The Division of Economic Growth - Ajman (DED-Ajman) has revealed the seizure of greater than 413, 277 imitation versions of over 40 global brands worth over AED 82,655,400 million. DED-Ajman will be taking legal action against the lawbreakers demonstrating the department's commitment to guarantee the execution of local and federal laws that protect against scams in different forms, consisting of the relocate to suppress the promulgation of counterfeit products, which comprises a clear infraction of the law and a danger to the society and the customer.
Majed Al Suwaidi, Director of Customer Relations Department, DED-Ajman, stressed on the department's proceeding commitment towards the implementation of inspection projects in cooperation with appropriate authorities and hallmark representatives in the nation-- seizing these imitation items and help reduce the illegal piracy trade in the emirate.
He said, "DED-Ajman works hard to apprehend these lawbreakers - taking their phony things and imposing strict fines. These efforts fall in line with our relocate to assist create a fair customer and financial investment environment that not only sustains financial growth yet decreases incidences of fradulent commercial practices."
Al Suwaidi included: "We are devoted to managing and seizing fake items in an initiative to attain
balance in between the rights of consumers, traders and trademarks as the very first step towards developing a safe and competitive financial setting that supports the growth of numerous vital economic sectors. Our priority is to secure consumers that are sufferers of lawful infractions by some sellers, such as promoting and trading unlawful items that fall under the category of industrial scams, counterfeiting, building and infraction of copyright laws."
You could report any kind of instances of commercial fraud and associated practices through the DED-Ajman hotline number 80070 or using email at email@example.com