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Thousands of packs of suspected ‘illegal’ cigarettes and tobacco, worth more than £30,000, has been seized from shops in Erdington.
Two stallholders at Denaby market, Doncaster have collectively been ordered to pay more than £2,300 and do unpaid work for selling counterfeit goods.
An Atherstone shop worker who was caught selling illegal cigarettes has been jailed and could now face deportation.
Instagram has allowed fraudsters to use its social media platform to promote and sell counterfeit money and fake passports and ID documents, an investigation by The Sunday Telegraph has found.
Around 1,600 fake items were found by Border Force on just two occasions at Edinburgh Airport.
A Wolverhampton shop where trading standards officers seized counterfeit cigarettes is bidding to reopen again.
In celebration of World IP Day, today (29 April 2019) the City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has announced its latest operation that assists victims of counterfeit websites in obtaining a refund.
Our view of fraudulent identity documents in 2018 – Trust ID
The City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) raided premises in Manchester on Thursday 14 March, with 277,000 pairs of shoes being found in one warehouse alone.
€5 million worth of Dove, Head & Shoulders and Pantene was likely on its way to Europe from China via Latin America, says OLAF.
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