Thursday, April 26, 2007

Handbags sold through ebay were counterfeit (UK)

BRICKLAYER Alan Foulkes, who sold counterfeit designer handbags on ebay, the internet auction site, has been ordered to hand over £25,000.

The Recorder, Nic Parry, gave Foulkes six months to pay but he will serve two months in jail if he does not pay up.

Foulkes, 47, of Plas Uchaf, Towyn Way West, Towyn, had admitted selling an item in contravention of the Trade Marks Act, two charges of possessing goods with false trade marks, and he asked for 25 similar offences to be considered.

Mold Crown Court heard in January how he sold Louise Vuiton handbags on ebay under the seller’s name of Mabon1.

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