And in two separate seizures in the month of August, CBP officers intercepted shipments from China that contained 10,200 counterfeit Gucci and Luis Vuitton handbags, with a MSRP of $6.7 million.Counterfeit handbags seized by CBP
The National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center is one of the U.S. government’s key weapons in the fight against criminal counterfeiting and piracy. As the federal agency responsible for the management, control and protection of U.S. borders, CBP is on the frontline of Intellectual Property Rights ("IPR") enforcement. The men and women of CBP protect the nation's economy, the safety of its people, and our national security against harm from counterfeit and pirated goods. The IPR center encourages members of the general public, industry, trade associations, law enforcement and government agencies to report violations of intellectual property rights by visiting StopFakes.gov.