INDIANAPOLIS— As Valentine’s Day approaches, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) warns consumers to make sure they’re getting their loved ones the real deal instead of knock-off goods. From January 26-31, CBP officers in Indianapolis seized three shipments containing a total of 207 pieces of counterfeit designer merchandise. If the items—which all originated in the Philippines—had been genuine, it would have been worth a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $264,285. On January 26, CBP officers detained two shipments heading to a residence in Pennsylvania. Officers inspected the parcels to determine the admissibility of its contents in accordance with CBP
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