Chances are you've probably seen a counterfeit good at one time or another. Maybe you even inadvertently purchased one, only to find out later that it wasn't the brand name product at an incredible price as advertised. With increased globalization spreading the manufacturing and sale of goods throughout the world and with the appeal of cheaper prices, counterfeiting has become a major industry. This is particularly true in the United States which has one of the largest markets for consumer goods. In 2013, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security reported seizing over $1.7 billion in counterfeit goods, and those were just the goods that were discovered.
In the U.S., federal law protecting trademarks makes it illegal to knowingly traffic counterfeit goods, which includes the production, sale and transport of such goods. The maximum penalty for first-time offenders trafficking in counterfeit goods is 10 years in prison and a $2 million fine. For second-time offenders, the penalty is 20 years and a $5 million fine. In addition, if a corporation traffics in counterfeit goods, it can be subject to a fine of $15 million.
Vector Worldwide Counterfeiting
Due to theft of the software While the brand name Vector has been used since before 2010 (see our Vector-NLS Trademark) The name "Vector" and similar devices are one of the most counterfeited devices on the market. Moreover, Counterfeit Vector devices are now made in China and Malaysia of very low quality. Most consumers are not aware that these devices were originally hacked copies from Russia. Nowadays they come with spyware that allows the manufacturer to view into your computer at anytime and also disable or "blacklist" your device so they are completely unusable. Unfortunately most of these counterfeiters are targeting low price buyers and many Latin American countries, saddly taking advantage of unsuspecting consumers. The way to identify these dishonest companies is simple:
Look out for exaggerated claims that they are the inventors or original company.
Look out for fake or expired certifications.
Look out for the use or sale of "fake Diplomas" or if they are using fake PhD to pass themselves as doctors or specialists
Look out for false claims of being able to cure diseases or treatment of disease.
Look out for low for extremely low prices, more often they are quick to break.
How to identify if I have a Counterfeit Copy?
Unauthorized Trademark Logos
Counterfeit Trademark Logo
Most consumers are unaware that the Vector devices today are being sold as the so-called "original device". For the most part this is not true - perhaps is should be called the "original counterfeit". Most of the time, you can not tell you are purchasing a fake.
Unauthorized Video Promotions
Copyright Infringement from China
Software original hacked from Russia Company "OOO Vector"
China Version of the device showed the low quality ports - does not meet the standard speed USB transmission to work properly
Stolen Software by Chnia Company
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