If you are aware or suspect any persons infringing on the intellectual property of Marvel, please contact [email protected] and describe the suspected infringement. Please be as detailed as possible so that the claim can be investigated properly. P (more...)
The Manhattan District Attorney has charged a man for attempting to sell counterfeit artwork that he falsely claimed were by British artist Damien Hirst, including the artist's "spin" paintings and "dot" limited edition prints worth t (more...)
Basketball fans across the country watch or head to National Basketball Association (NBA) events and are often eager to purchase or take home a NBA memorable keepsake. Counterfeiters use just this enthusiasm to prey on unsuspecting fans, and sell them una (more...)
Counterfeiters profit by creating and selling deceptive NHL branded products, often to unsuspecting consumers. While the NHL and the companies that sell well-known NHL branded products are the obvious and direct victims of counterfeiting, this illicit act (more...)
All around the world, millions are gearing up for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.. Kids will watch and dream of being an Olympian when they're older. The majority of us will watch, amazed by the athleticism displayed, and root for our home (more...)
In March 2009 sellers in Canada began offering several Amero coins on eBay that are copyright infringements (copies) of original Amero designs. The sellers used Daniel Carr's picture of one of his original (genuine) coins for a few of their eBay auctions. (more...)
Dale Chihuly has led the avant-garde in the development of glass as a fine art. His work is included in more than 200 hundred museum collections worldwide. He has been the recipient of many awards, including twelve honorary doctorates and two fellowships (more...)
Popular Disney collectibles, products, DVDs and even the theme park tickets are popular targets for counterfeiters. Disney experiences a landslide of counterfeit products on eBay, Craig's List, swap meet vendors and China websites.
Counterfeit products m (more...)
Chinese counterfeiters are minting counterfeit coins. While an authentic coin could be worth over $100,000, you can get a counterfeit for under $2.
In 1937, an inexperienced Denver Mint employee improperly used an abrasive stick in an attempt to remove (more...)
The public has a role in maintaining the integrity of U.S. currency. You can help guard against the threat from counterfeiters by becoming more familiar with United States currency.
Look at the money you receive. Compare a suspect note with a genuine not (more...)