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Insights into Converging Crimes

There were a number of quite serious crimes against persons charged concurrently with counterfeiting crimes. These included assault with a deadly weapon

Motivated by powerful financial incentives, counterfeiting activity attracts some of the heaviest hitters in the criminal world.

In this report, learn about the nature of who you’re dealing with when you fight online crime. In partnership with MarkMonitor, the Michigan State University Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection (A-CAPP) details the on- and offline impacts of such crimes – and what this might mean for your consumers.

A few of the highlights:

  • Median illicit revenue generated by counterfeiting schemes: $1.4M
  • The two most profitable schemes generated about $80M each
  • Criminals who counterfeit may have past histories of assault, attempted homicide and even terrorism

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