Counterfeit accessories, such as battery packs, battery chargers and AC adapters, intended for use with Canon camera or video camcorder products, are not equipped with protective devices that meet Canon's designated quality standards.
As a result, when (more...)
The following is a notification from UL that the LED lamps identified below bear a counterfeit UL Mark. The LED lamps have not been evaluated by UL to the appropriate Standards for Safety and it is unknown if these LED lamps comply with any safety require (more...)
A report by Consumer Report's Eric Evarts has identified that the $95 Pegasus Advanta 265/70R17 SUV tires tested by Consumer Reports are unauthorized copies of the authentic Pegasus Advanta tire. The tires may be from tire molds that may have been stolen. (more...)
The Counterfeit Report receives a number a reports from our users believing that Duracell battery packages bearing the pink Duracell bunny are counterfeit. So many in fact, we felt the issue deserved its own page and explanation.
A representative from D (more...)
Kingston Technology is committed to eliminating counterfeit product from the marketplace.
Counterfeiters do not honor safety and environmental regulations nor uphold the quality standards for which Kingston is known. Additionally, counterfeiters negative (more...)
Simply, this 64GB SDHC memory card is a fake. There is no DigitalAid.com website and no manufacturer's information.
The Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) format is defined in version 2.0 of the SD specification, supporting cards with capacities up to (more...)