I wrote to the vendor and told him the suit was counterfeit. Borrelli has 2 r's.
Thought everyone would get a big laugh from his reply:
No I didn't, but then again why can't it merely be a Borelli, not a fake Borrelli? It seems well-made to me. I did initially misspell it, and I apologize and have revised the listing -- I have a problem with words with double letters, and still mess up Vacuum and Recommend most times. Again my apology for the mistake and trouble.
I believe there actually is one R Borelli that makes men's goods. I see their ties, shoes, and other products on ebay regularly. On occasion I have seen a conscientious seller go out of his way to make clear that what he's selling is not a "Borrelli" product. But not usually.
Didn't we have some discussion previously about "Borelli"? I seem to recall pictures of a few items didn't appear conspicuously fake, in that they didn't appear to be copying tag designs and the like. EDIT: Lawyerdad posted while I was putting my post together.
It's not a counterfeit Borrelli but an authentic Borelli - really a cheap suit and no pretense to the quality of the Neapolitan Borrelli.
Whether or not the Borelli name causes confusion for customers (and it seems to given the posts here) and therefore infringes on Borrelli Napoli's trademark is a different matter and for the courts to decide.