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Credit Cards With Fraud-Fighting Chips To Become The Norm This WeekCredit and debit cards equipped with new microchips will become the industry standard starting Thursday, making way for a more secure purchasing process expected to reduce counterfeiting, according to a Los Angeles Times report.
Downtown Merchant Hit With $3.9M Judgment For Selling Counterfeit GoodsThe city of Los Angeles has won a $3.9 million judgment and permanent injunction against a downtown merchant for the sale of counterfeit jewelry, apparel and handbags, the largest judgment secured by the city in a counterfeiting case.
Man, 32, Arrested For Alleged Counterfeit BillsA man suspected of passing more than $300,000 in counterfeit $100 bills was arrested thanks to a multi-agency law enforcement effort.
Counterfeit Software Sting Leads To Arrest In Long BeachInvestigators Wednesday arrested a man accused of trying to sell counterfeit software during a sting at a Long Beach coffee shop.

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