Looks like the Los Angeles police dislike knock-offs. Recently, LA cops have busted a warehouse full of knock-offs, including fake iPods, iPhones and PSPs. The knockoffs were imported from Asia (probably China), and they were supposedly going to be sold around CES, duping consumers into thinking they were buying real Apple products for a waaaay lower price. What’s more, the cops also reportedly found receipts in the warehouse, along with other stolen and counterfeit goods, that pointed to the whole operation generating more than $7 million in profits. The end? Two dudes were arrested.
According to Ron Boyd, chief of the L.A. Port Police force, the knock-offs looked very authentic and a buyer might not have noticed anything awry until he or she got home and tried to hook up with iTunes. This shows that the knockoff makers are doing a great job on their products!
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