have the best imagery of their products and it's going to be shiny and fancy," says DeMille. Poor-quality photos and cluttered, unprofessional-looking design are huge red flags that the site can't be trusted. Also, read the fine print carefully before buying anything. Look out for strange wording or spelling and grammar mistakes, as it's common for these sites to be run out of countries where English isn't the first language. Most retail websites have simple URLs — like michaelkors.com , louisvuitton.com or calvinklein.us . If the company has a trademark on its name, its domain name typically matches that name. If you see extra words in the URL like "deals," "sales" or "super discounts," as well as extra characters, there's a good chance the website is a scam. You can also type an address into Google's Transparency Report to see the site's safety rating from Google.
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