Fake Disney pins has been an ongoing issue but they can’t trip up the U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials in Indianapolis. They just confiscated $30,000 worth of pins according to Fox 26 News.
The shipper tried to move the pins across the border but officials noticed something wrong.
“Officers noticed the pins were inferior to the authentic product & seized these pins once they were determined to be counterfeit.”
I have to wonder if someone was a Disney pin fan to notice. Or they were of such terrible quality it raised eyebrows. Usually, unless you know what to look for, they aren’t all that easy to spot.
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Source: Fox 26 News,
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