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Latest News - 09/2019

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Edgbaston welcomes the ACG IP Roadshow

06 September 2019

The Anti-Counterfeiting Group (ACG) travelled to Edgbaston in Birmingham yesterday to host its fourth Intellectual Property (IP) Roadshow of the year.

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Hayes pre-clearance centre welcomes ACG

03 September 2019

More than 50 Border Force and HMRC officers from the new Hayes pre-clearance centre visited the training event of ACG members exhibiting genuine and fake goods.

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ACG work in partnership with Heathrow Border Force to detain counterfeits

02 September 2019

Border Force officers at Heathrow targeted freight cargo imports last week and were joined by ACG and brand members last Friday to verify suspected counterfeit goods and collect invaluable intelligence.

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Trading Standards officers seize dangerous counterfeit perfume haul - and issue warning to Christmas shoppers

30 September 2019

The bottles of fragrance, labelled as designer items by the likes of YSL, Giorgio Armani, Thierry Mugler and Dior, are likely to contain high levels of chemicals that can cause nasty reactions when sprayed onto the skin. And these substances are flammable, making them dangerous for people to have in their homes.

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Takeaway closed after machetes, knives and counterfeit cigarettes seized

27 September 2019

Around £5,000 in cash was recovered along with thousands of pounds worth of counterfeit cigarettes and tobacco.

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Huge haul of fake goods found during illegal housing raid

26 September 2019

Trading Standards officers also found a number of hidden knives in the property after swooping on an address on Whalebone Grove, Dagenham.

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Huge crash for Mustang driver highlights the danger of fake gear flooding the market

24 September 2019

A racer in the US has illustrated in the most graphic terms what fake gear – in this case, his racing harness – can result in. After a brake failure, the driver hits a barrier head on in his Mustang, resulting in a catastrophic failure of his harness.

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Redditch man fined for selling counterfeit football shirts

23 September 2019

The football kits included those for England, Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal.

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Counterfeit goods seized during joint operation at popular Perthshire market

21 September 2019

Fake tracksuits, trainers, perfume and jewellery were claimed by Perth and Kinross Council’s Trading Standards at the Errol Sunday Market on August 18 in a joint operation with Police Scotland and the market organisers Morris Leslie.

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Counterfeit and illicit tobacco seized in Stafford

20 September 2019

An ongoing operation to combat the sale of illicit and counterfeit tobacco in Stafford has seen the seizure of 3,280 cigarettes and 6,950g of hand-rolling tobacco.

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ACG represents more than 3,000 brands affected by this influx of fakes into the UK and delivers an international network of information, advice and contacts on all aspects of IP protection. Working with Government and law enforcement agencies since 1980, ACG is focused on providing an effective and sustained response to counterfeiting.

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