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Counterfeit pantyliners seized in Antipolo

/ 10:25 PM February 21, 2019

Boxes of counterfeit branded pantyliners were seized by National Bureau of Investigation agents from a business firm in Antipolo City recently. NBI Photos

ANTIPOLO CITY, Philippines – Boxes of counterfeit pantyliners were seized by agents of the National Bureau of Investigation-Intellectual Property Rights Division from a business firm in Antipolo City recently.

Confiscated from Misumi Direct Sales were some P60,000 worth of counterfeit Shuya brand pantyliners.

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The owner of the establishment, identified as Donnah Mae Miranda was not around during the raid.

She will face a trademark infringement case for violating Republic Act 8293.

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If found guilty, she may be sentenced to 2 to 5 years in jail and fined  from P50,000 to P200,000.

The NBI team, led by Isaac Carpeso, was armed with a search warrant issued by the Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 46.

Several test buys were made before the raid.

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The NBI conducted the raid after a complaint was filed by the original manufacturers of Shuya pantyliners.

The NBI warned not to purchase counterfeit items.  / gsg

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