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When Did Counterfeit Become Cool?

Once upon a time, counterfeit luxury goods were considered a fashion faux pas. Unfortunately, there now seems to be a growing comfort with—even preference for—counterfeit luxury goods.

Poker Player Allegedly Revealed as Mastermind Behind $230M Counterfeit Drug Scheme

Las Vegas poker player Lazaro Hernandez has been exposed as the mastermind behind a $230 million counterfeit prescription medication operation.

Nike Files Lawsuit Against Social Media Influencer for Allegedly Endorsing Counterfeit Products

Lawsuits have been filed by Nike against a social media influencer who allegedly sells and promotes counterfeit Nike apparel. Learn more in this article.

Shrinktoberfest Webinar: No Tricks Just Treats to Support Your Holiday Asset Protection Strategy

Join us for the pre-season push to gear up with our subject matter experts as we talk about internal theft trends, AP data analytics, and new ways to identify counterfeit currency.

US Currency Education Program Hosting Webinar Series on Identifying Counterfeit Cash

Each Thursday in October, the CEP will provide education and training to frontline cash handlers to familiarize them with the security and design features of US Currency, so they can better recognize counterfeit cash.

When Did Counterfeit Become Cool?

Unfortunately for high-end retailers, there seems to be a growing comfort with—even preference for—counterfeit luxury goods.

$11.3M in Counterfeit Goods Found in Storage Units Seized by Police

Police officers seized $11.3M in counterfeit goods in a storage unit in Shrewsbury, police say. Read more about the incident, here.
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Amazon Announces Anti-Counterfeiting Exchange

Amazon has announced the new Anti-Counterfeiting Exchange (ACX), an industry collaboration designed to make it safer to shop online and more difficult for counterfeiters to move among different stores to attempt to sell their counterfeit goods.
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Amazon Seized Over 6M Counterfeit Products in 2022

According to the report, Amazon identified, seized, and disposed of more than 6 million counterfeit products in 2022 before they could reach customers or be sold elsewhere in the global supply chain.

HSI Houston Warns Consumers of Counterfeit Final Four Merchandise, Tickets

As the city of Houston prepares to host the 2023 NCAA Men’s Final Four from March 31 through April 3, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Houston cautions fans to be on the lookout for individuals and businesses attempting to sell unauthorized or counterfeit NCAA merchandise and tickets to Final Four games.
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