In this way, it is not the buyer or the seller that decides whether a commodity is a genuine imitation, but is determined by the trademark owner. 3. In order to avoid being accused of accidentally selling counterfeit goods, how can you protect yourself in advance? If you still accidentally sell counterfeit products, and the buyer rages to sue for fraud and the trademark owner suing for violation of the trademark law, you feel that you are also a victim, then how can you protect yourself? This part involves the issue of subjective offense, that is to say, "Do you know if it is a counterfeit product when it is sold right now?" At this time, it is usually seen from several aspects:
Is the source of the goods a legitimate channel and is the purchase from the original factory? Or buy from third-party manufacturers? If you purchase goods from third-party manufacturers, you will have the obligation to further verify, because after all, the old picture restoration goods are not directly from the original factory, you must pay special attention to the source of the goods. When purchasing goods from a third-party manufacturer, has the manufacturer presented relevant original factory certificates, product source certificates, or issued a guarantee of authenticity?
If the third-party manufacturer is unable to issue the original factory certificate, the product source certificate, or issue a guarantee, it means that there may be a problem with the source of the product. Online sellers who buy from unknown sources and sell them in the future are usually considered to have known Intentional counterfeiting. Is the selling price reasonable? For example, the normal market price of a LV bag is 50,000 yuan. Someone comes to sell it to you and says, "I have a batch of LV bags that are very cheap. If you need to call me, one only costs 10,000 yuan."