Kasie Brill, is Senior Director of Brand Protection at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Innovation Policy Center. Counterfeit merchandise means more than getting ripped-off by $25 Rolexes and knock-off designer purses. It can mean lead in your kids’ toys. It can mean mercury in your make-up. It can mean unwittingly funding terrorist groups. That’s why the US Chamber of Commerce is alerting consumers to watch out for Christmas shopping scams, and we have three great guests to help your listeners and their families stay safe this shopping season.
December 7, 2017