QUIZ: Can You Figure Out Which Of These Sites Sell Fake NFL Swag?

The U.S. Customs and Immigration Agency has been busy hunting down Internet sites pawning fake NFL swag.The agency announced that it had tracked down and seized $13.6 million in fraudulent NFL merchandise from abroad.

ICE released screenshots of eight websites selling Super Bowl merchandise to fans. See if you can spot the websites illegally selling your favourite Ravens and 49ers gear.

2012nfljerseys.com - Selling Nike 49ers jerseys for a steal. Legitimate website or counterfeit goods?

ANSWER: Counterfeit! The domain name was seized by the ICE.

20jerseys.com — Offering Nike jerseys from tons of pro teams. Legitimate or counterfeit?

ANSWER: Counterfeit! The domain was seized by the ICE.

Shop49ers.com — All your favourite 49ers jerseys, hats and souvenirs. Legitimate or counterfeit?

ANSWER: Legitimate! It's the official online shop for the San Francisco 49ers.

Also listed as an official 49ers store. Legitimate or counterfeit?

ANSWER: Counterfeit! The site looks up to par, but the ICE caught it.

A site selling jerseys from the top Ravens players. Legitimate or counterfeit?

ANSWER: Legitimate! Stock up on your favourite Ravens gear here.

The Ravens store, listed as an official store for the team. Legitimate or counterfeit?

ANSWER: Counterfeit! Although it looks similar to the last, the ICE caught this one as a fake.

Football Fanatics, with gear for fans cheering on both sides of the game. Legitimate or counterfeit?

ANSWER: Legitimate! The site carries Super Bowl swag from coffee mugs to keychains.

Another Football Fanatics site. Legitimate or counterfeit?

ANSWER: Counterfeit! It's almost a dead ringer for the last, but this Football Fanatics site didn't make the cut.

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