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Martial Art Fraud respects the rights of intellectual property owners and will voluntarily respond to  legitimate requests from trademark owners and copyright owners when warranted.

Martial Art Fraud also supports the rights of consumers to be free from deception and fraud perpetrated by those who infringe trademarks and the trademark owner's public identity (their trademark), their reputation and the substantial goodwill associated with their trademark and those who employ counterfeit trademarks in relation to products or services in order to attract, confuse, deceive and defraud consumers.

Martial Arts Fraud's website provides information intended to help you proactively 1) recognize and identify circumstances with a high potential for you to become a victim of fraud, 2) verify factual evidence of fraud and 3) report evidence of fraud to appropriate agencies and authorities. Disclaimer 


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