Goods by deception: Toymaster cautions suppliers

Published on: 19th October 2012

Toymaster advises suppliers to be vigilant following suspicious reports.

Following on from newsletters sent to suppliers for the past three years, Toymaster has been informed by Casdon that there appears to be someone trying to order goods posing as a toy retailer to be picked up directly from the supplier.

Toymaster advises that all suppliers be vigilant: it is not normal practice for orders to be picked up directly. Any orders that seem suspicious should be checked with the store that has ordered them.


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