Evidence suggests that purchasers of counterfeit goods are increasingly using buying agents in China to send their products to them internationally. Worryingly, some of these agents are proactively promoting their ability to get replica products through customs – with one promising that they will be sent via “sensitive shipping lines”.

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RE: Counterfeit buyers increasingly using Chinese agents that promote sending fakes through “sensitive shipping lines”

Services such as my-validactor can kill the fake markets instantly. If only there is the willingness to do so. Prices are near ZERO

Dino Nicola, on 30 Jul 2017 @ 11:19

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