A rogue internet trader who sold fake versions of gadgets from top brands has been stopped by Portsmouth City Council investigators.
After complaints from customers about dodgy products, they raided his premises and found thousands of counterfeit Apple, Sony, Nintendo, Sennheiser and Monster items.
Michael Reeder, 35, of Carbis Close, Port Solent, Portsmouth, was convicted last week (19 March) after a complex 18-month operation by the council’s trading standards team.
Reeder denied 13 offences under the Trade Marks Act but was found guilty of all of them, and is to be sentenced at Portsmouth …
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