INVESTIGATORS & SECURITY CONSULTANTS
<h1 class="entry-title">Category: Counterfeit Clothing and Merchandise</h1>

Man jailed for manufacturing fake clothing worth £18,000

An excellent Court result by SURELOCK investigators working together with detectives from The City of London Police (Police and Intellectual Property Crime Unit) on behalf of our clients Trademarks and Rights holders Against Piracy (TRAP) and the music industry who would like to thank all those involved in bringing about this successful prosecution. http://news.cityoflondon.police.uk/r/1308/man_jailed_for_manufacturing_fake_clothing_worth

Another really excellent result by the SURELOCK team working with West Yorkshire Trading Standards in 2016 and sentenced today

Five members of a Bradford family narrowly escape prison sentences for their role in a £500K counterfeit clothing breach of band trademarks, including Arctic Monkeys and Motorhead. https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/17453943.arctic-monkeys-and-motorhead-trademarks-breached-in-counterfeiting-operation/

Ron Harrison of Surelock appointed ABI President-Elect 2019-2020

Surelock and the Association of British Investigators, are both very proud to announce the appointment as President-Elect for 2019-2020 the highly respected member and Governing Council Discipline Officer, Ron HARRISON. Ron has been a member of the ABI since November 2009, initially attending branch meetings, then got more involved sitting on selection panels for new […]

SURELOCK working with West Yorkshire Trading Standards on behalf of our clients TRAP (Trademark and Rights holders Against Piracy) protecting the music artists

  Stephen Clarkson, director of Custom Design UK Ltd, was handed an eight-month prison sentence, suspended for two years, at Bradford Crown Court. Following information received in 2016 from Surelock, which represents numerous trademark holders that Custom Design UK Ltd was selling counterfeit clothing through an eBay account. West Yorkshire Trading Standards (WYTS) seized, during […]

14 Feb

Custodial sentences for selling counterfeit goods

Courts can impose custodial sentences to persons selling counterfeit goods Time to think before buying counterfeit goods, time to think before selling. Counterfeits are more than just a cheap version of a genuine more expensive item.  Consider value for money, quality and workmanship rather than looking for a copy without the class.  Counterfeit items may […]