Unauthorized Sales & Counterfeit Enforcement
We are an online enforcement and policing agency that provides permanent solutions to stopping brand and price erosion caused by unauthorized and counterfeit sellers.
WHAT SEPARATES US FROM EVERYONE ELSE
“E-Enforce is like the DEA of ecommerce enforcement. They find out your real identity and then have the proper legal backing to make you stop selling the brands products.”
A Top Ranked Amazon Seller
E-Enforce™ engineers and programmers have developed proprietary enforcment tools and technology that enables our policing & enforcment teams to track every movement of a sellers activity including, identity, name changes, black-hat tricks, rogue ASIN’s, fake reviews and enforcment compliance.
EXPOSE REAL IDENTITY OF ILLEGAL SELLERS
As an international licensed investigation & enforcement agency, we have a long history of policing and tracking down internet criminals. Our licensed investigators and former law enforcement professionals can obtain the real identity, address and social security number of unauthorized sellers for legal use.
PERMANENT REMOVAL OF SELLERS
E-Enforce employs a suite of enforcment tools, tactics, and specialists to specifically target the unauthorized sellers and counterfeiters that are the most problematic for a brand. We help brands stop whack-a-mole and gain permanent control over their market channel.
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT CONSULTANTS
Our battle hardened enforcement professionals are often asked to provide consulting to the brand’s legal team on both unauthorized and counterfeit strategies. We have developed a library of best practices, sample agreements and enforcment experience that can often save you thousands of dollars.
- Since 2010 worked internationally with Fortune 500 brands, high profile cases and top law firms
- Owners include former law enforcement investigators
- Members of FBI infraguard and Secret Service Financial Crimes Task Force
- Licensed PI agency with internal team of licensed cyber investigators
- Professional team of programmers and engineering staff dedicated to the development of state-of-the-art enforcement and identification tools
NO RISK, NO COST ASSESSMENT
Our relationship with brands start the same way every time by first assessing your true needs. E-Enforce will run a no cost, snapshot of the seller environment for your brand and then show you the most effective strategies to solve your “unauthorized” and “counterfeit” issues. E-Enforce works hard to create customized affordable solutions for both small and large brands. Click the link below and get a free consultation with one of or experts today.
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