Target to pay $1m to settle MAC fake cosmetics case
Retailer Target will pay global make-up giant MAC Cosmetics $1 million after settling a long running legal case over the discount store’s sale of a range of allegedly fake MAC cosmetics in 2012.
Target, which is owned by Perth-based conglomerate Wesfarmers, will also run corrective advertising in its catalogues and across various social media platforms to bring to an end the court battle which saw the national retailer accused of selling fake MAC.
The corrective advertising will state that Target could not prove that its MAC range was not fake. MAC, one of the biggest make-up brands in the world, is owned by Estee Lauder. Sydney Morning Herald – Read more…