Counterfeit Products In The News:
Mar 22, 2017 - By TCR Press Release
eBay and Amazon have a counterfeit problem. Anybody, anywhere, can sell just about anything on the websites. Both sites allow unvetted worldwide sellers to inundate their websites with fake products.
Mar 15, 2017 - By TCR Press Release
A Tennessee family is suing Amazon for $30 million after a counterfeit hoverboard caught fire and completely destroyed their $1 million Nashville home, injuring two of the family’s four children.
Mar 12, 2017 - By Stacey Barchenger [email protected]
A Nashville family whose $1 million home was destroyed earlier this year in a fire caused by an alleged counterfeit hoverboard is now suing Amazon saying the retail giant knowingly sold a dangerous product.
Mar 10, 2017 - By Vicky Huang - thestreet.com
Jack Ma wants Chinese law enforcement to penalize counterfeiters like drunk drivers, with fines and jail time.
Mar 09, 2017 - By TCR Press Release
Alibaba CEO Jack Ma wants China’s top lawmakers to come down hard on counterfeiting, and jail time for those who sell them, but the focus is equally suited to Alibaba.
Mar 08, 2017 - By TCR Press Release
Amazon and eBay have become perfect platforms to enable and support distribution of counterfeit goods, a $1.7 trillion global criminal enterprise. The problem is that anybody can open a marketplace shop and sell anything on the websites.
Mar 08, 2017 - By Wall Street Journal Julian E. Barnes and Laurence Norman
The EU’s anti-fraud office, called OLAF, said there have been repeated warnings to the U.K. to tighten its customs efforts.
Mar 07, 2017 - By Steven Swinford
Britain is facing a £1.7billion fine from the EU for allowing criminal gangs to flood European black markets with illegal Chinese goods.
Mar 02, 2017 - By TCR Press Release
Counterfeit problems are growing for Amazon as sellers overwhelm the web platform. Complaints are mounting, and legitimate manufacturers are suffering big losses with little recourse.
Mar 01, 2017 - By TCR Press Release
Despite Amazon claims, deceptive fake product listings often remain after notification to Amazon.