Sure, plenty of sites have language options, especially when you're looking at places that cater to the European and Asian markets—but they don't have as big of a language barrier that fake sites do. Remember the big mess Abercrombie & Fitch found themselves in when crappy translation software on a bootleg site stuck a racial epithet in the name of a color? Likewise, the product copy sounds straight off of Engrish.com. Anything that horribly speaks to the strength of the brand more than the specific product is cause for alarm.
5. There is an obvious language barrier