By  on December 23, 2019

Counterfeits are a year-round business, but the holiday shopping spike tends to draw the attention of customs enforcers and brands seeking to thwart imposters seeking a piece of the estimated more than $140 billion online holiday shopping pie in the U.S. 

The problem isn’t so much necessarily whether counterfeiting itself increases around the shopping season, but more a matter of the volume of sales, especially through e-commerce, that raises the odds of knock-offs winding up under the Christmas tree, experts said.   

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