Cricklewood trader admits selling £170k worth of fake Sennheiser headphones on Amazon

Anton Dyleuski sold fakeSennheiser headphones like these from his home in Cricklewood (Pic credit: B

Anton Dyleuski sold fakeSennheiser headphones like these from his home in Cricklewood (Pic credit: Brent Council) - Credit: Archant

An online trader in Cricklewood has admitted selling £170,000 worth of fake Sennheiser headphones on Amazon to unsuspecting buyers.

Anton Dyleuski sold fakeSennheiser headphones like these from his home in Cricklewood (Pic credit: B

Anton Dyleuski sold fakeSennheiser headphones like these from his home in Cricklewood (Pic credit: Brent Council) - Credit: Archant

Anton Dyleuski, 31, of Sidmouth Road, sold his counterfeit stock through the online retailer via his company, Shakespeare Travel Ltd, which traded as Prime Electronics.

Harrow Crown Court heard he sold 7,312 headphones, which he had sourced from suppliers in China, at £20 below the RRP between 2011 and 2013.

He admitted three trade mark offences and was sentenced to 44 weeks in jail suspended for two years and 200 hours of community service of unpaid work.

Dyleuski also faces a confiscation hearing on July 17 where the courts could seize his assets.


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