Counterfeiting is one of the most dangerous criminal activities for the global economy. Cautious estimates by renowned institutes assume that more than 10% of all world trade has already been affected by brand piracy.
But counterfeiters not only stretch their dirty fingers into the coffers of legal producers or tax authorities, counterfeits can also threaten people’s lives and health. Counterfeit medicines with false or missing active ingredients, fake cigarettes soiled with additional ingredients that are harmful to health, fake toys with highly harmful softeners – these are just a few examples that show how extremely dangerous counterfeits can be.
Over the years ARROWS CONSULTING has developed unique strategies to fight against counterfeiting.
In contrast to many competitors, we use a holistic approach, which gives us the opportunity to recognize structures and patterns in global market behavior. In this way, we can recognize complex structures that are used to market counterfeit goods. We act on all significant levels, the digital and real market, within criminal structures and also at the overlapping area between legal and illegal market activities. We use the latest technologies, e.g. in forensic analysis, and the mathematical structuring of large amounts of data (data mining).
The great wealth of experience of our investigators and employees and the ability to make structural predictions enables us to penetrate even large and well-organized criminal counterfeiting structures.
Together with us, Insiders Corp in Paris has quietly reshaped the industry by developing and implementing the first global, mass, semi-automated N&TD system. This system is operated by a teams of experts and does not require additional participation from clients.
ARROWS CONSULTING actively supports the efforts of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) and other national and international authorities.
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The Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy is a process established by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) for the resolution of disputes regarding the registration of internet domain names.
The Uniform Rapid Suspension System is a rights protection mechanism that complements the existing Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) by offering a lower-cost, faster path to relief for rights holders experiencing the most clear-cut cases of infringement.
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