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Typically, refunds and returns are handled by the seller.”Amazon does not tolerate fraud and counterfeit,” the company says, adding that it works to improve the way it detects and prevents fakes “from reaching our marketplace.”Stepp is still looking to buy authentic ones online for her 2 and 4 year old granddaughters for Christmas. “I am reading fine print from now on,” she says.WowWee, the company that makes authentic Fingerlings, says it is aware of the counterfeit problem. The company sued 165 counterfeiters last month, and CEO Richard Yanofsky says the company has notified customs officials around the world to try and stop fakes coming from China, where the authentic ones are also made.”We know Fingerlings is a high demand toy, and we’re working very closely with our retail partners to ensure stores are stocked this holiday season,” WowWee says.Counterfeiters typically focus on products that are sought after, knowing that they can sell them quickly on third party marketplaces before they get caught, says James Thomson, a partner at Buy Box Experts, a consulting group that helps online sellers with marketing.”It’s hard for retailers to detect,” Thomson says.Counterfeiters may bypass safety standards, and the knockoffs could contain lead, have small parts that are choking hazards or have sharp edges, says Richard Gottlieb, a consultant at Global Toy Experts.”The biggest danger is that it’s an unsafe toy,” he says.”I knew right away it wasn’t authentic,” says Veilleux.Wal Mart Stores Inc.