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Consumers Are Being Foiled by Fake Water Filters

In my latest piece for FairWarning, the result of months of investigation, I address the risk posed to consumers by counterfeit refrigerator water filters. Experts say the fake filters are more common online than most shoppers realize, and a recent study conducted an appliance-industry association demonstrates that counterfeit filters may not merely be useless -- they may also be harmful.
Read the full story here.

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