Just to agree with Grace, finding a market (outside of one like ebay) for fake products is extremely easy. You open a stall at a market and they will line up around the corner for your products, but, and it's a really big but, you have to ask yourself is it worth it.
Problem number one, actually getting them into the country without getting caught by Customs.
Number two, even if you have some luck and get a load through somehow, the problem of fakes in the market place sees agents constantly monitoring marketplaces on the look out for just this.
Most cases people are lucky and Customs catch the load as it arrives, and for a first offence you will most likely just loose the load without any further action being taken.
What tends to happen if you manage to get the load through and then set up selling, and get sprung by agents, is a completely different story.
Then you will not only loose your stock, but you have a very high degree chance of legal action been taken against you as well, and that can cost you a lot more than cash!
Imagine that sort of emotional strain on a family, having the brand owning company coming after you, wanting their slice of flesh for you doing your best to put them out of business.
Not a pretty picture.