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LA Port Police intercepts $10 million worth of fake iPods, iPhones and other gad

Posted on Saturday, February 12 2011 @ 20:55:22 CET by


L.A. Port Police has seized more than $10 million in counterfeit iPods, iPhones and other devices from a sophisticated downtown ware house operation:
"This was a well-funded operation, and the counterfeits looked very authentic," said Ron Boyd, chief of the approximately 200-member L.A. Port Police force, adding that a buyer might not have noticed anything awry until he or she got home and tried to hook up with iTunes.

Investigators said they thought that the shipment was designed to get Apple Inc. lookalike products into the market during the recent buzz over the Consumer Electronics Show. Some of the products were designed to look like older Apple products, such as iPod Nanos without touch screens, which remain popular with some consumers.
Full details at LA Times.




 



 

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