We Trace Sellers and Production of Fake Automotive Parts

Digitpol is an International leader in the fight against the manufacturing, sale and distribution of Counterfiet Automotive Parts & Software such as Diagnostic Tools, Repair Manuals & Software, Illegal tools used to manlipulate immoblizers, Counterfeit Airbags Modules, Steering wheels, Brake parts and ABS sensors.

We investigate Automotive Intellectual Property crimes, often referred to as “Fake Car Parts” from start to finish by tracing illegal manufactures to litigation with removal of on-line shops selling counterfeit car parts, software and take-down of websites and stores hosting illicit and copyright automotive content. At Digitpol’s IP Crime team we conduct investigations in cooperation with Law Enforcement agencies followed up by covert purchasing of counterfeit goods. We conduct forensic analysis of seized illegal goods providing detailed evidence and comprehensive analysis, in which has led to criminal convictions in several countries.

Digitpol has analysed thousands of counterfeit automotive safety components and our Intellectual Property experts work with all major vehicle manufactures. We operate in cooperation with Police and International Intellectual Property and paten specialists. Automotive illicit goods are a great risk to safety and modern society.

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According to the study of Counterfeiting Intelligence Bureau (CIB) of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) counterfeit Goods make up 5 to 7% of World Trade, Counterfeiting is one of the fastest growing economic crimes worldwide. It threatens the economies of developed and developing countries alike, damages new investment, and increasingly endangers public health and safety. Technological advances mean counterfeiters have become more sophisticated. Today, a huge range of items are counterfeited, from clothing and pharmaceuticals to car parts and agrochemicals.@Counterfeiting Intelligence Bureau (CIB)
Europol states, The international trade in counterfeit products represents up to 2.5 % of world trade, or as much as EUR 338 billion, according to 2013 data. Put in perspective, this is the equivalent of Austria’s GDP, or the combined GDP of Ireland and the Czech Republic. The impact of counterfeiting is particularly high in the European Union, where counterfeit and pirated products make up to 5 % of imports, or as much as EUR 85 billion. @Europol