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  • Remanufactured or Refurbished Cell Phone Importing – What Should You Know? – Part II

    In the past we wrote an article about importing remanufactured or refurbished cellular phones here.  Based on frequent phone calls pertaining to this issue there is some additional information for importers of such products to know.  Best to explain with the following fact pattern: A U.S. company exports broken Apple and Samsung phones to a China factory for repairs.  The phones may have various issues including failed battery, cracked screens, scratched or damaged housing i.e. backplate and front plate of the phone, or defective camera.  These phones are then repaired[...]

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  • Hoverboards On Fire This Holiday Season – Literally

        This past holiday season hoverboards have been one of the most popular items this past holiday season.  As a result, we have received numerous phone calls regarding U.S. Customs and Border Protection ("CBP" or "Customs") intense examinations of these products.  The reason being is that there have been cases where these hoverboards burst into flames due to counterfeit batteries being used to power them. See here http://nypost.com/2015/12/30/hoverboard-bursts-into-flames-inside-a-brooklyn-apartment/. This led to intervention by the Consumer Product Safety Commission ("CPSC"), the federal agency regulating the safety of consumer products nationwide.[...]

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  • Remanufactured or Refurbished Cell Phone Importing – What Should You Know?

    There is a big market for used cell phones around the world.  Accordingly, we come into contact with many entrepreneurs who are involved in the secondary cell phone market.  As a result, we have handled many cases involving refurbished or remanufactured cell phones. Your typical fact pattern involves a U.S. company that would export broken cell phones to a refurbishing center in a foreign country. Depending on the nature of repair, the cell phones would undergo a thorough repairing process before they are considered to be back in good working order.[...]

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  • Notice of Seizure and Information to Claimants Form AF

    Have you received a letter from Customs that looks like this http://twitpic.com/9j9rll ? U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the agency responsible for protecting our borders. Accordingly, Customs officials at seaports, airports, and other border crossings all over the U.S. have the authority to examine, detain, and/or seize merchandise entering or exiting the country. More often than not, importers and exporters are surprised and intimidated when they find out that the government has intervened in their business. As a result, it is best to provide my readers some basic knowledge in an[...]

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