Friday, April 11, 2014

Women's Apparel Importers Settle Customs Fraud Case for $10 Million

According to a report on Corporate Crime Reporter certain importers of women's apparel have agreed to pay at fine of $10 million to settle a case in which the government charged that the importers, during the period from 2003 through 2012, engaged in a scheme to evade payment of U.S. customs duties, which involved underpayment of customs duties by use of multiple invoices, including the use of invoices that fraudulently understated the transaction value of the apparel being imported.

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