Over 100 million yuan involved!

Fake LV bag can scan out the official website link, is it listed before the real one?


The police revealed the secret behind...

  Recently, the Shanghai police cracked a huge counterfeit luxury goods case involving over 100 million yuan.

In order to achieve the purpose of being fake, the gang even implanted chips in fake bags and scanned the genuine links on the official website.

  In December last year, Shanghai Qingpu police discovered that someone sold suspected counterfeit LV bags through Moments all year round. At first, the police thought it was an ordinary end-of-sale seller, but in-depth investigation found that the account also sold LV bags. Hardware Accessories.

  Cai Haifeng, captain of the Food and Drug Environmental Investigation Brigade of the Qingpu Public Security Bureau, Shanghai: He could actually distribute this kind of hardware, so it can prove to be a counterfeit den and a gang.

  After tracking funds and logistics, the police found that the actual user of the WeChat account was Zheng XX who lives in Guangzhou.

After several months of investigation, a counterfeit production and sales gang hiding in Guangzhou, Dongguan, and Foshan gradually surfaced.

  On July 14, the police simultaneously closed the Internet at more than 40 dens in Guangzhou, Dongguan, Foshan and other places, destroying the criminal gang of manufacturing and selling counterfeit LV brand bags led by Zheng Moumou, Xu Moumou and others, and arrested the suspect 62 Seized more than 30 counterfeit equipment; more than 2,000 counterfeit brand bags; more than 100,000 pieces of raw materials such as fake leather, hardware accessories, anti-counterfeiting buttons, and fake chips, with a value of more than 100 million yuan.

  The police told reporters that the counterfeit brand bags smelled of formaldehyde.

The genuine inner lining is relatively flat, but the fake bag does not fit tightly between the inner lining and the outer skin after drying.

  According to the investigation, the suspect colluded with Shi Mou, a Guangzhou LV brand counter, and allowed him to make use of his work convenience. Before the new product bags were publicly sold, they were provided to counterfeiting gangs for imitation, so that the counterfeit brand bags could be synchronized or even before the real products were listed. Sales.

  In addition, the counterfeiting group also built an NFC chip in the new counterfeit bag, and the link that pops up after scanning is actually the LV official website.

  Jiang Tianming, a civilian police officer from the Food and Drug Environmental Investigation Brigade of the Shanghai Qingpu Public Security Bureau, said that there is no NFC chip that can be read by a mobile phone in the authentic bag.