PLEASE Help Us Combat Counterfeit Stampin’ Up! Products
Our entire Stampin’ Up! family is negatively impacted when Stampin’ Up!’s artwork and products, (our intellectual property), are illegally reproduced and sold. Infringement and theft of our intellectual property has increased rapidly the last few years, and counterfeit methods continue to become more brazen and sophisticated.
We will continue to protect the Stampin’ Up! brand and our products as a critical priority and have significantly increased our efforts to identify counterfeit products sold online. We are monitoring large sales platforms such as AliExpress/Alibaba, Wish, Amazon, eBay, Google, Etsy, Ricardo, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest and we will file requests to remove counterfeit products as they are listed. We will continue to evaluate how to best combat this ever-evolving and perpetual issue, including legal action. Unfortunately, no singular action exists to stop all counterfeiting. It’s a daily effort that’s time consuming, complex, expensive, and despite every effort, we are sometimes unsuccessful. This problem isn’t unique to Stampin’ Up!, and pursuing counterfeiters across international borders is particularly difficult, but we will keep fighting!
You can help us combat counterfeiting you see by sending an email to Infringements@stampinup.com with the following information:
- A link to the webpage where counterfeit products are shown or listed (direct links are preferred over screenshots)
- Name of the stamp set/product (if known)
- Any other relevant details
Please note: The email address above is dedicated strictly to counterfeit product reporting; all other general or compliance inquiries should continue to be sent to Demonstrator Support.
Thanks for your support as we work to protect Stampin’ Up!’s intellectual property.
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