The Icom IC-V89 Transceiver Radio shown at the left and below is a fake Icom product. This product is not made by Icom and does not exist in Icom's product range.
Counterfeit products have become a serious concern for Icom. Icom continues to fight again (more...)
How to determine if you have legitimate Frontline products:
If there is a sticker on the outside of the retail carton with information such as the EPA registration number and/or the animal body weight for the product, then it is not EPA-registered Fr (more...)
By way of definition, a counterfeit Cold Steel product is a cheaply produced, poorly manufactured copy that is being sold as the genuine article. These products are, naturally, not covered by the Cold Steel warranty.
These are sub standard knock-offs and (more...)
Counterfeit Tomei Powered products are being sold around the world. Here are is the detailed information on the copied Tomei Fuel Pressure Regulator that is being sold on eBay and other so called "authorized" Tomei dealers.
Counterfeit Tomei re (more...)
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office has issued a warning over the dangers posed to the safety of vessels, crews and cargoes by counterfeit nautical charts and publications and has produced a simple guide to help identify genuine Admiralty products.
US Customs seized thousands of boxes of "Tide" laundry detergent at a Seattle Port.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers found nearly 1500 cartons containing over 5000 boxes of counterfeit Tide laundry soap arriving in Seattle from Chin (more...)