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Feds Seize 20,000 Fake Phones

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Jun 4, 2008, 2:30 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Federal authorities in New York state have uncovered nearly 20,000 counterfeit phones that bare the brand names from most of the major handset manufacturers. The phones were seized in March from a company called Perfect Connection, located in Jamaica, N.Y. Among the faked handsets were 3,827 Motorolas, 5,249 Samsungs, 4,311 LGs, 798 Nokias and 5,503 Sony Ericssons. All of the phones appear to have been manufactured and imported from China. In connection, the authorities also found an unspecified number of faked Motorola universal cell phone chargers bearing the Underwriters Laboratory logo. The UL says the chargers have not been tested for safety and don't have the right to bear the UL logo.

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Globhead

Jun 6, 2008, 4:46 PM

I want one.

I always liked the way the RAZR looks, but Motorola is such a p!ss poor manufacturer. Maybe a counterfeit RAZR would be better.
apex

Jun 4, 2008, 2:45 PM

China makes good products... whats the big deal?

Kidding of course, but maybe we'll see some cheaper phones circulating around lol.
they were our supplier ☚ī¸

immigration also came in on this
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