Unscrupulous overseas manufacturers and criminal elements in the United States are selling counterfeit L-3 EOTech Holographic Weapon Sights to consumers, as well as police officers and soldiers.
The counterfeiters closely replicated the outside appearan (more...)
US Golf Equipment manufacturers estimate that there are 2 million counterfeit golf clubs produced each year.
Titleist AP2 irons are some of the most copied clubs on the market today. Acushnet Company vigorously protects its intellectual property.
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A recent bulletin by US Customs reported the seizure of magnifiers bearing the EOTech branding "L3 EOTech."
The product does not appear to copy any current magnifier product manufactured by EOTech and available on the retail market.
Leupold is issuing a customer alert to purchasers of products, particularly via Internet sales, in regards to bogus Leupold products that are apparently being illegally imported from the People's Republic of China. These products bear many of the marks an (more...)
Counterfeiters profit by creating and selling deceptive branded products, often to unsuspecting consumers. While the companies that sell well-known branded products are the obvious and direct victims of counterfeiting, this illicit activity also poses a r (more...)
PING has successfully built its premium brand based on quality and innovation. Unfortunately, that success attracts a growing number of counterfeiters who offer their fake PING products using websites, internet auctions and retail stores.
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