Timber dealer signboard high-profile notes “high imitation”, lawyer: can not be regarded as counterfeit

2022-06-22 0 By

Extreme news reporter Yao Yun video clip Ma Xingxiang
“Newly arrived fake blood sandalwood” “High imitation flower pear”…Recently, hebei Cangzhou raw timber business out of a few billboards, netizens questioned the open sale of fake.Lawyers said that it could not be identified as selling fake goods.A local consumer complaint hotline said Tuesday morning that further verification was needed.A video posted online showed a pile of wood in a vacant lot, next to two billboards with the words “New to Fake blood sandalwood” and “New to sandalwood” prominently printed in yellow on a red background.Nearby, another billboard printed “High imitation flower pear” and labeled “foreign source.”After the video went viral, many netizens joked that it was the most “honest” business in history.In addition, there are also netizens questioned whether the business is suspected of selling fake goods openly?On the morning of December 12, jimu News contacted a shop in Cangzhou, Hebei province, and asked if there were any high-imitation flower pears for sale. The other side said, “There are no such materials now.”Then he hung up.Cangzhou consumer Hotline said it could not tell whether there was any illegal behavior through the billboard and needed to further verify the situation.Chen Liang, a lawyer from Hubei Haolu Law Firm, said advertisements should contain real information such as product name, character, specification and origin, while wood billboards are not clearly marked and should be corrected.The “fake” and “highly imitation” are statements of wood species, indicating that they are not of a certain species and therefore cannot be deemed to be selling fake wood. However, such expressions violate public order and good customs and are also prone to mislead, which should be corrected.More exciting information please download “extreme news” client in the application market, do not reprint without authorization, welcome to provide news clues, once adopted will pay.