HP claims it confiscated more than 3.5 million fake print products over 12-month period

646,000 of the counterfeit print products were across EMEA between November 2020 and October 2021

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HP claims it confiscated more than 3.5 million fake print products over 12-month period

HP says it has seized more than 3.5 million fraudulent print products, parts and components during the past year as it claims counterfeiters are increasingly selling their goods online. Between ...

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