Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018

Italian authorities act against online counterfeit resellers


Rome, January 24 - Italy's antitrust authority on
Thursday told online sites and they had two days' time to stop selling
counterfeit goods bearing the famous brands before sanctions
would apply.
Italy's antitrust authorities said the two websites - based
in China - had two days to take down their sites otherwise
access to the sites would be forcibly blocked in Italy.
In a statement, the authority said its action - deliberated
on January 23 - was necessary to protect the many consumers who
buy on the internet and are convinced they are paying outlet
prices for original Gucci and Prada products.
Italian consumer protection group Adoc says many online
shoppers are conned into buying fake goods because some
counterfeit sites lend the idea that they are official resellers
of original goods and use pictures and other marketing materials
that lend them credibility.
However such sites do not offer information on warranties,
which cannot be offered as the products are fake, nor any other
service or official contact information.

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