It's an interesting perspective that you put forward, so I'm assuming that as you consider selling fakes as helping people in need, you guys would be informing the customer that they are in fact fake?
It's a different slant, most who sell fakes only have an interest in ripping the customers off by tricking them into believing that they are getting a real bargain of a genuine article, and of course that is simple fraud!
Their bottom line is making as much cash from screwing over as many customers as they can get away with it, nothing very Robin Hood about their policy!
Not sure what you have in mind, but as it unfolds I hope you share the structure with us here. The idea of selling fakes to a knowing customer base is something I'm not sure has ever been done, certainly at a retail level, so that is quite interesting.
Of course there is a difference between a fake to selling a designer inspired product, which of course are sold quite openly.
Sounds like a mine field, how you do inform customers of what they are purchasing without alerting the authorities to what you are doing.
Anyway, you say you have a plan, so should be interesting to see how it unfolds for your group.