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Protecting consumers and empowering brands

Counterfeiting is the practice of manufacturing goods, often of inferior quality, and selling them under a brand name without the brand owner's authorization. Generally, counterfeit goods are sold under a trademark that is identical to or substantially indistinguishable from the brand owner's trademark for the same goods, without the approval or oversight of the trademark owner. Many well-known brands, spanning various industries, are victims of counterfeiting.

We at UPITag believe that including consumers in counterfeit fighting campaign is the key to make the campaign a success. And giving consumers an opportunity to verify products before buying is the first step to it. UPITAG gives an opportunity to the consumers to verify authenticity of a product before even buying the product.

If your products are selling, distributing or retailing anywhere outside your city/town, chances are that someone is already making and selling counterfeits of your products. In the world of counterfeit currencies; producing specialty labels or other methods of securing your product is not sufficient to deter counterfeiters. This is because if the counterfeiters are able to spend as much as the Government to print currency, counterfeiter making your products will certainly be able to reproduce any secure label or tag.

Counterfeiters can certainly reproduce the UPITag but cannot reproduce the underlying data and hence will fail.

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