MCI Detected the Suppliers of the Counterfeit Internet Cables in Riyadh

08 Mar 2015
Fraud and Counterfeiting were spotted by Replacing “Made in China" to "Australia"
MCI Inspectors detected those involved in supplying counterfeit cables, where large quantities had been seized in a warehouse in Al-Shifa Quarter, south of Riyadh, containing counterfeit   Net Cable "Ssta Max" manufactured in China, the country of origin had been forged to  “Australia". All the quantities had been confiscated and those involved were summoned for investigation and taking the legal procedures against them.

The details go back when MCI announced earlier raiding a warehouse storing cables used for internet, made in China, but the country of origin was being forged to “Australia”, after the necessary investigation, in cooperation and coordination with the joint security campaigns, the supplier and the storing site had been discovered , which was managed by an Arab expatriate . 

The confiscated quantities included 150 thousand meters of Internet cables bearing the brand "Ssta Max" distributed within 500 "cartons" after forging the country of origin, in order to be sold and marketed to consumers by misleading them that they are original. 

MCI confirms that it will continue its control and inspection work in all regions of the Kingdom, to ensure absence of fraud or adulteration practices on consumers, to respond to notification and to implement the Rules and   Regulation.
MCI calls on all consumers to report their complaints and observations to the Notification Center through the toll-free number 1900.
Last Modified 25 Dec 2018